Re: How Do I Burn CDs?
I second that, as far as graphical apps go, k3b is my
personal favorite. And, yes, I know it's not available
Of course, when you want quick down-n-dirty burning,
nothing comes close to plain ole mkisofs and cdrecord.
Once I took the time to learn the commands, I found
myself using konsole more and more when I needed to
Please don't go, Bob.
--- Andreas Bauer <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Robert Tilley wrote:
> > As heretical as this may sound, I've actually been
> contemplating moving
> > back
> > to a Windows XP OS simply for the ease of CD
> burning. I have no cd
> > burning program on my Debian unstable box, having
> tried all available
> > (namely, xcdroast, which is horribly unusable).
> > Can anyone suggest any alternatives before I
> resume kneeling at the altar
> > of Bill?
> k3b rules
> Someone wanted to make a package for unstable. So
> wait a week or so.
> Andreas Bauer
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