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|Originally Published: Tuesday, 11 January 2000||Author: Dan Murray|
|Published to: enhance_articles_multimedia/Audio||Page: 1/1 - [Std View]|
Having problems ripping your favorite song under Linux?  Is it your cdrom, or is your cd's?  Who cares, we've got Cdparanoia.
A lot of cdroms are not very forgiving when ripping Red Book Audio, especially if you don't treat your cd's with care.  That's where Cdparanoia comes in.
Cdparanoia is a basic mp3 ripper designed for cdroms that just don't seem to work properly.  In addition to being able to rip music off of previously incapable cdroms, it also boasts being somewhat fault-tolerant when reading cds with dust and scratches.
If you want more info about Cdparanoia check it out...