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I hope I've posted this in the right section. I'm new to Linux ( Fedora 16 ) I'm trying to move away from Windows 7 and looking for a replacement ...
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    New2Linux: Secure Ripping & Lossless + Playback


    I hope I've posted this in the right section. I'm new to Linux (Fedora 16) I'm trying to move away from Windows 7 and looking for a replacement to my old "setup".

    With Windows I use EAC/Dbpoweramp to rip CDs to Apple Lossless and playback via iTunes. I have used other programs Winamp, Songbird, Foobar200 etc but to my shame I like iTunes.

    I don't think I have any codecs installed other than those that may come with F16. I don't mind using FLAC although it would be nice to have more options.

    Could you suggest a secure CD ripper, file converter and playback software for Linux?

    With installation instructions/walkthough I haven't got the hang of things yet.

    Thank you

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    While there are certainly more options available, I've never had any issues with either Brasero or k3b.
    And while I've not used it, Amarok has a great reputaion.
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