toelen at gmail.com
Mon Jan 23 16:05:54 UTC 2006
I believe the gnome people try to let every tool that needs CD writing
functionality handle this itself. So for simple files, you should use
nautilus (pops up when entering an empty CD), for music, rhythmbox (or
any other music tool) does this, etc. I don't know if you are able to
write an iso with nautilus though when double clicking on it, or copy
a CD directly. The sum of all these tools (when they are installed)
makes a dedicated CD writer program unnecessary.
On 1/23/06, Vincent Trouilliez <vincent.trouilliez at modulonet.fr> wrote:
> > Hm... I'm starting to think I'm the only one using nautilus-cd-burner.
> > Put blank CD, choose type, drag files, done.
> No you are not alone ;-)
> I too enjoy Nautilus' built-in burner. Perfectly integrated to the
> desktop, super simple to use. A successful implementation of the "just
> works" philosophy I love so much in Gnome :-)
> Now if only my CD writer could work in Dapper (kernel bug...), that
> would great.... :-/
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