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    Default where is CD ripping in 11.4?

    I see that we don't have either KAudioCreator nor Grip in openSUSE 11.4? Why not? What cd-ripping tool is supported now?

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    Default Re: where is CD ripping in 11.4?

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    Default Re: where is CD ripping in 11.4?

    rcbell wrote:

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    > I see that we don't have either KAudioCreator nor Grip in openSUSE 11.4?
    > Why not? What cd-ripping tool is supported now?
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    >

    grip is in this repository
    http://download.opensuse.org/reposit.../openSUSE_11.4
    kaudiocreator is only available in home repositories from some users
    http://tinyurl.com/6knjtqf

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    On 04/26/2011 10:06 AM, rcbell wrote:
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    > I see that we don't have either KAudioCreator nor Grip in openSUSE 11.4?
    > Why not? What cd-ripping tool is supported now?


    Ran into the same thing the other day. I loaded asounder (asunder?)
    instead of grip. Worked fine but grip has more options/flexibility.

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    Default Re: where is CD ripping in 11.4?

    Try →soundKonverter - it's rather a converter (hence the name) but handles CDs as well. It has tons of options to finetune the rip, but also offers a different interface (via tabs) that shows only the most important ones. The maintainer HessiJames has his own SuSE-repo:

    Code:
    http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/home:/HessiJames/openSUSE_11.4/
    ...also available for Tumbleweed and Factory.

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    Default Re: where is CD ripping in 11.4?

    I'm using jRipper from "main_pm / openSUSE_11.2 http://packman.links2linux.de"

    Works ok in openSUSE11.4 + Tumbleweed.

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    You can download grip and build it yourself. Go to Grip | Free Audio & Video software downloads at SourceForge.net and click on Files->grip->3.3.1 to get the latest (circa 2005) source.
    tar xvfz grip-3.3.1.tar.gz
    cd grip-3.3.1
    ./configure
    make
    sudo make install

    and you should be all set, assuming you have all your multimedia ducks in a row. If configure complains about missing libraries or tools such as lame and cdparanoia, run YaST and try to install them. You may need the Packman repository for some of them.
    You may even be able to simply install the rpm off of Sourceforge.

    I love grip and it's all set up the way I like it, with easy editing of titles, paths to my music folder, etc. Change is good... but when something works, why break it?

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    Default Re: where is CD ripping in 11.4?

    Quote Originally Posted by ttraub View Post
    Change is good... but when something works, why break it?
    Maybe because grip hasn't been maintained upstream for seven years? There are other CD rippers with active project teams. Eventually, you have to move on.

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    Default Re: where is CD ripping in 11.4?

    On 2012-04-24 00:46, chief sealth wrote:
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    > ttraub;2457930 Wrote:
    >> Change is good... but when something works, why break it?
    >>

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    > Maybe because grip hasn't been maintained upstream for seven years?
    > There are other CD rippers with active project teams. Eventually, you
    > have to move on.


    Well, that's true. But grip doesn't do the actual job itself, it calls
    others to do the work. Lame, for example, is maintained.

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    Default Re: where is CD ripping in 11.4?

    Audex - native QT4 cd ripper. It is in the packman repo iirc. Probably not as full-featured as grip though.
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