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  • jnc
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cued-1.1.0 a new cd ripper for Ubuntu Linux
Robert Fuller's cued, a tool for cd audio ripping on Linux comparable in output to EAC, is now packaged up with bugfixes and released for Ubuntu Linux users: https://launchpad.net/~eshattow/+archive/cued

cued-1.1.0
- bugfix: printf "%s" specifier missing
- bugfix: printf "%lu" used with size_t
- Autotool-ify build system
- Do not use cddb by default ; option "no-cddb" becomes "use-cddb"

Version bump, fixes, and published package are with permission of cued author Robert Fuller.

Source available from http://ppa.launchpad.net/eshattow/cued/ubu...0ubuntu2.tar.gz

  • jnc
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cued-1.1.0 a new cd ripper for Ubuntu Linux
Reply #1
New to cued? It's a cd ripper with a libcdio based backend. Interesting features include sample offset capabilities and support for several Q sub-channel read methods. Contents of the Q sub-channel data can be saved as a file and decoded with the qdump utility (included). Cuesheet generation is also supported.

Example to rip album as single file "output.wav" with cuesheet "output.cue" and "+667 AccurateRip" offset correction:

$ cued -v -n output -c output.cue -x -o 697 -w /dev/cdrom
progress: opened device "/dev/cdrom"
progress: reading sectors from 0 to 184706

*Note the 30 samples difference between cued arguments and the published offset tables for AccurateRip.

Please test if you are an Ubuntu user (or any Linux user, see first post for source code download). Feedback wanted.
  • Last Edit: 17 November, 2010, 04:00:20 AM by jnc

  • HotshotGG
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cued-1.1.0 a new cd ripper for Ubuntu Linux
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Please test if you are an Ubuntu user (or any Linux user, see first post for source code download). Feedback wanted.


I will download it and test it out I am running Lucid Lynx 10.04. I normally use Rubyripper, but any new homebrewed apps are welcomed in the community. Once I compile the source code in my sparetime I will get back to you and let you know what I think! Thanks for the update.
  • Last Edit: 17 November, 2010, 05:43:18 PM by HotshotGG
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  • jnc
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cued-1.1.0 a new cd ripper for Ubuntu Linux
Reply #3
I will download it and test it out I am running Lucid Lynx 10.04. I normally use Rubyripper, but any new homebrewed apps are welcomed in the community. Once I compile the source code in my sparetime I will get back to you and let you know what I think! Thanks for the update.


Should be easy.

$ sudo apt-add-repository ppa:eshattow/cued
$ sudo apt-get build-dep cued
$ apt-get source cued
$ cd cued-1.1.0ubuntu2
cued-1.1.0ubuntu2$ dpkg-buildpackage -rfakeroot -tc -uc
cued-1.1.0ubuntu2$ cd ..
$ sudo dpkg -i cued_1.1.0ubuntu2_*.deb

You can get a list of files the package contains / are installed:
$ dpkg -L cued
...
/usr/bin/sfanal
/usr/bin/cued
/usr/bin/qdump
/usr/bin/sfcat
/usr/bin/sfcmp
...

I have used cued and qdump, and the other programs I'm not sure about.

  • jnc
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cued-1.1.0 a new cd ripper for Ubuntu Linux
Reply #4
Already bumped to cued-1.1.1 and builds added in PPA for lucid / maverick / natty:
  - Version bump
  - Drive offset option changed (-O) to match EAC values instead of EAC-30
  - Cuesheet output guesses at datafile name and type from naming pattern

Link to source: https://launchpad.net/~eshattow/+archive/cu...0ubuntu1.tar.gz