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    Re: HOWTO: Install Rubyripper on Ubuntu

    Let me give some information on cdparanoia vs. cdda2wav.
    Cdparanoia started as a patch on an old version of
    cdda2wav but never updated the version of cdda2wav.

    As a result, cdparanoia does not include the new and much
    better extraction techniques used by recent cdda2wav
    versions. Development of cdparanoia stopped in 2001
    and after that, cdda2wav added the relevant paranioa
    code that was developed by Monty as a real benefit.

    The big other advantage of the code (including the
    paranoia code) in cdda2wav is that it is portable
    while cdparanoia is still Linux only.

    A recent cdda2wav gives you the advantaged from cdparanoia
    and the advantages of recent development in cdda2wav, so
    cdda2wav is currently the best solution foe CD ripping.

    ftp://ftp.berlios.de/oub/cdrecord/alpha/

    http://cdrecord.berlios.de/

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    Re: HOWTO: Install Rubyripper on Ubuntu

    Quote Originally Posted by schily View Post
    Let me give some information on cdparanoia vs. cdda2wav.
    Cdparanoia started as a patch on an old version of
    cdda2wav but never updated the version of cdda2wav.

    As a result, cdparanoia does not include the new and much
    better extraction techniques used by recent cdda2wav
    versions. Development of cdparanoia stopped in 2001
    and after that, cdda2wav added the relevant paranioa
    code that was developed by Monty as a real benefit.

    The big other advantage of the code (including the
    paranoia code) in cdda2wav is that it is portable
    while cdparanoia is still Linux only.

    A recent cdda2wav gives you the advantaged from cdparanoia
    and the advantages of recent development in cdda2wav, so
    cdda2wav is currently the best solution foe CD ripping.

    ftp://ftp.berlios.de/oub/cdrecord/alpha/

    http://cdrecord.berlios.de/
    I'm not sure all the information you gave is entirely accurate. According to the cdparanoia page, its latest release was in 2008, not 2001. And I'm not sure why you say it's Linux-only software; because it's open source, it can be (and has been) ported to other platforms.

    What specific advantages does cdda2wav offer over cdparanoia? Your post was a bit vague.
    Want a quality CD ripping program for Ubuntu? Check out my how-to: Installing Rubyripper on Ubuntu!

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    Re: HOWTO: Install Rubyripper on Ubuntu

    Rubyripper developer expects 0.6 release in June:
    Dear all,
    It has been a while. Between the jobs I've fixed most of the known
    bugs that were opened and closed some feature requests as well. Since
    the previous release is about 1 year ago, it seems like a new release
    is most welcome. This comes with ruby-1.9 support as well.
    Dear translators, please update your language files. As tradition
    tells, I've opened up an issue for this. In this issue you'll find an
    archive of today's git version:
    http://code.google.com/p/rubyripper/.../detail?id=420
    Dear testers and package maintainers, please stress test the upcoming
    release a bit, so ugly surprises won't be part of the future If
    needed you can use the archive for the translators.
    A release is expected in june. If all goes well, early june.
    With most kind regards,
    Bouke Woudstra
    Rubyripper developer
    Want a quality CD ripping program for Ubuntu? Check out my how-to: Installing Rubyripper on Ubuntu!

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    Re: HOWTO: Install Rubyripper on Ubuntu

    I installed Rubyripper last year following the Hydrogen Audio instructions (http://wiki.hydrogenaudio.org/index....tion_on_Ubuntu).

    How do I uninstall? It does not show up in Synaptic or Ubuntu Software Centre.
    Last edited by freddybob; May 25th, 2010 at 08:07 PM.

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    Re: HOWTO: Install Rubyripper on Ubuntu

    Quote Originally Posted by freddybob View Post
    I installed Rubyripper last year following the Hydrogen Audio instructions (http://wiki.hydrogenaudio.org/index....tion_on_Ubuntu).

    How do I uninstall? It does not show up in Synapticor Ubuntu Software Centre.
    The instructions on the Hydrogen Audio wiki show you how to compile from source. To uninstall, you have to download a Rubyripper tarball, extract it, and run
    Code:
    sudo make uninstall
    Want a quality CD ripping program for Ubuntu? Check out my how-to: Installing Rubyripper on Ubuntu!

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    Re: HOWTO: Install Rubyripper on Ubuntu

    Quote Originally Posted by ghindo View Post
    The instructions on the Hydrogen Audio wiki show you how to compile from source. To uninstall, you have to download a Rubyripper tarball, extract it, and run
    Code:
    sudo make uninstall
    That was easy. Thanks.

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    Re: HOWTO: Install Rubyripper on Ubuntu

    Has the repository moved?

    I followed these instructions, but "locate rubyripper" returns nothing.

    When I try installing again, I get this:

    brad@brad-desktop:~$ sudo apt-get install rubyripper
    Reading package lists... Done
    Building dependency tree
    Reading state information... Done
    rubyripper is already the newest version.


    Using Ubuntu 9.10
    Last edited by braddjwinter; May 28th, 2010 at 09:11 PM.

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    Re: HOWTO: Install Rubyripper on Ubuntu

    ..................
    Reading state information... Done
    rubyripper is already the newest version.
    If you are using the ppa then rr is 2 separate packages

    rubyripper = cli version, command of rrip_cli (or add. cli options

    rubyripper-gtk = gui, should be in your applicationns menu or launch command of rrip_gui

    so search in synaptic for rubyripper and install the gtk package (or maybe sudo apt-get install rubyripper-gtk (never have used ppa

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    Re: HOWTO: Install Rubyripper on Ubuntu

    Quote Originally Posted by mc4man View Post
    maybe sudo apt-get install rubyripper-gtk
    it worked. Thanks

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    Re: HOWTO: Install Rubyripper on Ubuntu

    Quote Originally Posted by ghindo View Post
    I'm not sure all the information you gave is entirely accurate. According to the cdparanoia page, its latest release was in 2008, not 2001. And I'm not sure why you say it's Linux-only software; because it's open source, it can be (and has been) ported to other platforms.

    What specific advantages does cdda2wav offer over cdparanoia? Your post was a bit vague.
    Well, my information of course is correct. There was no new code or features added to cdparanoia recently. Monty of course added a lot of comment to the code as an ovious result to the fact hat he now seems to have problems to understand his old code.

    Cdparanoia fails entirely with many recent media because it is based on an extremely old version of cdda2wav. Cdda2wav has no problems with these media and cdda2wav is able to extract all meta data that is completely ignored by cdparanoia. If you like to create a 1:1 copy from a music CD, cdrecord needs this meta data.

    In any case, the wonderful code that made cdparanoia unique survives in cdda2wav which is an actively maintained project that published 80 new releases since September 2004.

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