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Hi I wanted to know if there are any good cd rippers out there for mandrake linux? I found one called Grip but aperently it doesn't work on KDE. Thanks ...
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    Cd Ripper?


    Hi
    I wanted to know if there are any good cd rippers out there for mandrake linux?
    I found one called Grip but aperently it doesn't work on KDE.
    Thanks in advance.

    Nikosapi

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    KAudioCreator is a good IMHO.

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    I've never had any trouble with Grip in KDE. It works very well. KAudioCreator is good, although a bit slow in my experience.
    If you did a default install, KAudioCreator should be on your system. It isn't a stand-alone app. It's integrated in to Konqueror.
    OH NOOOOO!!!!!! You did it the way I said?

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    Quote Originally Posted by U-Turn
    I've never had any trouble with Grip in KDE. It works very well..
    me too!what do you mean that it didn't work?do you got some error messages?
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    I know I'm doing something wrong.
    I downloaded the tar.gz file from the grip website.
    then I used the command line to extract the file (tar -zxvf grip-3.0.7.tar.gz)
    Now when I use ./configure it gives me this message:

    [nikosapi@localhost grip-3.0.7]$ ./configure
    checking for a BSD-compatible install... /usr/bin/install -c
    checking whether build environment is sane... yes
    checking whether make sets ${MAKE}... yes
    checking for working aclocal... missing
    checking for working autoconf... missing
    checking for working automake... missing
    checking for working autoheader... missing
    checking for working makeinfo... found
    checking whether to enable maintainer-specific portions of Makefiles... no
    checking for gnome-config... no
    checking for gnomeConf.sh file in /usr/local/lib... not found
    configure: error: Could not find the gnomeConf.sh file that is generated by gnome-libs install

    I am very new to this so please dumb it down a bit.

    Nikosapi

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    Nikosapi, with Mandrake you add progs from the Package manager in the Mandrake Control Centre. It will sort all the dependencies for you. Have you set your sources up? Do a search for easyurpmi and follow the instructions. Then install grip or whatever using the package manager.
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    Thanks a lot!

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    Audacity seems to be good, though i haven't been able to install it. A few things have gone wrong, but i've heard really good things about it.

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    Audacity is a very good prog. Tis not a ripper though.
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