couple options... cdrecord or cdrdao (<-- best in my opinion)
hopefully you have a scsi cd burner? as these programs don't work with ide drivers. If you don't have a scsi burner you will need to enable scsi emulation for you ide burner, a very fun process
quick run down;
check kernel if scsi-emulation is enabled;
if you're familiar with checking kernel build or just try to load module ide-scsi.. as root "modprobe ide-scsi"
pass boot params to your boot manager to define which ide drivers act as scsi;
"append hda=ide-scsi" this will set ide device hda as a scsi device
load the appropriate drivers mainl ide-scsi and sg then you're good to go.
once all that is taken care of you can scan scsi bus with either app to get a read like
cdrom scsi device 2,1,0
2,1,0 being the id for the device then you're ready to go.
cdrdao write --device 2,1,0 --driver generic-mmc --overburn this-cue-file.cue
cdrecord pretty much the same.. install both apps and man up
hope i didn't scare you with all this