CDfs is a virtual
Linux file systemthat provides access to individual data and audio tracks on compact discs. A compact disc mounted with the "CDfs" driver appears as a collection of files, each representing a single track. It supports the following track types:
* Red Book audio: Appears as a
WAVfile; reading from it will start CDDAripping.
* White Book video: Appears as a playable
MPEG-1file containing audio and video streams.
* Yellow Book data:
** Apple HFS: Appears as a mountable HFS file system image (sans partition table).
ISO 9660: Each session appears as a mountable ISO imagefile.
** El Torito boot
In Plan 9, cdfs, is a
9Puser-space server that operates similarly, presenting a compact disc as a directory of numbered files corresponding to disc tracks. Plan 9 cdfs, however, additionally allows disc recording.
* [http://www.elis.rug.ac.be/~ronsse/cdfs/download CDfs patches]
* Plan 9 [http://plan9.bell-labs.com/magic/man2html?man=cdfs§=4 cdfs manual page]
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