7 Best Linux Apps for Ripping CDs and DVDs

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jibran_pcc

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moris

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Wholesalers

You are msissing some great rippers like handbrake they are good but it will be not justice if you also miss some good rippers its david from http://www.dailytrader.com

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rickatnight11

Why is Handbrake not on this list?

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JDorfler

No handbrake or OGMrip?  OH come on.  What about WinFF as well?

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Gigabyte

^^

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rickatnight11

My comment or this article?

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hack3rcmv

Ummm, isn't this a LINUX CD AND DVD RIPPING GUIDE not a WINDOWS CD AND DVD RIPPING GUIDE? I don't think that handbrake or WinFF (win=windows... windows programs don't work on linux) are available on linux. 

Clay =]

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acdev

Handbrake and WinFF are available on Linux. In fact, they're open source, so you're probably lucky that someone ported them to Windows in the first place.

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Toady00

Yes handbrake is available for Linux. If I'm not mistaken its even in the repositories (possibly under the restricted extras but its there).

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JDorfler

Ubuntu Personal Package Archives

Just search for Handbrake or WinFF or any other project/app you can think of.  Then add it to your repo list.  Too easy.

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