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Using the GNOME CD Player

The GNOME CD Player will be available to you in the Main Menu in the Audio menu and can also be invoked in the command line with $gtcd.

Figure 13-1. The GNOME CD Player

IMPORTANT: You must have the correct access to your CDROM drive for this application to be successful. If you have the root password type the following in a terminal window.
      $ su 
      $ Password: [type  in root password] 
      $ chmod a+r /dev/cdrom
      $ exit

If your CDROM is located somewhere other than /dev/cdrom make sure you change it in the commands above.

The GNOME CD Player works like any CD Player with common buttons such as Play, Stop, Pause, etc. Plus a track selector button which displays the track titles in a drop down menu. You have access to change various properties as well by pressing the Preferences button. This will bring up the GNOME CD Player Preferences dialog.

There are three tabs in the GNOME CD Player Preferences, Preferences, Keybindings, and CDDB Settings.

Figure 13-2. The GNOME CD Player Properties

Another feature in the GNOME CD Player is the Track Editor. The track editor can be launched by the Track Editor button on the main GNOME CD Player window. The Track Editor allows you to edit the CD track information in case it is incorrect or there was no CDDB entry for your CD. You may also check the status of the CDDB information by pressing the CDDB Status button at the bottom of the Track Editor. This will show you what messages, if any, were returned from the CDDB server.

Figure 13-3. The GNOME CD Player Track Editor