cdrdao extremely slow

Basil Fernie basil at
Thu Dec 17 21:05:05 UTC 2015

K3b  is right up there with much other KDE-derived software in providing  
simple, smooth desired results on Lubuntu and LXLE when I'm feeling lazy  
and need a relaxed ride. When I'm feeling adventurous, I try xburn,  
usually with good results, but a bit more difficult to understand what you  
have to provide the package with and when.

Two good reasons for using good graphics user interface tools... both  
offering pretty good error messages.

Best wishes,

On Wed, 16 Dec 2015 23:04:24 +0200, Aere Greenway  
<Aere at> wrote:

> On 12/16/2015 12:45 PM, Sansebar wrote:
>> thank you Aere, for your speculations!
>>> What comes quickly to my mind, is the possibility that the software is
>>> getting many read-errors in trying to copy the track.  But I would
>>> think it would give-up the attempt, reporting 'too many errors',
>>> rather than taking over an hour to copy it.
>> I agree with you
>>> The second thing that comes to mind, is that
>>> copy-protection/encryption is causing the software to loop through a
>>> very many dead-ends.
>> Actually there is no such copy protection. As I have burnt this CD by  
>> my own, I am sure about that.
>> I just cannot manage to burn an audio CD from *WAV-Files with Lubuntu.
>> Any help appreciated. I would prefer console tools rather than software  
>> with a graphical user interface.
>> Have a good one, Sebastian
> Sebastian:
> I have used Brasero many times recently, to burn audio CD's.  I am using  
> Lubuntu 14.04.3.
> Sorry I have no experience with command-line tools.  My preferences are  
> the opposite of yours.

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