k3b does not detect normalize-audio

Roderick B. Greening roderick.greening at gmail.com
Wed Sep 30 14:02:17 BST 2009

If you add a ln -s to the name k3b wants, does it work then? If not, then the 
detection in k3b is busted. If it does, then maybe we can add a link via the 
normalize package to the name k3b is looking for.
Roderick B. Greening, B.Sc.
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> Hi,
> normalize is named to normalize-audio in Debian and Ubuntu and therefore
>  k3b does not detect it without changes. We had this problem several times
>  in the past and in Karmic it is also present.
> Debian has a patch for this and I tried to adopt it for Karmic. It has to
>  be ported from simple-patchsys to quilt, but I think everything went ok
>  and it should work.
> Unfortunately it does not ;). normalize is renamed to normalize-audio
> everywhere, but it is not detected. I do not know what I could try next, so
> probably someone else can give me a solution for this problem?
> I attached, what I have so far as a debdiff.
> Normalize the volume of audio cds is an important feature, so we should
>  find a fix for this.
> Christian
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