Since I installed Ubuntu 12.04, Rhythmbox, Banshee and Sound Juicer have started acting weird around double cd's, and specifically, cd #2 of said double cd.
- Sometimes, they will show the information of cd #1. Track names, durations, and even count are incorrect.
- Sometimes, they will first show the tracks for cd #1, then continue onto cd #2 if cd #2 has more tracks than #1.
- Sound Juicer seems to be unable to find any track durations at all, even for single cd's.
Obviously, this is a pain when I'm trying to rip double cd's. And I have a fair number of them, which I want to rip.
This happens on both my machines (a slightly aging iMac, and a 1-year-old Sony Vaio). However, on previous versions of Ubuntu, this never happened. All on the same machines. So I suspect 12.04 is using a different lib for extracting audio cd data. Just for kicks, I tried with Linux Mint 13, and there it works correctly, even though it claims to be based on Ubuntu 12.04 and therefore should be using (partially) the same software. So if the Mint guys can fix it, I should be able to do it too, right?
So, my question: what changed in 12.04 that could cause this? And more importantly: what can I do to fix it?
UPDATE Installed versions of relevant software packages, according to Synaptic:
- libmusicbrainz3-6: 3.0.2-2.1
- libmusicbrainz4-3: 4.0.0-0ubuntu1
- sound-juicer: 3.4.0-1ubuntu1
- rhythmbox: 2.96-0ubuntu4