Graphical tool for playing audio CDs on a CD-ROM drive.
WorkMan can play and control audio CDs from a comfortable
OpenLook interface. It has most of the features available on
standalone CD players. It can store information about CDs in
a database and extract this information automatically when the
CD is inserted later.
ABOUT THIS RELEASE
As I didn't want to wait any longer - here you are. Because of my
limited resources, this version of WorkMan is 'release quality'
for the following Operating Environments only:
*) Linux. Any setup with Kernel 1.2 or better as well as libc5 or
better should suffice.
*) Solaris. Any release should do. You may also be interested in
WorkMan's Solaris bin
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<title>WorkMan - FAQ</title>
<H1>Frequently Asked Questions</H1>
These are some of the most frequent questions I get in my mailbox. As a
special bonus, there are even answers here!
<li> <a href="#version">Do I have the latest version?</a>
<li> <a href="#speaker">Wh
workman - play audio compact discs
workman [ generic-tool-arguments ] [ -bCdehnovX ] [ -c device
] [ -D file ] [ -f N ] [ -l n ] [ -p pidfile ] [ -s cmd ] [
-V n ]
workman is a graphical tool for playing audio compact discs
on a Unix/X11 system with a CD
<!-- $Id: changelog.html,v 1.11 1999/10/27 05:48:14 dirk Exp $ -->
workman (1.3.4-3) frozen; urgency=low
* Added some redundancy in ATAPI error handling (#53753)
This is the Debian GNU/Linux prepackaged version of WorkMan.
WorkMan was initially written by Steven
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