Description of problem:
I am ripping my entire CD collection, so I have grip set to auto rip on insert/auto eject when done. I'm not sure what format I'm ultimately going to encode the tracks in, so I set grip to save the wav files. Often, however, grip rips all the tracks of a disk, and successfully encodes them, but then starts encoding them all over and over again, I believe forever. (I've let it go through all the tracks several times.) It does not re-rip them, though. It's not 100% reproducible, however.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Intermittent, I have found no pattern to the problem appearance.
Steps to Reproduce:
Set grip to auto rip on insert, auto eject when done, save .wav files
rip & encode a disk (as ogg in my case)
This is an absolutely stock, up-to-date F11 box; I have no additional repositories configured except Adobe, which should be irrelevant to this bug. I.e., this is all code that ships with F11, not some weird non-free repo version.
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As I have completed the CD ripping project, I don't have any data as to whether the bug continues to exist. Agree with closing.