Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 477915
Sound Juicer can not write to the filesystem
Last modified: 2009-12-18 02:23:40 EST
If i try to rip a Cd with Sound Juicer i get the following error message (if i push the extract button):
Sound Juicer could not extract this CD.
Reason: Failed to create output directory: Error creating directory: Permission denied
I try to extract the file into my music folder (where i have read/write permissions).
Does Sound Juicer use any tmp-folder?
No problems as root user.
Found the problem, it only appears if I remove the artist.
If you can still reproduce the problem, could you please get the output of an "strace -vvv" or a GST_DEBUG="*:5" sound-juicer?
Are you ripping onto a vfat (or other non-ext filesystems)? I think there might still be a leading space which some of those filesystems wouldn't like.
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