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  1. #41
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    Re: HOWTO: Install Rubyripper 0.5.0 on Ubuntu 8.04

    Thanks for your help mc4man but I think I'll stay with EasyTag for now - it's very simple to use and gets the job done in a few minutes per album.

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    Re: HOWTO: Install Rubyripper 0.5.0 on Ubuntu 8.04

    I saw what I think was your post on an other forum so checked out easytag earlier - does seem a lot more straightforward.

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    Re: HOWTO: Install Rubyripper 0.5.0 on Ubuntu 8.04

    I've been researching for the last couple of days and come up with some enhancements - thanks to Junon and others on the HydrogenAudio forum.

    Firstly install AtomicParsley (Command Line Tagger) from Synaptic.

    Then put something like this in your command line for "Other" codecs:

    neroAacEnc -br 256000 -if %i -of "%o.m4a" && mkdir -p "/home/YOURNAME/Desktop/NewRips/%a/ %b" && AtomicParsley "%o.m4a" -o "/home/YOURNAME/Desktop/NewRips/%a/ %b/%n. %t.m4a" --artist "%a" --album "%b" --tracknum "%n" --title "%t" && rm "%o.m4a"

    Substitute your username for YOURNAME as appropriate.

    You can adjust -br to your preference or substitue appropriate -q value.

    This will create a structured NewRips/Artist/Album folder on your desktop with tagged .m4a files inside - you can also add genre and year tags through the command line, if you prefer. Once you have reviewed the files you can drag and drop them into the appropriate location in your music folder.

    It will also remove the untagged .m4a file from wherever you previously set in RubyRipper.

    ***If you change the "Base Directory" setting in RubyRipper/Preferences/Other to:

    /home/YOURNAME/Music/RippingLogs

    it will leave behind a stuctured folder of all your ripping logs inside your Music folder.***

    ***Only carry out this instruction if you are ONLY ripping to AAC.***


    If you don't change it your ripping logs will still be left behind wherever your privious settings indicated.

    I tried this substituting "neroAacTag" for "AtomicParsley" in the string but it didn't work - maybe somebody else would like to take that up.

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    Re: HOWTO: Install Rubyripper 0.5.0 on Ubuntu 8.04

    Installed Intrepid yesterday and decided to update Rubyripper to 0.5.4.

    Unfortunately I can't get it installed:

    Code:
    mark@Sauron:~/Desktop/rubyripper-0.5.4$ sudo ./configure --enable-lang-all --enable-gtk2 --enable-cli
    ./rr_lib.rb:19: undefined method `+' for nil:NilClass (NoMethodError)
    	from ./configure:37:in `require'
    	from ./configure:37
    mark@Sauron:~/Desktop/rubyripper-0.5.4$
    make install obviously doesn't work after this.

    All dependencies are satisfied, I have an older version of Rubyripper installed and running fine.

    Any ideas?

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    Re: HOWTO: Install Rubyripper 0.5.0 on Ubuntu 8.04

    I've just installed Rubyripper 0.5,4 and everything works just fine.

    You can use the same instructions to install it.

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    Re: HOWTO: Install Rubyripper 0.5.0 on Ubuntu 8.04

    Quote Originally Posted by PeeZz View Post
    You can use the same instructions to install it.
    Which instructions? I've tried the ones at the start of this thread and the ones in the README (all it adds is a '--prefix=/usr') and I get the same error.

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    Re: HOWTO: Install Rubyripper 0.5.0 on Ubuntu 8.04

    Minor update: Changed from Rubyripper version 0.5.3 to 0.5.4.

    Fixes included in Rubyripper 0.5.4:
    ---------0.5.4 RELEASE------

    * disable threaded encoding, because since the ruby-gtk2 0.17
    release forking a process within a thread results in a freeze.
    Hopefully a more elegant solution will follow.
    * add French translation
    * add proxy support
    Want a quality CD ripping program for Ubuntu? Check out my how-to: Installing Rubyripper on Ubuntu!

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    Exclamation Re: HOWTO: Install Rubyripper 0.5.0 on Ubuntu 8.04

    Upgraded to Ubuntu 8.10 today, and then discovered that Rubyripper 0.5.3 had stopped working properly. Upgraded to 0.5.4 and all is well.

    Curt
    Last edited by curts; November 24th, 2008 at 05:29 AM.

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    Re: HOWTO: Install Rubyripper 0.5.0 on Ubuntu 8.04

    Well, I seemed to be the only one having problems installing, so I took the easy way out - the 64-bit Intrepid build at Getdeb as suggested on another forum.

    http://www.getdeb.net/app/Rubyripper

    0.5.4 install worked like a charm...even kept my old settings.

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    Re: HOWTO: Install Rubyripper 0.5.0 on Ubuntu 8.04

    Quote Originally Posted by Fraoch View Post
    Well, I seemed to be the only one having problems installing, so I took the easy way out - the 64-bit Intrepid build at Getdeb as suggested on another forum.

    http://www.getdeb.net/app/Rubyripper

    0.5.4 install worked like a charm...even kept my old settings.
    Huh, I didn't even know that there was a .deb for Rubyripper. Kinda makes my tutorial feel obsolete

    Glad you found it and go everything working, though!
    Want a quality CD ripping program for Ubuntu? Check out my how-to: Installing Rubyripper on Ubuntu!

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