[kde-freebsd] Re: amarok and audio cd
alteriks at gmail.com
Fri Dec 3 20:40:32 CET 2010
Andriy I'm having the same issues using KDE under FreeBSD. I'm using
dolphin from time to time to rip & encode my audio CDs to flacs, but I
can't ever recall to rip audio tracks under Freebsd's Amarok. I
remember that few versions of Amarok2 under Linux had the same
problem. A lot of working features got lost during transmission from
qt3->qt4 and kde3->kde4. I remeber reading on http://amarok.kde.org
long time ago that playing/ripping audio CDs won't be implemented in
Amarok2 as none of developers owns such discs. Few months later I
managed to rip cd's with Amarok (I never managed to play audio cd
under Debian or Arch Linux). Since KDE4 playing/ripping had been
neglected feature in kde.
I'd would be really happy if I'd manage to run EAC under wine on
FreeBSDs, as it would solve most problems using I've been experiencing
in *NIX world.
On Tue, Nov 30, 2010 at 2:20 PM, Andriy Gapon <avg at freebsd.org> wrote:
> I very rarely use Audio CDs on my PCs, but had to do that earlier today.
> It seems that KDE (I have 4.5.3) gets confused about Audio CDs somehow.
> E.g. dolphin shows audio tracks and various sub-folders for transcoded
> representations, but "preview playing" in dolphin doesn't do anything.
> amarok on the other hand show zero track count for the CD and thus can't play it
> back either.
> Software that is not integrated into KDE is able to play the CD without any
> problems, e.g. audacious.
> So, I wonder if this is my local problem, or a KDE/FreeBSD problem or a general
> KDE problem. Can anyone reproduce the issue?
> What things could/should I look at additionally?
> Andriy Gapon
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