GNU/Linux Command – CDPLAY

cdplay, cdp — Program to Control & Play Audio CDs.
 
Summary :
 
cdplay is a text-mode program for controlling and playing audio CDs. cdp is same as cdplay. But it is an interactive program. It uses the NUM keypad as a control panel to allow you to move track to track, play, pause, stop, and resume playing of audio CDs.
 
Example:
$ cdp -- Start in interactive mode with text based user interface.  $ cdplay -- Start playing the Audio CD in the CD Drive.  $ cdplay play 6 -- Play the track number 6.  $ cdplay stop -- Stop it.  $ cdplay -l -- Slow start (Give some time for CD Drive to init).  $ cdplay table -- Show CD Contents.
 
Note: 1) Most of the command line options are same for cdplay and cdp.
2) If the Audio-Out of the CD Drive is not connected to sound card then, you have use the head-phone out of the CD Drive to hear the music.
 
Read: man cdp/cdplay

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