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Started by Melissa, July 27, 2020, 04:57:03 PM

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Keith

Melisssa,
Try sudo apt install clementine and have a look at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nPkEHiSsVDc

Keith

wishbone

Have you tried xfburn?


Melissa

Quote from: Keith on August 20, 2020, 08:57:27 PM
OK.  I'll have a think.

Thank you. Very odd that they are not there in the Peppermint distro.
My computers:
Acer Chromebook
Asus notebook x102B, running on Peppermint 9.


In a world without fences and walls, who needs Gates and Windows?

Melissa

Quote from: wishbone on August 20, 2020, 09:45:44 PM
Have you tried xfburn?

It's not in the package manager nor the software manager either. I looked online for names of all the Linux CD ripping software and none are in my package managers! This is very odd.
My computers:
Acer Chromebook
Asus notebook x102B, running on Peppermint 9.


In a world without fences and walls, who needs Gates and Windows?

Keith

Melissa,

The link I gave earlier is a Youtube video entitled "Ripping CDs In Peppermint with Clementine" so is definitely worth a look. 
Here it is again: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nPkEHiSsVDc (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nPkEHiSsVDc)

Keith


Keith

.....alternatively:  you might try downloading Brasero from the internet and installing it yourself. 

If you search for "brasero linux download" you will find lots of places to download it from,  e.g. https://download.cnet.com/Brasero-for-Linux/3000-2646_4-75207025.html (https://download.cnet.com/Brasero-for-Linux/3000-2646_4-75207025.html).
Since Peppermint is Ubuntu-based I am fairly confident that it will work OK. 

Let me know what you think.
Keith

Melissa

Quote from: Keith on August 21, 2020, 11:22:50 AM
Melissa,

The link I gave earlier is a Youtube video entitled "Ripping CDs In Peppermint with Clementine" so is definitely worth a look. 
Here it is again: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nPkEHiSsVDc (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nPkEHiSsVDc)

Keith

Thank you. I'll look at it on Sunday.
My computers:
Acer Chromebook
Asus notebook x102B, running on Peppermint 9.


In a world without fences and walls, who needs Gates and Windows?

Melissa

Quote from: Keith on August 20, 2020, 09:03:11 PM
Melisssa,
Try sudo apt install clementine and have a look at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nPkEHiSsVDc (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nPkEHiSsVDc)

Keith

Did not work either!

$ sudo apt install clementine
[sudo] password for matildaw:
Reading package lists... Done
Building dependency tree       
Reading state information... Done

No apt package "clementine", but there is a snap with that name.
Try "snap install clementine"

E: Unable to locate package clementine
[email protected] ~ $

My computers:
Acer Chromebook
Asus notebook x102B, running on Peppermint 9.


In a world without fences and walls, who needs Gates and Windows?

Melissa

Quote from: Keith on August 21, 2020, 07:05:10 PM
.....alternatively:  you might try downloading Brasero from the internet and installing it yourself. 

If you search for "brasero linux download" you will find lots of places to download it from,  e.g. https://download.cnet.com/Brasero-for-Linux/3000-2646_4-75207025.html (https://download.cnet.com/Brasero-for-Linux/3000-2646_4-75207025.html).
Since Peppermint is Ubuntu-based I am fairly confident that it will work OK. 

Let me know what you think.
Keith

Well I know how to download it- save the folder on my desktop, but after that I don't know how to install it. Mark used to tell me what to do next on such things.
My computers:
Acer Chromebook
Asus notebook x102B, running on Peppermint 9.


In a world without fences and walls, who needs Gates and Windows?


Keith

I think I just double-clicked on the file and it installed - try it.


wishbone

Try "sudo dpkg -l brasero" to confirm it`s not there.

As Keith said try "sudo apt-get update" to update, then "sudo apt-get install brasero", then try " sudo dpkg -l brasero" again to confirm it is there, or not.

Sorry it`s a repetition, belt & braces aproach.

Davdi_J_D

If, after  Keith's and Wishbone's suggestions, you still are missing Brasero, you can download it here: https://pkgs.org/download/brasero (https://pkgs.org/download/brasero), for your Peppermint 9, scroll down to Ubuntu 18.04 and download that version. It should be a .deb file. Peppermint should install it using gdebi. Don't forget you'll need to use your password to authorise it.

Keith

That's a very useful site, David.  Solved a different problem for me.  Many thanks.

Keith

Keith

Hi Melissa.

Did you succeed in downloading Brasero from either of the sites suggested?
If you have solved your problem (in any way) please let us know and mark your post as Solved. 

As an aside; 
1. The latest version of Audacity (2.2.1) will save MP3 files as WAV files that you can burn to a CD and play on your retro radio. 
2.  Xubuntu has many CD/DVD burners available for installation (along with many other useful applications) and will work well on your netbook, so you might consider installing it. 

Keith

Melissa

Sorry guys, I have a new Chromebook ( refurbished one off Ebay so new to me) which is my main laptop now ( it has an SSD drive so is very fast!) so not been using my Linux netbook that much lately ( use it mostly for scanning pix). I'll power it up tomorrow and try and see if I can get Brasero on it using your instructions.
My computers:
Acer Chromebook
Asus notebook x102B, running on Peppermint 9.


In a world without fences and walls, who needs Gates and Windows?