Importing CDs in banshee leads to: cdda_identify failed - Suse

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  1. Importing CDs in banshee leads to: cdda_identify failed

    Hello,
    I've recently switched from Suse 9.0 to 10.3. Playing CDs with banshee
    works fine, but when I try to import CDs with banshee I get the
    following error:
    Could not open CD device for reading.: gstcdparanoiasrc.c (240):
    gst_cd_paranoia_src_open ():/pipeline/cdparanoia:cdda_identity failed

    When I call cdparanoia directly (cdparanoia -vsQ), cdparanoia shows
    the Table of Contents of a CD like e.g.:

    cdparanoia III release 9.8 (March 23, 2001)
    (C) 2001 Monty and Xiphophorus

    Report bugs to paranoia@xiph.org
    http://www.xiph.org/paranoia/

    Checking /dev/cdrom for cdrom...

    CDROM model sensed sensed: HL-DT-ST DVD-ROM GDR-H30N 1.00

    Checking for SCSI emulation...
    Drive is ATAPI (using SCSI host adaptor emulation)

    Checking for MMC style command set...
    Drive is MMC style
    Verifying CDDA command set...
    Expected command set reads OK.

    Table of contents (audio tracks only):
    track length begin copy pre ch
    ================================================== =========
    1. 16545 [03:40.45] 0 [00:00.00] no no 2
    2. 14972 [03:19.47] 16545 [03:40.45] no no 2
    3. 21105 [04:41.30] 31517 [07:00.17] no no 2
    4. 13948 [03:05.73] 52622 [11:41.47] no no 2
    5. 22907 [05:05.32] 66570 [14:47.45] no no 2
    6. 16093 [03:34.43] 89477 [19:53.02] no no 2
    7. 22085 [04:54.35] 105570 [23:27.45] no no 2
    8. 21695 [04:49.20] 127655 [28:22.05] no no 2
    9. 26227 [05:49.52] 149350 [33:11.25] no no 2
    10. 37398 [08:18.48] 175577 [39:01.02] no no 2
    11. 14100 [03:08.00] 212975 [47:19.50] no no 2
    TOTAL 227075 [50:27.50] (audio only)

    I'm at a loss and I would appreciate any hints how to solve this problem.

    Thanks
    Klaus


  2. Re: Importing CDs in banshee leads to: cdda_identify failed

    Klaus Zeitler wrote:
    > Hello,
    > I've recently switched from Suse 9.0 to 10.3. Playing CDs with banshee
    > works fine, but when I try to import CDs with banshee I get the
    > following error:
    > Could not open CD device for reading.: gstcdparanoiasrc.c (240):
    > gst_cd_paranoia_src_open ():/pipeline/cdparanoia:cdda_identity failed
    >
    > When I call cdparanoia directly (cdparanoia -vsQ), cdparanoia shows
    > the Table of Contents of a CD like e.g.:
    >
    > cdparanoia III release 9.8 (March 23, 2001)
    > (C) 2001 Monty and Xiphophorus
    >
    > Report bugs to paranoia@xiph.org
    > http://www.xiph.org/paranoia/
    >
    > Checking /dev/cdrom for cdrom...
    >
    > CDROM model sensed sensed: HL-DT-ST DVD-ROM GDR-H30N 1.00
    >
    > Checking for SCSI emulation...
    > Drive is ATAPI (using SCSI host adaptor emulation)
    >
    > Checking for MMC style command set...
    > Drive is MMC style
    > Verifying CDDA command set...
    > Expected command set reads OK.
    >
    > Table of contents (audio tracks only):
    > track length begin copy pre ch
    > ================================================== =========
    > 1. 16545 [03:40.45] 0 [00:00.00] no no 2
    > 2. 14972 [03:19.47] 16545 [03:40.45] no no 2
    > 3. 21105 [04:41.30] 31517 [07:00.17] no no 2
    > 4. 13948 [03:05.73] 52622 [11:41.47] no no 2
    > 5. 22907 [05:05.32] 66570 [14:47.45] no no 2
    > 6. 16093 [03:34.43] 89477 [19:53.02] no no 2
    > 7. 22085 [04:54.35] 105570 [23:27.45] no no 2
    > 8. 21695 [04:49.20] 127655 [28:22.05] no no 2
    > 9. 26227 [05:49.52] 149350 [33:11.25] no no 2
    > 10. 37398 [08:18.48] 175577 [39:01.02] no no 2
    > 11. 14100 [03:08.00] 212975 [47:19.50] no no 2
    > TOTAL 227075 [50:27.50] (audio only)
    >
    > I'm at a loss and I would appreciate any hints how to solve this problem.
    >
    > Thanks
    > Klaus
    >


    Are you playing the CDs while importing them? This can cause problems.
    Also try updating to 0.13.2.


    jc

  3. Re: Importing CDs in banshee leads to: cdda_identify failed

    >>>>> "espresso" == espresso writes:
    espresso>
    espresso> Are you playing the CDs while importing them? This can cause
    espresso> problems.

    If banshee's playing the CD when I press the import button, then I see
    sometimes the same error or banshee stalls.
    Gnome starts banshee with:
    banshee /usr/lib/banshee/banshee.exe --play --audio-cd %d
    (%d is replaced by /dev/sr1)

    And to my amazement it works when I leave away either "--play" or
    "--audio-cd".

    I've now started banshee in an xterm and this shows a lot more:

    [1006]$ banshee /usr/lib/banshee/banshee.exe --play --audio-cd /dev/sr1
    Warning: [4/10/2008 9:29:19 PM] (Cannot connect to NetworkManager) - An availabl
    e, working network connection will be assumed
    Debug: [4/10/2008 9:29:19 PM] (Loading audio profiles) - /usr/share/banshee/audi
    o-profiles
    Debug: [4/10/2008 9:29:19 PM] (Default player engine) - GStreamer 0.10
    Debug: [4/10/2008 9:29:19 PM] (Audio CD Core Initialized) -
    Setting MusicBrainz proxy to www.musicbrainz.org:80
    Debug: [4/10/2008 9:29:20 PM] (Testing device for DAP support) - /org/freedeskto
    p/Hal/devices/volume_uuid_1fb8a99f_9c22_430d_b1ca_bb4ce28e378d
    Debug: [4/10/2008 9:29:20 PM] (DAP has not been added) - /org/freedesktop/Hal/de
    vices/volume_uuid_1fb8a99f_9c22_430d_b1ca_bb4ce28e378d
    Debug: [4/10/2008 9:29:20 PM] (Testing device for DAP support) - /org/freedeskto
    p/Hal/devices/volume_uuid_2cf783a8_75c9_46c7_85dc_fa5e721ce86d
    Debug: [4/10/2008 9:29:20 PM] (DAP has not been added) - /org/freedesktop/Hal/de
    vices/volume_uuid_2cf783a8_75c9_46c7_85dc_fa5e721ce86d
    Warning: [4/10/2008 9:29:20 PM] (Power Management Call Failed) - Cannot find GNO
    ME Power Manager: Name org.gnome.PowerManager has no owner
    Debug: [4/10/2008 9:29:20 PM] (Enabled multimedia keys support) - Using org.gnom
    e.SettingsDaemon
    Setting IO Backend to Banshee.IO.Unix.IOConfig (unix)
    Could not load: /usr/lib/banshee/banshee.exe (taglib/exe)
    Debug: [4/10/2008 9:29:33 PM] (Ripping CD and Encoding with Pipeline) - audiocon
    vert ! flacenc
    Debug: [4/10/2008 9:29:33 PM] (CD Error-correction enabled) - using full paranoi
    a mode (255)
    Warning: [4/10/2008 9:29:33 PM] (Could not unlock CD-ROM drive) - /dev/sr1
    Error: [4/10/2008 9:29:33 PM] (Cannot Import CD) - Could not open CD device for
    reading.: gstcdparanoiasrc.c(240): gst_cd_paranoia_src_open (): /pipeline/cddasr
    c:
    cdda_identify failed


    espresso> Also try updating to 0.13.2.

    Will try this over the weekend.

    Klaus

  4. Re: Importing CDs in banshee leads to: cdda_identify failed

    >>>>> "espresso" == espresso writes:
    espresso>
    espresso> Also try updating to 0.13.2.

    While looking for the version you suggested, I found version 0.98.3 and
    installed it (with one-click-install for OpenSuse 10.3). My original problem
    is now gone, but alas there's a new one:
    Banshee complains now: Could not fetch metadata for CD
    I see the following output from banshee:

    [1015]$ banshee-1 --play --audio-cd /dev/sr1 &
    [1016]$ [Info 00:24:01.614] Querying MusicBrainz for Disc Release (VijY3pl4ElONCJGf.CxQxb0HC0Y-)
    [Warn 00:24:01.833] Cannot connect to NetworkManager - An available, working network connection will be assumed
    [Info 00:24:01.976] All services are started 1.625319s
    [Info 00:24:02.210] Query finished (success: False, 0.599771 seconds)
    ** (Nereid:21934): DEBUG: bp_cdda: storing device node for fast seeks (/dev/sr1)
    ** (Nereid:21934): DEBUG: bp_cdda: setting device property on source (/dev/sr1)


    But the original banshee (which is still there) is able to fetch the metadata.
    Here I see a lot more output:

    [1016]$ banshee --play --audio-cd /dev/sr1 &
    [1] 21960
    [1017]$ Warning: [4/12/2008 12:26:50 AM] (Cannot connect to NetworkManager) - An available, working network connection will be assumed
    Debug: [4/12/2008 12:26:50 AM] (Loading audio profiles) - /usr/share/banshee/audio-profiles
    Debug: [4/12/2008 12:26:50 AM] (Default player engine) - GStreamer 0.10
    Debug: [4/12/2008 12:26:50 AM] (Audio CD Core Initialized) -
    Setting MusicBrainz proxy to www.musicbrainz.org:80
    Debug: [4/12/2008 12:26:50 AM] (Testing device for DAP support) - /org/freedesktop/Hal/devices/volume_uuid_1fb8a99f_9c22_430d_b1ca_bb4ce28e378d
    Debug: [4/12/2008 12:26:50 AM] (DAP has not been added) - /org/freedesktop/Hal/devices/volume_uuid_1fb8a99f_9c22_430d_b1ca_bb4ce28e378d
    Debug: [4/12/2008 12:26:51 AM] (Testing device for DAP support) - /org/freedesktop/Hal/devices/volume_uuid_2cf783a8_75c9_46c7_85dc_fa5e721ce86d
    Debug: [4/12/2008 12:26:51 AM] (DAP has not been added) - /org/freedesktop/Hal/devices/volume_uuid_2cf783a8_75c9_46c7_85dc_fa5e721ce86d
    Warning: [4/12/2008 12:26:51 AM] (Power Management Call Failed) - Cannot find GNOME Power Manager: Name org.gnome.PowerManager has no owner
    Debug: [4/12/2008 12:26:51 AM] (Enabled multimedia keys support) - Using org.gnome.SettingsDaemon

    So what now?
    Maybe it would have been better to install 0.13.2 instead of 0.98.3.

    Klaus


  5. Re: Importing CDs in banshee leads to: cdda_identify failed

    Klaus Zeitler wrote:

    > Maybe it would have been better to install 0.13.2 instead of 0.98.3.
    >
    > Klaus
    >


    0.98 is in heavy development. You can install them both side-by-side
    though. run 0.13 as "banshee" and 0.98 as "banshee-1".


    jc

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