Simple Linux disk burning with Brasero
Dec 01, 2009, 20:02 (0 Talkback[s])
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"If you have used a modern Linux system then you know how easy
the task of burning CDs has become. I have covered the K3B tool as
well as burning CDs from the command line. And although both
methods have their merits, neither are as simple to use as the
Brasero CD/DVD burner.
"Most modern Linux distributions that use GTK+ (in other words,
GNOME) ship with Brasero installed as the default burner. The
reason is two-fold: It is simple to use, and it integrates
seamlessly with Nautilus (the GNOME file manager).
"In this tutorial you will see how simple it is to use Brasero
to create a new data CD, to copy a CD, and to burn a CD image."