I'll take a different tack. There is another app in the Ubuntu Repos called
You can install it like this:
sudo apt-get install abcde cd-discid lame cdparanoia id3 id3v2
nb. This also installs Postfix as a dependency, but you can remove it safely after installation.
Then copy over the config:
cp /etc/abcde.conf ~/.abcde.conf
Open this new copy of
~/.abcde.conf file in your favorite editor.
Uncomment the Lame Encoder on line 134:
Uncomment and edit line 363 with your CD/DVD-ROM Drive:
Uncomment and edit the output directory:
Save and close the document.
Insert your CD into your CD/DVD-ROM Drive.
Open your Terminal and type
abcde, sit back and let the magic happen :)
The output folder
~/music/ should eventually fill up with all your songs in glorious MP3, with IDv3 tags and proper naming.
Occasionally, you may need to fix them yourself though.
There are a LOT of possible output options, and you should seriously read through
~/.abcde.conf carefully. It's very well commented.
This is a little bit of work, but once it's done, you dont really have to worry anymore. Just run the terminal command and done :)