Skip site navigation (1)Skip section navigation (2)

FreeBSD Manual Pages

  
 
  

home | help
cdplay(1)		    General Commands Manual		     cdplay(1)

NAME
       cdplay -	play CD's with nice interface on console

SYNOPIS
       cdplay [	-d device ] [ -h ]

DESCRIPTION
       cdplay plays audio cd's with a comfortable console user interface.

OPTIONS
       -d device
	      Uses  device instead of /dev/rcd0a which it uses by default (un-
	      less defined otherwise while compiling).

       -h     Display a	brief help message.

KEYS
       Note that all these are case sensitive!

       'p'    Play. Start playing cd. If cd is on pause	continues.

       's'    Stop. Stops cd and sets current track to 1.

       Space  Pause. If	cd is already on pause continues.

       'P'    Pause (or	unpause) abruptly.

       'e'    Eject. Spits the disc out	of your	drive.

       'r'    Rewind. Move backwards in	a track.

       'f'    Fast forward. Move forward is a track.

       'R'    Skip back. Skip to previous track.

       'F'    Ship forward. Skip to next track.

       [num]  Skip to track [num]. NOTE! works only for	tracks from 1 to 10.

       'q'    Quit. Exit the program.

ENVIRONMENT
       CDROM  The cd device to use if one isn't	specified with the -d flag.

NOTES
       Currently tested	ONLY with FreeBSD and NetBSD. Written for FreeBSD  and
       some  features  may  not	work with NetBSD, OpenBSD or BSDi. Don't think
       it'll work with linux or	some SYSV Unix's.

BUGS
       Yes, I know that	it doesn't work	with your old SCSI drive.

AUTHOR
       Copyright (C) 1997 Antti	Kaipila	<anttik@iki.fi>
       All rights reserved. For	more information, refer	to the file  COPYRIGHT
       enclosed	with the sources.

       Internet	references:
       ftp://ftp.one.sci.fi/pub/cdplay/

				  8 Nov	1997			     cdplay(1)

NAME | SYNOPIS | DESCRIPTION | OPTIONS | KEYS | ENVIRONMENT | NOTES | BUGS | AUTHOR

Want to link to this manual page? Use this URL:
<https://www.freebsd.org/cgi/man.cgi?query=cdplay&sektion=1&manpath=FreeBSD+12.1-RELEASE+and+Ports>

home | help