Re: Could you recommend CD/DVD writer program?
On 10/16/09, Nick Lidakis <email@example.com> wrote:
> Since I have been having so much fun using and learing mutt lately,
> and since I've been trying to wean myself off of using GUI programs
> (GTK and KDE(k3b))) that need a boatload of dependencies, I thought I would
> give the debain package cdw a try.
You would probably get more luck by starting a new thread.
> Cdw's homepage states that the current version is 0.3.93, with
> the last release being this August. Debian's package is 0.3.3. Seems a
> bit outdated and the feature set seems limited.
> The "Copy Audio CD" doesn't really copy a cd, it just "Copy audio tracks
> from audio CD to separate files on hard disc". I wasn't even able to
> get this to work.
> Anybody have any other recommendations for a a good ncurses cd writer
> tool? Ideally I would like to be able to do an instant copy (from hda
> to hdb) od an audio cd, burn debian and ubuntu iso's, and write data
> files to cd and dvd+ and -r.
Not ncurses, but tcl/tk. Tkdvd should be light enough, although it
seems missing from Debian's repos.