k3b (not secure, but based off of cdparanoia, so very accurate; great for KDE)
I just know that when I used RubyRipper, the checksums on my rips matched (meaning cdparanoia yielded a secure rip both times) on just as many cd's as EAC was able to return a secure rip. therefore, I am comfortable recommending it as a very solid ripper to new users. also, I look forward to see where the development in the future will go.
Question about Ruby Ripper.Any Ubuntu users here who've had luck getting it to install? I get errors re: libc6. Apparently the version it needs is different than what is on my machine and it won't upgrade.jsg
You're probably better of asking on ubuntu forums.