I used k3b to copy the image of an audio cd.
It produced files like
and it also produced a file simply with the title of the audio cd,
and without extensions and it is 803066400 bytes large.
$ file 'Into The Unknown'
Into The Unknown: data
The file is quite larger than the 704MB max (with overburn)
that a CD can hold. This file is 100MB larger than that.
So, how can I use this file? I was hoping it would be in
a format that could be used by any of the plethora of
media players in linux.
mplayer failed to open it.
On 06/30/2012 07:17 PM PM, Tom Horsley sayed:
> Every time I start firefox after recent updates, top
> shows it periodically taking up to 50% of the CPU
> even if I'm just looking at a simple page of plain
> html (no scripts, not even any images) on my local
> web server.
> This is ff 13.0.1 on x86_64 fedora 17.
> Any clues? Anyone see anything similar?
Basically the same thing here -- FF 13.0.1 on fedora core 17 x86_64 --
except that CPU usage isn't maxxing at 50%; it sometimes climbs a bit
Haven't started my i686 machine to see whether the same behavior