Is it possible to use EAC (or a competing product but I like EAC) via command line only? I don't mean config of LAME settings via command line but actually calling EAC and ripping tracks from CD to mp3 from command line. With my HTPC frontend i'd like it to be as simple as insert CD, press "Copy" or whatever on the remote, and EAC is auto-launched, looks up track info on freedb and auto-picks the best title match, and then rips/encodes the files to hard disk, i.e. do exactly what EAC does except without having to have any user interaction. I've been looking for a list of command line switches for EAC but haven't had much luck. The encoding doesn't have to be anything special, it's not that that i'm concerned with/having trouble with, but rather getting EAC to work from the command line. Even better would be a guide to command line use of EAC, but if someone can provide a link to the command line switches that would be more than enough to help alot.
... Oh and incidentally running winXP, not linux; cdda2wav doesn't appear to have been ported to it. Thanks for the replies though.
bhoar sez:>Actually, it is possible, REACT has shown the way: use AutoIT to >automate EAC. That's scripting a GUI app, not command line usage. But since the OP found what he wanted, this is beyond the point. =)