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Try this: Open a terminal,Press Ctrl+Alt+T Run it: sudo -i apt-get update apt-get install --reinstall brasero brasero-cdrkit brasero-common cdrdao cdparanoia cue2toc dvdauthor dvd+rw-tools genisoimage wodim If the error persists, I suggest change to k3b
I've also had significant ttrouble getting audio ripping working using 14.04 (which is now the latest stable release). RipOff doesn't find any plugins to encode, asunder freezes very frequently etc. The asunder problems at least are fixed in Doug McMahon's CD Ripping PPA and that also contains a version of rubyripper - I recommend using this PPA
I installed Audacity! I am just cutting the audio I want. Got it!
I suspect you're blindly following some instructions on how to mount an Ubuntu ISO image using the loop device. sudo mkdir -p /media/cdrom This creates a directory cdrom owned by root in /media if not existing, and it's meant to be used as the to be mounted filesystem's mount point; cd ~ This changes the current working directory of your terminal ...
First make sure you have mounted loop device kernel module. So run: lsmod | grep loop If you get no output, that means you have to mount the loop device kernel module . So: modprobe loop Re-run the following to make sure the module is loaded. You should get some outputs: lsmod | grep loop Now, to mount an ISO file as loop device do the ...
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