I was (and still am) a big fan of Calvin from Park Tools' method (glue only) BUT that works best for higher pressure road tires, not the low pressure, twisting, and high side-loading seen in CX. Glue & tape the Belgian way for CX, anything else is a distant second. IF the below link doesn't work, go to cyclorossworld, the tech section, and tubular gluing.
FallDownGoBoom is right that the Park Tool method is good, but you have to be so precise with it for CX that it becomes a gamble. Use Tape and Glue. It will last you through the entire season through any and all kinds of conditions. When we glue up the wheels they're so strong that you can ride them completely flat and they won't come off. And you'll need a nice sharp blade to cut the tires off the rims.
The biggest risk is that you have to be very careful when removing the tires from the carbon wheel. We've had customers who have tried to remove a tire we installed and they ended up pulling the carbon off the tire-well.
We actually had really good luck with using the Tufo tape, though honestly the "Belgian" tape that Stu imports works better. When installing the Tufo tape its all about the timing of the first app of glue to the tape application. If you can get the tape on while the glue is tacky, it should hold well.
The Belgian is basically more forgiving, so you can be a little more lax in your timing of glue to tape.
I don't have enough wheelsets to justify a large roll, but I did track down the small rolls. It took me much longer than I care to admit to find this, so I thought I would save everyone the time and effort- thought you should know... Got mine in about three days after I placed the order.