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    are there any good, easy to use CD rippers for Linux that can rip tracfks from and audio CD to mp3 files?

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    Re: CD Rippers

    Quote Originally Posted by zachtib
    are there any good, easy to use CD rippers for Linux that can rip tracfks from and audio CD to mp3 files?
    yeah grip should be installed by default

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    Re: CD Rippers

    Quote Originally Posted by alterrocker85
    Quote Originally Posted by zachtib
    are there any good, easy to use CD rippers for Linux that can rip tracfks from and audio CD to mp3 files?
    yeah grip should be installed by default
    maybe it's not but it's on the cd so install it though yast

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    you can check out gRip at http://grip.sourceforge.net/.
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