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Well that is true, but its a heck of a deal. If your total system hardware cost is 3-500 bucks (given that a lot of us run the various Unices on what amounts to cast-off systems, for personal use anyway) and the OS and software are free, a 50-100 Dollar (US) driver is pretty cheap.

If you are in a Corporate Environment then 100 Dollars is nothing, and sound probably not that important either.

If you are doing it for a hobby on a "Home" system, its just a part of the cost of the hobby, whether its fuel for a model plane or a faster processor or a custom driver, its all part of the cost of the hobby.
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sound-juicer(1) 					      General Commands Manual						   sound-juicer(1)

NAME
sound-juicer - GNOME-desktop CD ripper and player using GStreamer SYNOPSIS
sound-juicer [option...] DESCRIPTION
sound-juicer is a CD ripper and player for GNOME which aims to have a simple, clean, easy to use interface. sound-juicer supports encoding to several popular audio formats such as Ogg Vorbis and FLAC, additional formats can be added through GStreamer plugins. For additional documentation on interactive use of sound-juicer select the Help menu option. The menus allow access to features not avail- able through command-line options. OPTIONS
-a, --auto-start Start extracting immediately -p, --play Start playing immediately -d, --device=DEVICE What CD device to read --display=DISPLAY X display to use -?, --help Show help options --help-all Show all help options --help-gst Show GStreamer Options --help-gtk Show GTK+ Options --help-bonobo-activation Show Bonobo Activation options --help-gnome Show GNOME options --help-gnome-session Show session management options --help-gnome-ui Show GNOME GUI options AUTHOR
sound-juicer was written by Ross Burton <ross@burtonini.com>. This manual page was written by Sven Arvidsson <sa@whiz.se>, for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others). SEE ALSO
The online documentation available through the program's Help menu. GNOME
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