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View File cdaudio-device.patch of Package xmms (Project home:donharter:home:FreeCAD)

--- Input/cdaudio/cdaudio.c
+++ Input/cdaudio/cdaudio.c
@@ -78,7 +78,7 @@
 #   define CDDA_DIRECTORY "/cdrom/cdrom0"
 #  endif
 # else
-#   define CDDA_DIRECTORY "/mnt/cdrom"
+#   define CDDA_DIRECTORY "/media/xmms_audio_cd"
 # endif
 #endif
 
--- README
+++ README
@@ -629,9 +629,9 @@
 	Directory
 		This is where XMMS will "hijack" the filerequester and present
 		the content of the CD. On my system I have it set to
-		/mnt/cdrom, but if you're using some sort of automounter or
+		/media/cdrom, but if you're using some sort of automounter or
 		simmilar I suggest you change it to something like
-		/mnt/audio_cd and make sure the directory exists.
+		/media/audio_cd and make sure the directory exists.
 
 Play mode:
 	Analog
@@ -710,7 +710,7 @@
 
 Now to add your CDROM tracks to the playlist. Insert an audio cd into the
 CDROM drive and press the Eject button. Go to the directory which you defined
-earlier ( /mnt/cdrom ) and you should see a list of tracks. They will be named
+earlier ( /media/cdrom ) and you should see a list of tracks. They will be named
 Track XX.cda, select the tracks you want to play and press OK. If you had
 choosed an Internet database and the CD exists in it, XMMS will now display
 the tracks you have chosen with their names according to the 'Name format'