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cddbget(1) [debian man page]

CDDBGET(1)						      General Commands Manual							CDDBGET(1)

cddbget - gets CDDB info of a CD SYNOPSIS
cddbget [options] DESCRIPTION
The cddbget script can be used to get CDDB info of a CD. It can handle several output formats. OPTIONS
no argument gets CDDB info of CD in your drive -c device (other than default device) -o offline mode - just stores CD info -d output in xmcd format -s save in xmcd format -i db. one of: mysql, pg, oracle, sqlite -O overwrite file or db -t output toc -l output lame command -f http mode (e.g. through firewalls) -F some stateful firewalls/http proxies need additional newlines -g get CDDB info for stored CDs -I non interactive mode -H CDDB hostname -C use local cache -R readonly cache -G cache has not the diskid as filenames (much slower) -P cache path (default: /tmp/xmcd) -D put CDDB_get in debug mode SEE ALSO
CDDB_get(3pm). AUTHOR
CDDB_get was written by Armin Obersteiner <>. This manual page was written by Lucas Wall <>, for the Debian project (but may be used by others). March 1, 2005 CDDBGET(1)

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CD-INFO(1)							   User Commands							CD-INFO(1)

cd-info - shows Information about a CD or CD-image SYNOPSIS
-a, --access-mode=STRING Set CD access method -d, --debug=INT Set debugging to LEVEL -T, --no-tracks Don't show track information -A, --no-analyze Don't show filesystem analysis --no-cddb Don't look up audio CDDB information or print it -P, --cddb-port=INT CDDB port number to use (default 8880) -H, --cddb-http Lookup CDDB via HTTP proxy (default no proxy) --cddb-server=STRING CDDB server to contact for information (default: --cddb-cache=STRING Location of CDDB cache directory (default ~/.cddbclient) --cddb-email=STRING Email address to give CDDB server (default me@home) --no-cddb-cache Disable caching of CDDB entries locally (default caches) --cddb-timeout=INT CDDB timeout value in seconds (default 10 seconds) --no-device-info Don't show device info, just CD info --no-disc-mode Don't show disc-mode info --dvd Attempt to give DVD information if a DVD is found. -v, --no-vcd Don't look up Video CD information - for this build, this is always set -I, --no-ioctl Don't show ioctl() information -b, --bin-file[=FILE] set "bin" CD-ROM disk image file as source -c, --cue-file[=FILE] set "cue" CD-ROM disk image file as source -N, --nrg-file[=FILE] set Nero CD-ROM disk image file as source -t, --toc-file[=FILE] set cdrdao CD-ROM disk image file as source -i, --input[=FILE] set source and determine if "bin" image or device --iso9660 print directory contents of any ISO-9660 filesystems -C, --cdrom-device[=DEVICE] set CD-ROM device as source -l, --list-drives Give a list of CD-drives --no-header Don't display header and copyright (for regression testing) --no-joliet Don't use Joliet extensions --no-rock-ridge Don't use Rock-Ridge-extension information --no-xa Don't use XA-extension information -q, --quiet Don't produce warning output -V, --version display version and copyright information and exit Help options: -?, --help Show this help message --usage Display brief usage message AUTHOR
Rocky Bernstein, based on the cdinfo program by Gerd Knorr <> and Heiko Eissfeldt <> COPYRIGHT
Copyright (C) 2003-2005, 2007-2008, 2011-2013 R. Bernstein This is free software; see the source for copying conditions. There is NO warranty; not even for MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICU- LAR PURPOSE. Have driver: GNU/Linux ioctl and MMC driver Have driver: cdrdao (TOC) disk image driver Have driver: bin/cuesheet disk image driver Have driver: Nero NRG disk image driver Default CD-ROM device: /dev/sr0 SEE ALSO
cd-drive(1) for CD-ROM characteristics; iso-info(1) for information about an ISO-9660 image. cd-info December 2013 CD-INFO(1)

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