CDDB DiscID utility
In order to do CDDB queries over the Internet, you must know the DiscID of
the CD you are querying. cd-discid provides you with that information. It
outputs the discid, the number of tracks, the frame offset of all of the
tracks, and the total length of the CD in seconds, on one line in
a space-delimited format. cd-discid was designed as a backend tool for
cdgrab (now abcde) but will work independently of it.
cd-discid is a backend utility to get CDDB discid information from a CD-ROM
disc. It was originally designed for cdgrab (now abcde), but can be used for
any purpose requiring CDDB data.
Using cd-discid is very simple. It accepts a command line parameter, the
device name of the CD-ROM drive to look up. For example:
$ cd-discid /dev/cdrom
7c0b8b0b 11 150 23115 42165 60015 79512
cd-discid - read CD and get CDDB discid information
cd-discid [--musicbrainz] [devicename]
In order to do CDDB queries over the Internet, you must know
the DiscID of the CD you are querying. cd-discid provides
you with that information. It outputs the discid,
cd-discid (1.3.1-1) unstable; urgency=low
* New upstream release:
- Fix FTBFS on Debian GNU/Hurd (i386). Closes: #647971.
- bump standards version to 22.214.171.124 (no changes needed);
- make lintian happy with the extended description;
- bump debhelper version to 9.
* debian/compat: bump debhelper's compatibility level to 9
due to hardening options.
* Cleanup Makefile.
-- Timur Birsh <firstname.lastname@example.org> 2012-06-26
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