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Re: [opensuse] Splitting MP3's
  • From: Leendert Meyer <leen.meyer@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 11 Dec 2006 00:45:27 +0100
  • Message-id: <200612110045.27784.leen.meyer@xxxxxxx>
On Monday 11 December 2006 00:32, John K Masters wrote:
> Looks good. I installed smart and all your suggested repos.
> Installed Audacity (after uninstalling previous attempt) but still
> get the same message about not compiled with MP3 support. BTW I am
> streaming MP3's off my server quite successfully using Rhythmbox.

You can do it too with YaST.

Add as an
installation source to YaST (YaST -> Software -> Installation

Install audacity from **packman** with YaST (YaST -> Software ->
Software Management). To identify audacity from packman, note
the 'pm' in the version (column 'Avail.Ver.'). I installed Or check the "Version"-tab in the bottom-right pane
of YaST. You should have to versions there: 1.2.4b-55 from openSUSE
and (packman's). Select Packman's.

Click the "Accept" button. In my case, a window opened, notifying
Automatic changes: libid3tag, libmspack, mad, wxGTK. The mad package
is from packman. These 4 packages are also installed.

Click "Continue" to continue (doh!).

After installing, I ran audacity, and opened an mp3-file. It imported
the file, without complaining. I pressed the "Play"-button and the
file played (I could hear it). I guess this audacity does have mp3

#> rpm -qa | egrep 'audacity|lame'


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