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leo-bogert
post Dec 2 2012, 01:48
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Hello,
I'm in the progress of finishing my tool perfect-flac-encode which is a Linux bash shell script.
CUERipper would be very nice for ripping the input WAV images I guess.

I've gotten it to run under Ubuntu 12.04 with Wine but it won't detect the CD drive.
The Wiki says "Users report they have been able to use it under linux, using Mono," but doesn't state any instructions on how to get it to run.

Can someone help me getting it to run? I only need the ability to rip WAV image+CUE+LOG, no encoding is needed.
I would be glad for a list of needed packages for example as Mono is a rather huge framework and I don't want to blindly install lots of stuff.

Thank you
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phofman
post Dec 3 2012, 15:00
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QUOTE (leo-bogert @ Dec 2 2012, 02:48) *
Hello,
I'm in the progress of finishing my tool perfect-flac-encode which is a Linux bash shell script.
CUERipper would be very nice for ripping the input WAV images I guess.

I've gotten it to run under Ubuntu 12.04 with Wine but it won't detect the CD drive.
The Wiki says "Users report they have been able to use it under linux, using Mono," but doesn't state any instructions on how to get it to run.

Can someone help me getting it to run? I only need the ability to rip WAV image+CUE+LOG, no encoding is needed.
I would be glad for a list of needed packages for example as Mono is a rather huge framework and I don't want to blindly install lots of stuff.

Thank you


I have absolutely no cue+log experience, but perhaps there are other options, native to linux? Perhaps some of these? In fact I have never tried them smile.gif

cdemu
mount the iso and split the waves based on the cue text-mode information (scripting, using some ready-made cue tools)...

I know I am just talking but it seems viable to me - image is mountable, cue is a text-mode parseable file, the log is... I have no idea smile.gif

Often the windows-world programs can be replaced relatively easily by a combination of flexible tools linux offers on hand, if you do not need the GUI.

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post Dec 3 2012, 18:58
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QUOTE (phofman @ Dec 3 2012, 15:00) *
I have absolutely no cue+log experience, but perhaps there are other options, native to linux? Perhaps some of these? In fact I have never tried them smile.gif

I don't know of any Linux CD ripping software which has AccurateRip support AND is well-tested. I've searched for quite some time.
The only thing which I found is morituri and it continously crashes during ripping.

Of course I would be glad if you pointed me out to a native solution though!

QUOTE (phofman @ Dec 3 2012, 15:00) *
cdemu
mount the iso and split the waves based on the cue text-mode information (scripting, using some ready-made cue tools)...

Thanks but this thread is not about splitting WAVs, I wrote my own script for that.
I need a CD ripping software which supports AccurateRip and can produce WAV images + CUE + LOG. Split tracks are not needed and not wanted, I want to do that on my own.

Thank you.

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post Dec 3 2012, 20:23
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The only thing which I found is morituri and it continously crashes during ripping.


I told you I had no clue smile.gif

Morituri seems to be the tool you are looking for indeed. Also its development seems to be fairly active http://thomas.apestaart.org/morituri/svn/trunk/ChangeLog . Did you contact the author about the crashes?

IMO a solution complicated with wine has many impractical aspects, license conditions aside.

I keep my fingers crossed, your effort is greatly applauded.

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- leo-bogert   Running CUERipper on Linux   Dec 2 2012, 01:48
- - phofman   QUOTE (leo-bogert @ Dec 2 2012, 02:4...   Dec 3 2012, 15:00
|- - leo-bogert   QUOTE (phofman @ Dec 3 2012, 15:00) I hav...   Dec 3 2012, 18:58
|- - phofman   QUOTE (leo-bogert @ Dec 3 2012, 19:5...   Dec 3 2012, 20:23
- - Manlord   Have you already detected your drives under Wine p...   Dec 3 2012, 15:24
|- - leo-bogert   QUOTE (Manlord @ Dec 3 2012, 15:24) Have ...   Dec 3 2012, 19:03
- - Manlord   I mean this screen: You should click on "A...   Dec 3 2012, 19:59
|- - leo-bogert   QUOTE (Manlord @ Dec 3 2012, 19:59) I mea...   Dec 3 2012, 20:12
|- - Manlord   QUOTE (leo-bogert @ Dec 3 2012, 20:1...   Dec 3 2012, 22:10
|- - leo-bogert   QUOTE (Manlord @ Dec 3 2012, 22:10) QUOTE...   Dec 4 2012, 10:41
- - leo-bogert   Unfortunately, ripping seems to fail for all CDs a...   Dec 4 2012, 18:14
|- - Manlord   Glad I cound help although my arguments were not t...   Dec 4 2012, 22:13
|- - leo-bogert   QUOTE (Manlord @ Dec 4 2012, 22:13) Glad ...   Dec 5 2012, 20:50
|- - Porcus   QUOTE (leo-bogert @ Dec 5 2012, 20:5...   Dec 7 2012, 00:40
- - kode54   You can try Rubyripper. I recommend starting with ...   Dec 5 2012, 05:01
|- - leo-bogert   QUOTE (kode54 @ Dec 5 2012, 05:01) You ca...   Dec 5 2012, 20:55
|- - Artemis3   QUOTE (kode54 @ Dec 5 2012, 01:01) If you...   Dec 6 2012, 22:17
|- - Artemis3   QUOTE (Artemis3 @ Dec 6 2012, 18:17) QUOT...   Dec 7 2012, 05:39
- - Porcus   What about http://thomas.apestaart.org/morituri/tr...   Dec 5 2012, 22:02
|- - CherylJosie   QUOTE (Porcus @ Dec 5 2012, 13:02) What a...   Dec 6 2012, 04:32
- - Porcus   There was a specific request for an AccurateRip-aw...   Dec 6 2012, 21:00
- - kode54   Sorry I mentioned Rubyripper, since it doesn't...   Dec 6 2012, 21:22


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