adcd is a cd player for Linux with a ncurses (text mode) interface. adcd can play all the tracks from a disc in order (linear mode), or in the order specified by the user (playlist mode), and includes all the functions expected in a stand-alone cd player, including random play and loop mode.
CD-Command is a primitive commandline CD player/ripper which supports CDDB lookups and can cache CDDB information for offline use.
cd-console is a curses-based cd-player for Linux. It features one key access to first 20 tracks, two key access to tracks 20-40, random or programmed mode, and looping. The software has been more or less abandoned for years.
cda123 is an mpg123(321)/ogg123 tool like that plays audio CDs tracks. It can displays CDDB tracks names. Its main use is for tmms, but can also be used as a standalone command-line cd-player.
CDAudio provides a system-independent interface to audio cds. The ioctl backend is written in C, a Python interface is generated with Swig, and the CDAudio.py module provides a nice Python interface.
cdcd is a command-driven cd player; it uses the facilities provided by libcdaudio and can be called just once to do one particular action.
cdloop is a audio-CD-Player with special looping capabilities intended for musicians who want to analyze or play along parts of a CD. The boundaries of the looped area on the CD can be adjusted in small steps and cdloop can pause before repeating the loop again so you “stay in the groove“.
Cdman is yet another programs that makes audio cdroms play. It has no user interface (at all) so is suited for machines with limited ram.
cdp is a program that plays CDs at the linux console. It has a full-screen ncurses mode, and a command-line mode suitable for scripts that wish to play audio CDs.
Cdparanoia is a Compact Disc Digital Audio (CDDA) extraction tool, commonly known on the net as a 'ripper'. The application is built on top of the Paranoia library, which is doing the real work (the Paranoia source is included in the cdparanoia source distribution). Like the original cdda2wav, cdparanoia package reads audio from the CDROM directly as data, with no analog step between, and writes the data to a file or pipe in WAV, AIFC or raw 16 bit linear PCM. Read more
CDPlay is a CD player with the following features: fits into 44k of memory, doesn't take up any icon bar space, and can handle multiple CDROM drives.
Dagrab is a program for reading audio tracks from a cdrom drive into wav sound files. It should work with any cdrom drive,provided that digital audio extraction is supported from both the drive and its linux driver, but is only tested with IDE cdroms.
dcd is a small but powerful command-line
audio CD player. It can be programmed
like many audio CD players and is surprisingly full-featured.
jac is a command line Cd player that allows you to listen your CDs in any way, without having a console dedicated to that. It allows you to play your CDs in any order with looping features (on track, playlist or entire CD), random playing, backwards playing, and many other features. It supports Italian and English language.
Lazy is a console-based CD-Player with FreeDB support, developed in order to have a CD-Player with an interface such as mpg123, displaying artist and track names.
mcdp is a really small cd player for Linux with a curses-like user interface. It compiles against dietlibc, supports minimal remote/local cddb/freedb track data, different play methods and volume control.
mkcdtoc is a command-line utility to create toc-files for cdrdao. It reads a list of audio files in simple text or M3U format. The program can be extended via plugins. There is plugins to fill CD-TEXT blocks and perform audio file conversion.
mp3burn is a simple command line tool for making audio CDs from mp3s without filling up your disk with .wav files. It requires perl, mpg123, and cdrecord.
pcd is a very simple command-line CD player.
sbcd is a curses-based CD player for linux/unix, with an interface based on Creative Labs' DOS-based play utility, that was bundled with Sound Blasters some years ago.