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Thread: HOWTO: Install Rubyripper on Ubuntu

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    Re: HOWTO: Install Rubyripper on Ubuntu

    should I open a bug on it?
    RR isn't an ubuntu package, issues should be posted here

    http://code.google.com/p/rubyripper/issues/list

    Did you build or install from a package?

    RR can be built with multiple locales (translations), whether that would have any effect on your issue don't really know, though I see a ru folder in the build I did. ( have no idea what it's for..?

    /usr/share/locale/ru/LC_MESSAGES/rubyripper.mo

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    Re: HOWTO: Install Rubyripper on Ubuntu

    I have installed the lib and the .deb from the ubuntu help doc CDripping. Work fine now, great app!

    BTW do you use the preset -Z or keep the field empty (Pass cdparanoia options), Rubyripper v 5.7.1?

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    Re: HOWTO: Install Rubyripper on Ubuntu

    BTW do you use the preset -Z or keep the field empty (Pass cdparanoia options), Rubyripper v 5.7.1?
    Myself, atm am now using abcde, though still have RR and use occasionally for non aac rip & encodes ( while both RR and abcde can use neroAacEnc and AtomicParsley it goes a bit easier in abcde

    Anyway as far as -Z, sometimes I leave it out and sometimes add ( results in a faster rip

    You have to see what suits you and your cd's better.

    A small note on that ppa linked previously

    It appears he's broken RR into 2 packages rubyripper (cli) and rubyripper-gtk (gui

    While I guess you could make a small case for that, mself don't see the point.

    Also cd-discid is just a recommend, if it's not installed it should be if you wish cddb info

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    Re: HOWTO: Install Rubyripper on Ubuntu

    Quote Originally Posted by mc4man View Post
    Anyway as far as -Z, sometimes I leave it out and sometimes add (results in a faster rip) You have to see what suits you and your cd's better.

    Also cd-discid is just a recommend, if it's not installed it should be if you wish cddb info
    cd-discid is already installed thanks for the tip

    what the purpose of the -Z preset? My CDs are in excellent condition (no scratch) and my drive does not need correction.

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    Re: HOWTO: Install Rubyripper on Ubuntu

    what the purpose of the -Z preset?
    from the man
    -Z --disable-paranoia : disable all paranoia checking
    -Y --disable-extra-paranoia : only do cdda2wav-style overlap checking
    Will make the rip faster, tend to use here on most discs, i know my drive is a good ripper and I'm not generally over concerned about such things for ripping for use on pc ( though did set drive offset

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    Re: HOWTO: Install Rubyripper on Ubuntu

    Quote Originally Posted by mc4man View Post
    from the man
    Will make the rip faster, tend to use here on most discs, i know my drive is a good ripper and I'm not generally over concerned about such things for ripping for use on pc ( though did set drive offset
    I am pushing my questions. Rubyripper already reads the CD twice. Is it in addition of cdparanoia or that is cdparanoia - I am bit confuse.

    If that's the first case. What's the point to have 2x reading + cdparanoia (noob question what is the diff. between the Rubuyripper check and and cdparanoia?)

    thanks

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    Re: HOWTO: Install Rubyripper on Ubuntu

    It is fairly simple to find any info about cdparanoia to whatever extent you wish.

    Maybe start here
    http://www.xiph.org/paranoia/faq.html

    How can I tell if my drive would be OK with regular cdda2wav?
    Easy. Run cdparanoia; if the progress meter never shows any characters but the little arrow going across the screen, the CDROM drive is probably one of the (currently) few drives that can read a pristine stream of data off an audio disc regardless of circumstances. This drive will work quite well with cdda2wav (or cdparanoia using the '-Z' option)

    A drive that results in a bargraph of all hyphens would *likely* work OK with cdda2wav, but it's less certain.
    Run cdparanoia or RR from cli and check out your drive's performance and symbols

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    Re: HOWTO: Install Rubyripper on Ubuntu

    mc4man, can you explain me in simple terms the difference between cdparanoia and cdda2wav in rubyripper (or other ripping software).

    Do I assume correctly that:

    1. cdda2wav is the software that does the actual rip (CD -> WAV) some accuracy checks.
    2. cdparanoia is a another software above or next to cdda2wav that also does the actual rip (CD -> WAV) with some accuracy checks.


    sorry about it but I am all to confuse. Does rubyripper (or other players) use 2 methodes to rip 1 cd? is it like using 2 spell checkers (same function, but different brands) on a same sentence? Is there not a ripping software that does both in one time (if the preceding was correct)?

    Thanks to clarify

    from the net

    cdparanoia began life as a set of patches to Heiko Eissfeldt's 'cdda2wav' application in late 1994. Cdparanoia gained its own life as a rewrite of cdda2wav in January of 1998 as "Paranoia III". Paranoia has had no real relation to cdda2wav since then.

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    Re: HOWTO: Install Rubyripper on Ubuntu

    Since you created a package, consider create a ppa so more people can use rr, test it and help with development. Either way many thanks to everyone involved in this project.
    Last edited by codedash; December 8th, 2009 at 09:54 AM.

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    Re: HOWTO: Install Rubyripper on Ubuntu

    Is there a way to reset the settings back to default(like deleting the config)?

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