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    what is with k3b


    since i upgraded to 2009 i cant rip cd's to mp3s what am i doing wrong.

    my special needs child has an mp3 player that wont play ogg. is this what is coming of linux or am i doing something wrong. let me know please. thanks

    Bower

    ps how would a guy go back to 2008.1 spring

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    Quote Originally Posted by bower View Post
    ps how would a guy go back to 2008.1 spring
    I can't answer the K3b issue, but you can install 2008.1 right over your current partitions if you want to get back to where you were.
    oz

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    am i missing something

    as my mandriva 2009 missing something to tip mp3? i can rip ogg put i can not get it to rip mp3s. please help


    Bower

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    Check out Settings > Configure K3b > Programs. Make sure that you are not missing any of the plugins such as transcode. These apps don't usually ship with most distros but I can't speak for Mandriva. They are usually easy enough to install and K3b will pick them up on a restart if you install them.

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    transcode

    I am missing Trans code. How do I go about installing it. Please let me know.

    Thank you so very much

    Bower

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    I'm pretty sure you should be able to use urpmi to install transcode:

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    urpmi transcode
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    error message

    this is the error message

    command failed: Lame -h --tt

    thanks

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    Looks like you need to install lame (obvious name for an mp3 encoder!).
    It can be installed via urpmi or the GUI but I think you'll need the PLF repos configured (see easyurpmi).

    Terry

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