cdrecord: cdrecord allows the creation of both audio and data CDs. It supports CD
recorders from DynaTec, Hi-Val, JVC, Kodak, Philips, Pinnacle, Ricoh,
Smart& Friendly, TEAC, Taiyo, HP, Plasmon, Grundig, Mistumi, Yamaha, and
Sony. It has several advantages over "cdwrite", another popular CD writing
tool, for example, full multi session support and human readable error
messages. Last modification on November 1 2000.
CDDA Paranoia: ``Use your CDROM drive to read audio tracks under Linux.... and have it
always work right!'' Last modification on May 28 1999.
CD builder. Last modification on September 8 2000.
Grip: Grip is a Gtk-based front-end for CD-rippers such as cdparanoia and
cdda2wav. It allows you to rip entire tracks, or pinpoint a section of a track
to rip. It can also call your favorite MP3 encoder to encode the resulting .wav
file. Finally, it functions as a CD player with CDDB lookup. Last modification on August 21 1999.
cdr: cdr stands for Create/Duplicate/Rip. It is a Perl program that uses
dialog to provide an ncurses frontend for ripping audio and encoding MP3s. It
supports l3enc, l3dec, cdda2wav, cdparanoia, amp, bladeenc, and 8hz-mp3. Last modification on December 30 2000.
dcd: Simple command-line CD player Last modification on December 8 2000.
cdcd: cdcd is a CLI CD player designed to incorporate all the features of the
X and curses based CD players, without having to use a clunky push-button
interface or having a console hogged with a curses-based CD player. Last modification on August 19 1999.
Backburner: CD-Rewritable stream fixation and restoration (backup) software. Last modification on April 25 1999.
Juke: Curses based juke box program Last modification on December 30 2000.
Sing-Along Disc Player: A text-mode CD player with spectrum analyser, oscillator and DB. Last modification on April 30 2000.
demcd: CDPlayer for Linux Last modification on September 18 1999.
KreateCD: Frontend for CD writers using KDE Last modification on December 30 2000.
gcombust: gtk+ frontend for mkisofs and cdrecord Last modification on December 16 2000.