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An EAC alternative for linux ?, Does it exist ?
Mangus
post Oct 12 2006, 12:18
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Hi !

Until now I have always used EAC+accuraterip+lame on windows to extract and encode my cds, but now i'm moving to linux (kubuntu), and I see that EAC does not exist for linux.

Does exist a GOOD program like EAC for linux ? And about lame, I think could I use the same file for windows or exist a specific version for linux ? And what about accuraterip ?

PS: excuse me for my bad english, i'm Italian smile.gif
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Vir Rocha
post Oct 13 2006, 19:01
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Question about Ruby Ripper.

Any Ubuntu users here who've had luck getting it to install? I get errors re: libc6. Apparently the version it needs is different than what is on my machine and it won't upgrade.

jsg
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donnie
post Oct 13 2006, 22:28
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QUOTE (Vir Rocha @ Oct 13 2006, 19:01) *
Question about Ruby Ripper.

Any Ubuntu users here who've had luck getting it to install? I get errors re: libc6. Apparently the version it needs is different than what is on my machine and it won't upgrade.

jsg


I have ruby ripper working with ubuntu and libc6 is the newest version in the repositories. I don't know what's stopping it being upgraded for you though.
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