Nero CD/DVD burner equivalent for ubuntu?

C Hamel yogich at
Tue Apr 11 17:01:39 UTC 2006

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On Tuesday 11 April 2006 08:47, Todd Slater wrote:
> On 4/10/06, nepoez <ulist at> wrote:
> > Hey, I can help you.
> >
> >
> >
> > I recently got rid of all Gnome and KDE libraries cuzz I want something
> > super light for my laptop.  Now I used IceWM, it's super awesome.  I got
> > everything I used to have with Gnome and KDE, except for a burning
> > software.  I didn't want K3B cuzz of all the KDE dependencies.. so
> > guess what I found:
> >
> >
> >
> > GraveMan.  Yup, you can install it via synaptic and it will run right
> > out of the box!
> GraveMan is hardly K3B, at least the last time I checked. If all you
> want to do is burn audio and data it'll be adequate, but it can't do
> any video. I don't remember if it'll do iso images or bin/cue files.
> My guess is somebody wanting a Nero equivalent for linux might
> possibly want some of the more advanced features offered by K3B.
> Todd
Sometimes all I wish to do is burn a CD & it seems to me that Graveman may be 
the "quick & clean solution".  I plan on trying it out & will let you 
know. :-)
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