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@(#)README	6.161 99/03/23

README
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Xmcd is a full-featured CD Player utility package including xmcd, a
CD Player for the X window system using the Motif graphical user
interface; and cda, a command-line driven, text mode CD Player which
also features a curses-based, screen-oriented mode. Both utilities
transform your CD-ROM, CD-R or CD-RW drive into a stereo CD player,
allowing you to play audio CDs on your computer.

The following is a summary of xmcd/cda documentation files.  Please
read these before installing and using the software.

Many of these files refer to the XMCDLIB directory, which is the
directory under which all the xmcd/cda support files are installed.
This is configured when you install the xmcd package.

The documentation files are located in the docs_d subdirectory in the
xmcd source code distribution, and are copied to the XMCDLIB/docs
directory during installation.

README		This file
INSTALL		Source code compilation and installation instructions (*)
INSTALL.VMS	Special instructions for the OpenVMS platform (*)
FEATURES	Software features
RELNOTES	Release Notes
PLATFORM	Supported platforms and platform-specific notes
DRIVES		Supported CD-ROM/CD-R/CD-RW drives and drive-specific notes
CDDB		Internet CD Database
WEB		Web-related information
FAQ		Frequently Asked Questions, and answers
CHANGES		Revision log
COPYING		GNU General Public License (for xmcd and cda in general) (*)
COPYING.LIB	GNU Library General Public License (for libdi_d files) (*)
PORTING		Porting xmcd to other platforms (*)
ACKS		Acknowledgements

You can view these files directly, or use the xmcd's help system.
The files denoted with (*) are included only in the source code
distribution of xmcd.

After installation, you can use the man(1) or xman(1) command to read
the on-line manual entry for xmcd(1), cda(1), cddbcmd(1), dp2xmcd(1)
and wm2xmcd(1).

This distribution is released as free software under the GNU General
Public License, except the sources under the libdi_d subdirectory,
which are under the GNU Library General Public License.  Please see
the COPYING and COPYING.LIB files for details.