Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 372141
Question marks in track names cause error in kaudiocreator when ripping CDs
Last modified: 2008-02-04 07:00:48 EST
Description of problem:
KAudioCreator/oggenc complains when it tries to rip/encode a track that has a
question mark in its title, and won't encode the track.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Insert CD
2. Choose 'Rip audio tracks with KAudioCreator'
3. Select track that contains a question mark (?)
4. Click the 'Rip Selection' toolbar button. (encoding set to Ogg Vorbis)
Encoding Failed - KAudioCreator
The encoded file was not created.
Please check the encoder options.
The wav file has been removed.
Do you want to see the full encoder output?
oggenc -o '/mnt/ddrive/music/ripped/Elvis Presley/30 #1 Hits/16 - Are You
Lonesome Tonight?.ogg' --artist 'Elvis Presley' --album '30 #1 Hits' --title
'Are You Lonesome Tonight?' --date '2002' --tracknum '16' --genre 'Rock & Roll'
Opening with wav module: WAV file reader
ERROR: Cannot open output file "/mnt/ddrive/music/ripped/Elvis Presley/30 #1
Hits/16 - Are You Lonesome Tonight?.ogg": Invalid argument
Track should be ripped and encoded.
likely not something we can address within fedora, best to take this issue
upstream to bugs.kde.org.
It's (likely) a problem with a FAT32 partition which is described (together with
a workaround) in https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=97305. Closing