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The easiest way is using K3B. 1.- Open the CUE file in K3B. 2.- Choose convert tracks to FLAC. 3.- Press Start. It will not re-convert the tracks but only split them into tracks according to the CUE file. It will keep the original name of each track and it takes second to complete the "convertion/split".
Can't add a comment because of lack of reputation, but want to tell to those of you who have GPT disk when testing it with fdisk, use gdsik instead to get start sector and count proper offset. It helped me. fdisk -l gave me: Device Boot Start End Blocks Id System vm2080737.bak1 * 1 3901 31457279+ ee GPT ...
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