Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 130062
k3b will not burn mp3s after update
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:10:47 EST
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Description of problem:
About a week ago i installed fedora core 2 on my computer. k3b at that
time worked perfectly. i shortly afterwards used up2date to update k3b
to version k3b-0.11.12-1. after this i had no problems until today
when i tried burning a cd and it popped up with an error messagin
stating "the following files are in an unsupported format", the newly
unsupported format being mp3.
i uninstalled k3b and reinstalled from cd and i recieve the same error.
i have been unable to find a fix for this ANYWHERE.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. install fedora core 2 from scratch
2. update k3b
3. try to burn a music cd from mp3s.
Actual Results: i have not tried to reproduce this... i do not want
to reinstall fedora core 2 from scratch.
Created attachment 102801 [details]
work i've done and new info/ error messages
There can't be mp3 support by Red Hat, as well there isn't mp3 support
in XMMS for the same reason...
There's inofficial k3b-mp3 package at
try to install the latest one...or alternatively downgrade to the older
k3b with mp3 support.
I think this bug can be closed as notabug.