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    Default Brasero disc copy: where do I get /usr/bin/toc2cue?

    I'm trying to make an exact copy of an audio CD in Brasero. It says I need /usr/bin/toc2cue. Is there a repo I need to load?

    And also, how do I find sources of missing plugins for various software? I googled "toc2cue" and nothing productive came up. Is there a magic database somewhere that can tell me how to find plugins?

    Thanks in advance.

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    Default AW: Brasero disc copy: where do I get /usr/bin/toc2cue?

    install cdrdao and it should work.

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    Default Re: AW: Brasero disc copy: where do I get /usr/bin/toc2cue?

    Thanks, kaiserhg. I installed cdrdao, but now neither it nor Brasero will copy. Brasero still asks for additional files, but it won't list which files I need. I wonder if this is all because I updated to 11.3, instead of doing a clean install.

    If you have any more suggestions, I'd be grateful. Thanks!

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    Default AW: Re: AW: Brasero disc copy: where do I get /usr/bin/toc2cue?

    Start Brasero from a shell. (open xterm or similar, type in brasero and press Enter)
    May be you get some information in the xterm windows. Just copy and paste it here.

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    Default Re: AW: Re: AW: Brasero disc copy: where do I get /usr/bin/toc2cue?

    When I run it from the shell, the GUI pops up as usual. I choose "Disc copy" and get the message, "All required applications and libraries are not installed. Please install the following manually and try again." But there's nothing listed. I close Brasero and get no output in the terminal. Just goes back to the prompt.

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    Default Re: Brasero disc copy: where do I get /usr/bin/toc2cue?

    On 2010-08-09 06:36, xpacker wrote:
    >
    > When I run it from the shell, the GUI pops up as usual. I choose "Disc
    > copy" and get the message, "All required applications and libraries are
    > not installed. Please install the following manually and try again." I
    > close Brasero and get no output in the terminal. Just goes back to the
    > prompt.


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    Default Re: AW: Re: AW: Brasero disc copy: where do I get /usr/bin/toc2cue?

    Thanks so much, caf4926. Very helpful and easy to follow. Much appreciated.

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