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best cd burning app for linux?

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  • Started 7 years ago by supermansghost
  • Latest reply from michael
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supermansghost
supermansghost
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The other thread about vista made me think... what's the best app for cd burning on linux? I'm using ubuntu

Posted 7 years ago
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Zig
Zig
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Linux has alot of good opensource options but Nero is also available for linux.

Posted 7 years ago
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supermansghost
supermansghost
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I've used gnomebaker which is pretty good

Posted 7 years ago
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thegeek
The Geek
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I use k3b in kubuntu... works great.

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trevor
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I would like to second k3b. I've used it in Ubunutu (gnome) and it worked fine.

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ansi92
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I'll third k3b, great app.

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jake
jake
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K3B is my favorite CD/DVD burning application- I highly recommend giving it a shot. A GNOME equivalent is GnomeBaker, but I've had a lot of issues with it in the past, so I reccomend using K3B if you don't mind having thde KDE libs. However, if you need to do anything with Blu-Ray or HD-DVD, the propietary Nero for Linux is your only option at this time as far as I know.

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Sal
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OK - I'll add my penny's worth too - I use K3B in PCLinuxOS - works great every time. I like it better than Roxio in Windows !!

Posted 6 years ago
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syn
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i like to use nero burner lots of extra options to chose from..... being i have never tried k3b

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michael
michael
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I use Nero 8 Ultra Edition on Windows Vista Ultimate, and when I am on Ubuntu, I still use Nero 8 Ultra Edition for Linux, but when I am on Kubuntu, or any other Linux OS which uses the KDE UI by default, it has to be k3b.

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Mike

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