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Is there a way to get a callback when the audio cd reaches the end of the file, without having to canstantly check it?

I’m using the FSOUND_CD functions, since streaming doesn’t work with linux.

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I suspected as much, well different question then.

I haven’t tried the functions with linux, but well in linux a cd-rom drive is usually something like \mnt\cdrom or something like that at least.

the FSOUND_CD_Play(Drive: char; Track: integer) wants to have a character for the drive. since \mnt\cdrom doesn’t fit in a char, how would I go about that?

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Try passing 0 (zero) for the default CD-ROM drive.

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I’m sure 0 works for the default device, but I’d still need to be able to adress the other cdrom devices.

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No multiple drives in linux would be a pitty.
Isn’t it possible to just pass a foobar.cda filename to
FSOUND_Stream_Open to let a CD track play?

This way loading local stream files and CD tracks can be more unified.

Thanks

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