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I'm trying to load this in my Point Linux 2.2 install. Since PL is Debian it SHOULD be in the Synaptic Package Manager under Multimedia but it's not there and ...
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    Where in the heck is OGMRip?


    I'm trying to load this in my Point Linux 2.2 install. Since PL is Debian it SHOULD be in the Synaptic Package Manager under Multimedia but it's not there and I can't do a "sudo apt-get install ogmrip" because it says it can't find anything.
    I even tried to do this:
    $ wget http://archive.getdeb.net/install_de...etdeb1_all.deb
    $ sudo dpkg -i getdeb-repository_0.1-1~getdeb1_all.deb
    $ sudo apt-get update
    $ sudo apt-get install ogmrip

    and still can't get it loaded and there's no .deb file that I can find to directly download and install. Anyway have a foggy clue as to how to get this downloaded?

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    Also, just to let ya'll know, I've tried to install Handbrake, dvdrip and acidrip from terminal with no success either. Simply tells me that it can't find the files.

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    Here's some ideas: OGMRip - Download

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    You click on the download sight for Debian and it takes you to some Biker web site that's in Russian..

    P.S.
    Do you really think if it were that easy I'd be asking for help, LOL/
    Last edited by TNFrank; 01-24-2014 at 07:20 PM.

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    LOL. I wonder if it debian-multimedia has significance to bikers in Russian?

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    There is a .tar file( Download ogmrip-1.0.0.tar.gz (3.3 MB) ) that I can download but I don't have a fuzzy clue as to how to install it from that. I really just would like info on how to do it from Terminal since that seems to be the easy way to install stuff for me. I mean how easy is "sudo apt-get install "X" LOL

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    I did find Arista in Synaptic Package Manager and installed it. Not sure if it's what I'm looking for or not, guess I'll find out though.

    Nope, doesn't look like it's going to do what I want it to do. Dang it.

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    if the tar.gz file is a source distro it usually can be installed with:
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    tar -zxvf ogmrip-1.0.0.tar.gz
    cd ogmrip-1.0.0
    ./configure
    make
    sudo make install
    That presumes you have the dependencies. If you don't then the chase begins. Apt-get is preferable since it has insider knowledge of your system.

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    I have no clue, never really did a tar.gz type of file install before. Don't know why someone can't have a simple .deb package that I can install with gdebi and be done with it???

    for DVDRip there's a "Makefile" that has this
    # $Id: Makefile 1791 2005-10-09 11:26:10Z joern $

    all: ../bin/dvdrip-splitpipe ../bin/dvdrip-progress

    ../bin/dvdrip-splitpipe: dvdrip-splitpipe.c
    $(CC) $(CFLAGS) -o dvdrip-splitpipe dvdrip-splitpipe.c && mv dvdrip-splitpipe ../bin

    ../bin/dvdrip-progress: dvdrip-progress.c
    $(CC) $(CFLAGS) -o dvdrip-progress dvdrip-progress.c && mv dvdrip-progress ../bin

    clean:
    rm -f dvdrip-splitpipe ../bin/dvdrip-splitpipe dvdrip-progress ../bin/dvdrip-progress

    But I have no idea what part of it I need or what to do with it.

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    You would just run "make" which would default to all.

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