Kubuntu useless for ripping CDs

Art Alexion art.alexion at verizon.net
Sun Jan 28 20:29:10 GMT 2007

On Sunday 28 January 2007 10:08, O. Sinclair wrote:
> Well, I have ripped but am using KAudioCreator Ripper, not K3b. I tried
> K3b but it is like it is conflicting with mounting of the CD somehow.

k3b is for burning, not ripping.  Two ways to rip in KDE (probably more):

kaudiocreator is KDE's answer to grip (gnome).

konqueror makes this easy.  
1. insert a CD.
2. Open konqueror and type 'audiocd:/' in the location field.
3. Konqueror will display 'virtual folders' with names 
like 'ogg', 'mp3', 'wav', etc. 
4. Open the folder that you want to rip, and just copy the 'virtual files' to 
the place you want the audio files on your hard drive.

Drag and drop.  That's it.

Art Alexion

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