I was browsing here, and came across Ulfnic’s Terminal Tuesday thread. And while I don’t understand a lot of it, it got me thinking. I have a headless server, but it rips my CDs and DVDs for use with Jellyfin. I had been using the commandline, but couldn’t get the rip I wanted.
Turns out, if you run
ssh -x you can then run programs like
handbrake-gtk FROM your server but ON your local machine! This helped me try several different audio/video options to get Handbrake right, and let me use Picard to quickly relabel/rename a few CDs that all got uploaded as Title1.mp3 instead of the right name when I ripped it.