I need to rip a cd, and for this I opened Rhythmbox. I don't see any button though, where I can start a rip?
Am I missing something? Does anybody have a tip how to rip with Rhythmbox?
on 06/02/2012 – Made popular on 06/02/2012
I stopped using rhythmbox years ago because I thought banshee was better, now I would say as far as the 2 players go rhythmbox seems to be much less buggy, (no this isn't a which player is better thread so lets not go there) anyway I use bash scripts to control banshee after login, to get it to start in the background and play music automatically, I want to switch to rhythmbox but can't seem to fi
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