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    Re: HOWTO: Install Rubyripper on Ubuntu

    I can't rip and encode the last track of any CD.
    While i'm on karmic atm, haven't had any issues with last track and cdrom offset
    Assuming you've set the offset to the proper confirmed one for your drive maybe try an 0.6X version.

    I have a 0.6b deb attached in post 86 (p. 9), it's about a month old (debs are no longer allowed so won't update), it will install on hardy thru lucid, if so, please read edit

    Or if more suitable just grab the latest git
    Code:
    git clone git://github.com/rubyripperdev/rubyripper.git
    While I haven't used in months maybe I'll try on my hardy install later...

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    Re: HOWTO: Install Rubyripper on Ubuntu

    mc4man, could install version 0.6 with Hardy.

    But now I couldn't encode any track.
    All I get is the message:


    "WARNING: Encoding to mp3 exited with an error with track 1!"


    and so on with every track till the end of a CD...

    I revised the Lame parameters, clean up my home directory, changed the Number of extra encoding threads from 0 to 4... nothing worked here..

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    Re: HOWTO: Install Rubyripper on Ubuntu

    But now I couldn't encode any track.
    Just booted to a stock hardy and it appears RR doesn't like the version of lame hardy has. (could be the parameters

    Anyway no reason not to use a more current version which will work fine.
    Go here and get the .deb for your install (i386 or amd_64

    http://packages.ubuntu.com/karmic/lame

    Just click thru and let gdebi install

    Then RR will work fine (make sure id3v2 is installed for tags) see screen

    (if you installed from the .deb, then search in synaptic, highlight rubyripper, right click will expose suggested and recommended you may also want if not already
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    Last edited by mc4man; March 15th, 2010 at 01:02 AM. Reason: forgot lame deb link

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    Re: HOWTO: Install Rubyripper on Ubuntu

    It also seems that RR doesn't get a menu icon in hardy ( at least from the 0.6 deb.

    If not and wanted quite simple
    From terminal
    Code:
    alacarte
    Go down to Sound & Video and then on r. side right click on rubyripper -> properties.

    Click on the icon box -> then hit 'browse' button

    Navigate to /usr/share/icons/hicolor/128x128/apps
    The box will stay empty, just hit the 'open' button and you'll be returned to orig. screen where the icon will be seen to choose.

    A few screens show what I mean
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    Re: HOWTO: Install Rubyripper on Ubuntu

    Quote Originally Posted by mc4man View Post
    Just booted to a stock hardy and it appears RR doesn't like the version of lame hardy has. (could be the parameters

    Anyway no reason not to use a more current version which will work fine.
    Go here and get the .deb for your install (i386 or amd_64

    http://packages.ubuntu.com/karmic/lame

    Just click thru and let gdebi install

    Then RR will work fine (make sure id3v2 is installed for tags) see screen

    (if you installed from the .deb, then search in synaptic, highlight rubyripper, right click will expose suggested and recommended you may also want if not already
    Can't manage to satisfy all the libraries Lame 3.98 need in Hardy.

    Keep with 3.97 and once again managed to solve my problem editing rr_lib.rb and comenting tags += "--tv DISCID=\"#{@settings['cd'].discId}\" "

    Now I can use 0.6b with Hardy and offset parameter wwhat rips and encode all the tracks.

    The icon is set with restarting the system.

    Thanks for all your help and sorry about my bad english.

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    Re: HOWTO: Install Rubyripper on Ubuntu

    Can't manage to satisfy all the libraries Lame 3.98 need in Hardy.
    sorry about that - I used to have 2 hardy installs, one heavily modded and one I remembered as being stock. I've replaced my main one with lucid and it turns out the 'stock' one isn't exactly so.

    Taking a look in synaptic it turns out I created 'dummy' liblame0 and -dev packages, then installed the newer libmp3lame ones ( both liblame0 and libmp3lame0 provide the same thing - libmp3lame - hardy got stuck behind a name change...
    glad you got it sorted.
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    Question Re: HOWTO: Install Rubyripper on Ubuntu

    Hi
    Can somebody help me to use neroAacEnc with RubyRipper.

    I know that RubyRipper works OK when ripping to WAV, FLAC and mp3.
    And I know that neroAacEnc works OK from the command line.
    But I can't figure out how to work them together.

    I've looked back through this thread, and several others.
    Just now I've got this entered in my 'Other' window:-
    neroAacEnc -q 0.65 -if %i -of "%o.m4a"
    And I've got the 'Other' box ticked.

    When I run the rip it does the trial #1 and trial #2 then it analyzes then it crashes. The GUI just disappears.
    I've noticed that it has created a 'other' folder which contains a wav file and a 'ripping.log file'.
    I've attached a copy of my 'settings' file and the 'ripping.log'.

    So, is there something else I need to do?

    I have
    Ubuntu 9.10 32 bit Karmic
    rubyripper 0.5.7-1 from getdeb
    neroAacEnc v1.5.4.0
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    Last edited by ron999; April 22nd, 2010 at 06:43 PM.

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    Re: HOWTO: Install Rubyripper on Ubuntu

    Hey ron - Do you want tagging or just plain rip and encode with neroAacEnc

    (for tagging a little bit of explanation - otherwise try this

    Make sure neroAacEnc is in /usr/bin and executable

    Removing the tagging stuff from my line it looks like this

    Code:
    neroAacEnc -q 0.65 -if %i -of "%o".m4a
    abcde also works well if set up to use neroAacEnc and the tagging is a hair easier...

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    Re: HOWTO: Install Rubyripper on Ubuntu

    Hi mc4man
    I'm glad you replied.
    neroAacEnc is in usr/bin folder and it is executable.
    I've changed the settings to
    neroAacEnc -q 0.65 -if %i -of "%o".m4a
    But it's crashed again.
    I've attached the very latest settings and ripping log files.
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    Re: HOWTO: Install Rubyripper on Ubuntu

    Don't see any issue w/ your logs - does rr crash when doing a different codec?

    (actually the nero command is the same in both your posted logs ("%o"

    reset my pref.'s to match your's (for the most part), and have no trouble
    preEmphasis=cue
    req_matches_all=2
    minLengthHiddenTrack=2
    naming_various=%f/%a (%y) %b/%n - %va - %t
    vorbissettings=-q 4
    flacsettings=--best -V
    cd=#<Disc:0xb759a850>
    freedb=true
    naming_normal=%f/%a (%y) %b/%n - %t
    max_tries=5
    wav=false
    tracksToRip=2
    pregaps=prepend
    gain=album
    req_matches_errors=2
    noCapitals=false
    editor=gedit
    username=anonymous
    verbose=false
    noSpaces=false
    maxThreads=0
    mp3=false
    gainTagsOnly=false
    normalize=replaygain
    first_hit=true
    cdrom=/dev/cdrom
    create_cue=false
    site=http://freedb2.org:80/~cddb/cddb.cgi
    playlist=true
    other=true
    no_log=false
    filemanager=nautilus --no-desktop
    hostname=my_secret.com
    ripHiddenAudio=false
    eject=true
    debug=true
    naming_image=%f/%a (%y) %b/%a - %b (%y)
    basedir=~/
    othersettings=neroAacEnc -q 0.65 -if %i -of "%o".m4a
    mp3settings= --id3v2-only
    image=false
    rippersettings=
    offset=6
    vorbis=false
    flac=false
    Things I'd try
    delete .rubyripper and re-setup
    use the other box for something you know should work (put a flac or mp3 command in it) just to eliminate that - saving to other.

    If you wish on page 9 (post 86) I attached a more recent rr - if so remove current one and the .rubyripper folder, then install - it's an all.deb
    Last edited by mc4man; April 22nd, 2010 at 11:49 PM. Reason: # 86

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