Exact Audio Copy V1.0 beta 3 (including CDRDAO and Flac packages) last changed on 22.09.11
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Everything seen but the interface to edit track names is buggy (you need to type F2 to edit the first one and then ENTER until you are on the one you want to edit; or play with double-click and TAB/SHIFT+TAB)
What does not
The interface to edit track names is buggy: you cannot select what to edit (see above)
What was not tested
AccurateRip and burning.
After installing you need to register some DLL, see http://bugs.winehq.org/show_bug.cgi?id=25340#c4;
And then to get your CD's recognized in the application, you need to choice between the following:
METHOD 1 (using "native" mode)
For this method to work, you need a mount point for the CD
(fstab) and this mount point must be accessible by Wine (r-x).
1. launch winecfg
2. in the Drives tab, add a letter
3. set the path to the mount point
4. click on Show Advanced ant select the type (CD-ROM)
5. exit winecfg with OK.
METHOD 2 (using "ASPI" mode)
go in the "EAC Options" (F9), Interface tab, and choose
External ASPI interface in place of the Native one (and
click OK!). Now quit EAC and restart it: you're done!
"EAC Doesn't Detect my CD Drive"
by Bastian on Sunday August 19th 2012, 10:34
These days I have this problem and I have yet to figure out why it happens. What I have found out, though, is that when I insert a DVD and open DVDFab while having EAC open in the background, EAC all of a sudden detects the drive. Now, eject the DVD, insert an Audio CD and you should be ready to rip.