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try using a decent burner like eroaster of gnome-toaster (or gcombust) which will autoamtically convert them for you. or use xmms's diskwriter output to write to wav, or use mpg123 / mpg321 or a billion other ways. xcdroast still sucks big time.
Nothing works. The XCDRoast is the only thing that works. Okay you say use eroaster, sure I have it on my screen, now how the hell does it work? How do you turn the .mp3 (on my HD) into a .wav (to the same directory)? I 'm just looking for one single solution I don't care, just anything that works. The names of programs don't help in most cases, but I'll look into mpg321.
I can't even get eroaster to install because it wants pygnome and pygnome wants libzvt-2 but since I have libzvt (no 2) it insists that the package is alreayd installed and won't do anything about it. Thus six package downloads later I'm trying to find mpg123 as it is not included with Redhat 8.0 due to issues with software rights.