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I figured with 3 whole responses, one of them would have mentioned cdparanoia.
I don't know what you've used in windows, but if it wasn't EAC I'd say cdparanoia beats it....I've been using it with dekagen as a frontend, and it does really well
and there is a last resort to rip cd-tracks in mp3, where you need no software. just type "audiocd://" in the konqueror location bar, and the audion cd will open with virtual directories. go into the directory named Ogg Vorbis, can you see the tracks in *.ogg format? now copy a track and paste it to your desktop! BUT this process takes some time!!