Well this is quite difficult but you will able to do it. You need EAC and as you said the FLAC encoder.
Well the first step is to configure EAC:
Go to EAC > Drive Options, and click on the button “Detect Read Features”, once you’ve clicked a box like this will appear:
If your drive caches audio data check the box “Drive cahces audio data”. About the C2 information it’s better not to use it because no drive is 100% accurate and it’s safe not to use it.
On the Offset/Speed tab, it’s better to use AccurateRip to find the Read Offset Correction of your drive. If you have different pressings of your CDs, check this list, find your drive and manually insert the read offset correction on the box. For editing in the box, you have to un-check “Use AccurateRip with this drive”.
Next on EAC > EAC Options on Tools tab, make sure to check “Retrieve UPC / ISRC codes in CUE sheet generation” if you want you can check “On extraction, start external compressors queued in the background” it will start encoding after you have ripped a track and it will be a little bit faster.
For configuring the FLAC encoder go to EAC > Compression Options. Go to “External Compression” tab and on Parameter passing scheme choose “User Defined Encoder”; in the box below write .flac. Next search where your FLAC encoder is located and in “Additional command line options” write this : -8 -V -T “artist=%a” -T “title=%t” -T “album=%g” -T “date=%y” -T “tracknumber=%n” -T “genre=%m” %s. Check the box “Delete WAV after compression”.
Well and this is all (I think) you can start ripping your CDs and don’t forget to create a CUE sheet on Action > Create CUE Sheet > Multiple WAV Files With Gaps (Noncompliant). And you will get 1:1 copy :).