+ XXXX@XXXXX.COM (Gerhard Torges, geb. Hscher):
| Audio CDs contain tracks, not files.
| Audio CDs have no file system on them.
Actually they may, though it is true that they usually don't (and
won't in the context of your post). As far as understand, each track
on the CD may be an audio track or a data track. The latter kind will
contain a filesystem. I have such a CD at home. If I remember
correctly (it's been a while since I looked), it's a CD with Il
Giardino Armonico which has some tourist information on Genoa (?) on
it. The music plays fine on my CD player, which does not try to play
the data track as music. But when I pop it into my Mac, the tourist
info appears on my desktop. The idea is great, though in this case I
find the music a lot more interesting.
* Harald Hanche-Olsen <URL: http://www.yqcomputer.com/
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than thinking does: but it deprives us of whatever chance there is
of getting closer to the truth. -- C.P. Snow