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How do you install Rubyripper!, Trying to install Rubyripper on Ubuntu 8.04
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post Oct 2 2008, 03:32
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Venturing out into the unknown world Linux. I need help with installing Rubyripper on system using Ubuntu 8.04. I have no experience with Linux and need help..Please post any info about how to install. Thanks smile.gif
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post Oct 2 2008, 06:16
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You can download the source code from the googlecode website.

Then extract into a temporary directory using the built-in archive manager or from the command line by opening a terminal window (Applications->Accessories->Terminal)

# tar xjf rubbyripper-0.5.3.tar.bz2

Then from the readme file:

CODE
3. HOW TO INSTALL

Dependencies:
* cdparanoia
* ruby-gettext (for translations)

Suggested:
* ruby-gtk2 (for gtk2 gui)
* cd-discid or discid (for proper freedb support)
* eject or diskutil for MacOS (for eject support)
* flac, oggenc, lame (if the codec is wanted)
* wavgain, vorbisgain, mp3gain (for replaygain support)
* normalize (for normalize support)

Run from directory:
(1) ./rubyripper_gtk2.rb or
(1) ./rubyripper_cli.rb

To install:
(1) ./configure --enable-lang-all --enable-gtk2 --enable-cli --prefix=/usr or
(1) ./configure --enable-lang=de,hu --enable-gtk2 --enable-cli --prefix=/usr
(2) make install
The executables will be named `rrip_cli` and `rrip_gui`

To uninstall: (1) `make uninstall`
To cleanup: (1) `make clean`


If you need to install some missing dependencies, use 'synaptic' or 'apt-get'.


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post Oct 2 2008, 07:02
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i'll have a debian package available at rarewares soon. hold tight.


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post Oct 2 2008, 12:25
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This thread gives more "newbie friendly" instructions specific for Ubuntu users:

http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=799621

I managed to do it, so I am sure you will succeed also wink.gif
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post Oct 2 2008, 21:20
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I updated the wiki to include Ubuntu 8.04 installation instructions. If anyone has any instructions on how to install it on Debian I would be glad to add those too. I also cleaned up the Rubyripper page so that it is now more "user-friendly" and up to date.

http://wiki.hydrogenaudio.org/index.php?ti..._on_Ubuntu_8.04

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post Oct 2 2008, 21:58
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QUOTE (chromium @ Oct 2 2008, 03:25) *
This thread gives more "newbie friendly" instructions specific for Ubuntu users:

http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=799621

I managed to do it, so I am sure you will succeed also wink.gif


Does that work for installing on a Mac?

I tried installing on a Rubyripper Mac a couple of years ago and ran into a couple of key missing Ubuntu components on the Mac .... I think ....
I was pretty impressed that I just managed to get Ubuntu up and running.

I'd be curious to hear how this works out.
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post Oct 4 2008, 14:55
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QUOTE (knucklehead @ Oct 2 2008, 12:58) *
Does that work for installing on a Mac?

I tried installing on a Rubyripper Mac a couple of years ago and ran into a couple of key missing Ubuntu components on the Mac .... I think ....
I was pretty impressed that I just managed to get Ubuntu up and running.

I'd be curious to hear how this works out.
Mac OS is based on BSD Unix, which is not Linux. I doubt that all the libraries Rubyripper needs are available for BSD/OSX.


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post Oct 4 2008, 16:26
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QUOTE (Martel @ Oct 4 2008, 05:55) *
Mac OS is based on BSD Unix, which is not Linux. I doubt that all the libraries Rubyripper needs are available for BSD/OSX.

I don't have a mac so I don't really know, but I really don't see why it shouldn't be possible...
For libraries it should basically require X11, GTK2 and Ruby. This is possible on mac isn't it? Then it needs executables (not libraries) to do it's job; cdparanoia, optionally eject, flac, lame, oggenc, cd-discid, wavgain, vorbisgain, mp3gain, normalize...

You might need to use sometrhing like Macports or Fink to get the packages...


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post Oct 4 2008, 16:50
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QUOTE (Mr_Rabid_Teddybear @ Oct 4 2008, 07:26) *
QUOTE (Martel @ Oct 4 2008, 05:55) *

Mac OS is based on BSD Unix, which is not Linux. I doubt that all the libraries Rubyripper needs are available for BSD/OSX.

I don't have a mac so I don't really know, but I really don't see why it shouldn't be possible...
For libraries it should basically require X11, GTK2 and Ruby. This is possible on mac isn't it? Then it needs executables (not libraries) to do it's job; cdparanoia, optionally eject, flac, lame, oggenc, cd-discid, wavgain, vorbisgain, mp3gain, normalize...

You might need to use sometrhing like Macports or Fink to get the packages...


Going by my memory (not the smartest thing to go by), it was just a couple of the key executables that were missing.
I think they were something that was just waiting for someone to get around to writing them - also very hardware specific, like a PPC version.

I don't think I'll be going through all the trouble to try out Rubyripper - I think we're the process of getting all the secure ripping tools I could ever want on OSX - Just curious to hear how this is going.
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post Oct 4 2008, 17:34
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QUOTE (knucklehead @ Oct 4 2008, 07:50) *
Going by my memory (not the smartest thing to go by), it was just a couple of the key executables that were missing.
I think they were something that was just waiting for someone to get around to writing them - also very hardware specific, like a PPC version.

Some of those one could maybe compile oneself? Atleast for people on intel-macs. It would probably require installation of gmake and gcc and some develpackages with headerfiles for clib and such.... This is probably no big deal to install. But the again, I don't know mac, but as it runs on more or less a modified FreeBSD.....


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post Oct 4 2008, 19:53
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I tried to install in January and ran into problems that I reported here.

Rather stupidly I forgot about things but FWIW there's an alias to ruby in /usr/bin. The original is /System/Library/Frameworks/Ruby.framework/Versions/1.8/usr/bin/ruby if that helps anyone.
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