Re: Alternatives to xcdroast?
>I'm looking for a GUI cd-burning tool that I can let loose on users
>without expecting them to patch the source or jump through any other
>hoops to get it going. In other words, something that works. There is
>xcdroast but it has problems. Any suggestions?
The developers of cdrdao just released an updated GUI, gcdmaster, to this
command-line program. I've never tried it, but the screenshots make it look
appear easy. Go to http://cdrdao.sourceforge.net and look for gcdmaster.