On Fri, 10 Mar 2000, John Hegarty wrote:
> I am looking for a good CD to MP3 or WAV to MP3 program for
> linux.Something in a nice handy RPM (i am lazy today).
grip is very nice...gtk gui, will interface with nearly any cd ripper or
mp3 encoder. It defaults to cdparanoia (which is builtin), and BladeEnc
Just after looking at bladeEnc homepage...no binaries available at the mo
(threats from big companies...boo, hiss), but source is available.
Anyway, the grip homepage has links to some other encoders
>> Also i have a Diamond Rio MP3 player , anyone know of drivers to connect
> to it under linux.
Can't help you there...
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