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Every time that I start K3B I get a prompt that asks me to install additional packages, specifically some mp3 codecs.

This seems strange, because once I have installed them once they should be available forever, not just for the current session; but, after a better check, I discovered that this is not the case, because my K3B can perfectly handle MP3 even without installing the packages: it seems that it asks me to install packages that are already present.

What's the reason of this odd behaviour, and how can I do to get rid of it?

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This is a bug in k3b, either click on the Don't show again (if shown) or go to System Settings > Application and System Notifications > Other Notifications > Restricted Codec Availability and turn it off there.

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