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Woodnthings has a simple straight line rip jig in this thread.

http://www.woodworkingtalk.com/f27/straight-line-rip-jig-40532/

For the plywood, you could simply tape a straight piece of lumber to the side of the plywood. Needs to be as long or longer than the plywood.

You would also hand plane one edge straight - if you have a decent hand plane.

If you do not want to change the cabinet design, consider adding solid oak edge pieces. Not difficult to make or attach and actually may look better than seeing the edge of the plywood.
 
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