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    EAC 1.0 beta 3 on 13.04, EAC on 13.04

    just to say it also installs on 13.04 with these instructions
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    Re: installing EAC 1.0 beta 3 under wine

    Thanks for this, definitely a great find. I'm relatively new to Linux/Ubuntu so appreciate any patience with silly questions I might have. I'm trying to get EAC 1 beta 3 to run under Wine on Ubuntu 12.04. For some reason, the installer would not go under Wine, I would always get the NSIS error. I've tried to Google some solutions to that without any luck. I reinstalled Wine and all the packages that I read about but nothing changed. I succumbed to what may have been an easier solution, PlayOnLinux and this time, the installer worked like a charm. At launch, however, I got the same exception error that was solved in this thread. I tried the registering DLL trick as outlined here in the directories where PlayOnLinux installed EAC but I always got the message that the dll failed to load. I'm guessing that the virtual directory structure of PlayOnLinux is somehow interfering with Wine's regsvr32 command, but not sure. I also tried going through the PlayonLinux console and despite some error messages, it did say that it successfully registered the DLL but unfortunately the program still crashed. If Wine would just run the installer I wouldn't have to mess with PlayOnLinux but if anyone can help with either problem, that would be highly appreciated. Perhaps I did something wrong in the Wine install?

    By the way, I'm running Ubuntu on a very old Compaq Pentium 4 desktop. Sometimes a little sluggish but overall running fine. Thanks in advance for any help. I noticed that PlayonLinux now officially supports Mp3Tag, another Windows favourite, so perhaps EAC is coming soon....

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    Re: installing EAC 1.0 beta 3 under wine

    well feelfreetoblameme [cool moniker ] personally readin what you have written i would remove and purge PlayonLinux [it probably i am guessing places bits and pieces in different places] if you do not use it for other software and start again from scratch with earlier guide

    I am not saying it will work for absolutely all setups on all types of machine but with the latest version of wine you should be fine here [i first did this on 12.04 now using it on 13.04]

    best of luck and please tell us how you fare
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    Re: installing EAC 1.0 beta 3 under wine

    Thanks for the quick reply (and the compliment!). I think I will probably end up wiping this 12.04 install altogether and start from scratch to try and solve the NSIS error. Redo Wine and go from there without messing with PlayonLinux. I'll post back, see if it works. Great guide on Hydrogen audio, by the way, thanks for that too.

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    Re: installing EAC 1.0 beta 3 under wine

    thanks your guide works wonders under 13.04
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    installing EAC 1.0 beta 3 under wine on 13.10 Saucy Salamander

    if any of you want to install EAC on Saucy you will likely require this
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    Re: installing EAC 1.0 beta 3 under wine

    Just my experience: Under Mint 16 x64, I have to update wine to 1.7 (development) using the oficial ppa.

    Using the stable version 1.4.1, i was not able to install EAC 1b3.

    Now, with 1.7 it works.

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    How to see an external drive in EAC on Ubuntu under Wine ?

    Then i got a disc i wanted to back up in Flac for my personal use on my computer and found that my eight-year-old computer's cd drive NEC DVD_RW ND-3550A

    could not handle it; so since I had always wanted to add a bluray external to my setup I just did that and got a spanking new Samsung SE-506BB

    So far very nice...

    But EAC only seems to want and see the 'in house' piece of kit

    Then readin around it appears that one needs to go to the Interface section in EAC options and click on ASPI instead of the default Native
    And voila! [the Note is probably from earlier times no longer an issue ASPI is in modern versions it seems]


    see here:

    Last edited by shantiq; April 9th, 2014 at 06:29 PM.
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    Re: installing EAC 1.0 beta 3 under wine

    I think it's very interesting to read this (especially the table at the end): https://thomas.apestaart.org/thomas/trac/wiki/DAD/Rip

    That said, I'm not about to redo my CD collection with EAC (originally used Audex, which uses cdparanoia). I really doubt I'll be able to hear any difference.
    What would happen if your hard disk died right now?

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    EAC Morituri and Rubyripper Wodim Icedax

    Temüjin i hear no difference myself i just like to play ::]] but i do hear difference between lossless and lossy since i play all computer music through stereo PS Morituri can now do ALL that EAC does but you need to be a Python coder to get all the settings right .... ouch ,,,, but see even more info in the log


    example

    Code:
    morituri version 0.2.2
    
    morituri extraction logfile from 10. April 2014, 12:37
    
    
    Neneh Cherry / Blank Project
    
    
    Used drive  : TSSTcorpBDDVDW SE-506BB  TS00
    
    
    Read mode                : Secure
    Use cdparanoia mode      : Yes (cdparanoia III 10.2)
    Defeat audio cache       : Yes
    Make use of C2 pointers  : No
    
    
    Read offset correction                      : 6
    Overread into Lead-In and Lead-Out          : No
    Fill up missing offset samples with silence : Yes
    Delete leading and trailing silent blocks   : No
    Null samples used in CRC calculations       : Yes
    Gap Detection                               : cdrdao version 1.2.3
    Gap handling                                : Appended to previous track
    
    
    Used output format              : flac
    GStreamer pipeline              : flacenc name=tagger quality=8
    GStreamer version               : 0.10.36
    GStreamer Python version        : 0.10.22
    Encoder plugin version          : 0.10.31
    
    
    
    
    TOC of the extracted CD
    
    
         Track |   Start  |  Length  | Start sector | End sector 
        ---------------------------------------------------------
            1  |  0:00.00 |  3:28.66 |         0    |    15665   
            2  |  3:28.66 |  4:04.71 |     15666    |    34036   
            3  |  7:33.62 |  3:57.02 |     34037    |    51813   
            4  | 11:30.64 |  4:18.38 |     51814    |    71201   
            5  | 15:49.27 |  5:46.63 |     71202    |    97214   
            6  | 21:36.15 |  4:10.23 |     97215    |   115987   
            7  | 25:46.38 |  5:20.72 |    115988    |   140059   
            8  | 31:07.35 |  5:15.21 |    140060    |   163705   
            9  | 36:22.56 |  5:11.73 |    163706    |   187103   
           10  | 41:34.54 |  7:20.66 |    187104    |   220169   
    
    
    
    
    Track  1
    
    
         Filename Music/album/Neneh Cherry - Blank Project/01. Neneh Cherry - Across the Water.flac
    
    
         Pre-gap length  0:00:02.00
    
    
         Peak level 98.8 %
         Track quality 100.0 %
         Extraction Speed (Test) 1.7873 X
         Extraction Speed (Copy) 3.0328 X
         Test CRC B3B859FA
         Copy CRC B3B859FA
         Track not present in AccurateRip database
         Copy OK
    
    
    Track  2
    
    
         Filename Music/album/Neneh Cherry - Blank Project/02. Neneh Cherry - Blank Project.flac
    
    
         Peak level 99.9 %
         Track quality 100.0 %
         Extraction Speed (Test) 3.8452 X
         Extraction Speed (Copy) 3.8798 X
         Test CRC A8451C13
         Copy CRC A8451C13
         Track not present in AccurateRip database
         Copy OK
    
    
    Track  3
    
    
         Filename Music/album/Neneh Cherry - Blank Project/03. Neneh Cherry - Naked.flac
    
    
         Peak level 99.9 %
         Track quality 100.0 %
         Extraction Speed (Test) 2.4713 X
         Extraction Speed (Copy) 4.2585 X
         Test CRC 0F039D1E
         Copy CRC 0F039D1E
         Track not present in AccurateRip database
         Copy OK
    
    
    Track  4
    
    
         Filename Music/album/Neneh Cherry - Blank Project/04. Neneh Cherry - Spit Three Times.flac
    
    
         Peak level 99.9 %
         Track quality 99.1 %
         Extraction Speed (Test) 3.5870 X
         Extraction Speed (Copy) 4.8406 X
         Test CRC BF4EED51
         Copy CRC BF4EED51
         Track not present in AccurateRip database
         Copy OK
    
    
    Track  5
    
    
         Filename Music/album/Neneh Cherry - Blank Project/05. Neneh Cherry - Weightless.flac
    
    
         Peak level 99.9 %
         Track quality 100.0 %
         Extraction Speed (Test) 3.3682 X
         Extraction Speed (Copy) 3.8593 X
         Test CRC D808CF97
         Copy CRC D808CF97
         Track not present in AccurateRip database
         Copy OK
    
    
    Track  6
    
    
         Filename Music/album/Neneh Cherry - Blank Project/06. Neneh Cherry - Cynical.flac
    
    
         Peak level 99.9 %
         Track quality 100.0 %
         Extraction Speed (Test) 4.4022 X
         Extraction Speed (Copy) 4.7740 X
         Test CRC 32E466AF
         Copy CRC 32E466AF
         Track not present in AccurateRip database
         Copy OK
    
    
    Track  7
    
    
         Filename Music/album/Neneh Cherry - Blank Project/07. Neneh Cherry - 422.flac
    
    
         Peak level 99.9 %
         Track quality 100.0 %
         Extraction Speed (Test) 5.5024 X
         Extraction Speed (Copy) 4.5968 X
         Test CRC 279A5E64
         Copy CRC 279A5E64
         Track not present in AccurateRip database
         Copy OK
    
    
    Track  8
    
    
         Filename Music/album/Neneh Cherry - Blank Project/08. Neneh Cherry feat. Robyn - Out of the Black.flac
    
    
         Peak level 99.9 %
         Track quality 97.9 %
         Extraction Speed (Test) 4.3767 X
         Extraction Speed (Copy) 4.0128 X
         Test CRC F7C60814
         Copy CRC F7C60814
         Track not present in AccurateRip database
         Copy OK
    
    
    Track  9
    
    
         Filename Music/album/Neneh Cherry - Blank Project/09. Neneh Cherry - Dossier.flac
    
    
         Peak level 99.9 %
         Track quality 98.2 %
         Extraction Speed (Test) 4.2837 X
         Extraction Speed (Copy) 4.6562 X
         Test CRC 2C15E72D
         Copy CRC 2C15E72D
         Track not present in AccurateRip database
         Copy OK
    
    
    Track 10
    
    
         Filename Music/album/Neneh Cherry - Blank Project/10. Neneh Cherry - Everything.flac
    
    
         Peak level 100.0 %
         Track quality 100.0 %
         Extraction Speed (Test) 5.7722 X
         Extraction Speed (Copy) 4.5768 X
         Test CRC 7183C0F4
         Copy CRC 7183C0F4
         Track not present in AccurateRip database
         Copy OK
    
    
    
    
    Wall clock time to rip all tracks: 24.718 minutes
    
    
    None of the tracks are present in the AccurateRip database
    
    
    No errors occurred
    
    
    End of status report





    PS2 a great way to do a rip is this here:

    Code:
    cdparanoia -d /dev/cdrom -q -v --output-wav --batch 1-13
    [adjust number to number of tracks of course]


    Code:
    cdparanoia -d /dev/cdrom -Y -v --output-wav --batch --force-read-speed 1 1-10
    IF SCRATCHED



    also good if ripping twice and comparing both rips like EAC Morituri and Rubyripper sends one to yawn and sleep


    RIP FROM WODIM===================


    To copy an audio CD in the most accurate way, first run


    Code:
    icedax dev=/dev/cdrom -vall cddb=0 -B -Owav
    and then to write run



    Code:
    wodim dev=/dev/cdrom -v speed=2 -dao -useinfo -text *.wav

    Last edited by shantiq; April 10th, 2014 at 02:13 PM.
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