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Description of problem:
Whether I try to launch sound-juicer from the menu or the command-line, the
program hangs and seems to be caught perhaps in an infinite loop. The console
INFO ( 6383: 0) Initializing GStreamer Core Library version 0.6.3
INFO ( 6383: 0) CPU features: (c1c7f9ff) MMX 3DNOW MMXEXT
INFO ( 6383: 0) registry: loaded global_registry in 0.129366 seconds
This CD could not be queried: Cannot find server: mm.musicbrainz.org
It never gets farther than this. This machine is not connected to the Internet.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Launch sound-juicer
Actual Results: Hangs. I can hear the machine working on something, but it just
keeps going and going, with the process remaining in the list even after the
launch icon vanishes from the panel.
Expected Results: sound-juicer launches!
This is a VMWare installation.
I've also got a vmware installation with a failing sound-juicer. Have you tried
it without a CD in? I find that I can open sound-juicer with the CD in but if I
try to reload after placing the CD in the drive then sound-juicer crashes. If I
have one in there when I open sound-juicer, I get the same exact result you do.
Very frustrating and I'm on a serious deadline. Grr.
This seems fixed now (sound-juicer-0.5.4-1) w/ or w/o CD inserted, so I'm
closing. Please reopen if still seen....
i still see this in fedora core 1 (sound juicer 0.5.5). the device
setting wasn't set. fire up [menu] --> System Tools --> More System
Tools --> Configuration Editor, nav to > apps > sound-juicer and
update the 'device' setting (likely /dev/cdrom). ba-da-bing