I have exactly the same problem/symptoms like several other users !
Here is a interesting report that has been made on Viaarena Linux forum by
Dam. This bring us useful information and better understanding of the
Thursday, February 06, 2003 9:56 PM
One more guy with the same problem. But I've got a kind of solution, but it
is not a good one.
Using cdda2wav, you can use the -n option to tell cdda2wav the number of
sector to read at a time.
I'm able to rip a cd using -n 1 . I can go up to -n 15 then it start hdc:
lost interrupt ... Problem is that
performance is not great at -n 1.
I once contacted the cdrdao author, Andreas, and talk with him about this
prog. I ended editing cdrdao sources
to try to reduce the number of sector read at a time to 1 (same as for
cdda2wav). Problem disappeared but
performance were unacceptable.
Also there is the option to not write the rip to a file (for debugging
purpose), using -N. Using that
option, I no more experience problem, but of course, I don't rip anything.
So it seemed to me that the problem is related to writing to a disk while
ripping. So I tried cdda2wav with -N and
at the same time launched a cp -R /usr/src/linux /tmp. Everything happened
correctly, slowly but without lost interrupts.
I think this is more of a kernel bug then a bios bug (why would it work
under windows ?). Searching lkml gives many
results with people with this problem, but no solutions.
I think we should start bother people on the lkml.
> I think we should start bother people on the lkml.
Well, this has just been done Dam :-)
Exactly the same behaviour here...
Could Linux Guru's help us ?
We have this problem for too long time...
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