df at drainfade.com
Thu Mar 27 22:32:04 UTC 2008
You don't need anything...inster a blank cd and it'll open a Nautilus
window. Drag n drop into the window and burn it. Or you can highlight
files, right click and "write to disk".
On Thu, March 27, 2008 15:25, Karl Auer wrote:
> On Thu, 2008-03-27 at 17:11 -0500, Darryl Tidd wrote:
>> I have looked around on the net, but can't seem to find what I am
>> looking for. I am running Ubuntu 7.10, and I want to burn an audio
> Run Serpentine - it should be in your applications menu under "Sound and
> Video". You just drag and drop sound files out of your file manager into
> the Serpentine window (it tells you how much space you have left etc),
> then when the songs are arranged as you want them, you click the "Write
> to disc" button.
> There are many other CD-burning options out there, but Serpentine is
> simple and straightforward, and should do the trick.
> I'm using 7.04, not 7.10. It may be that Gutsy has a different default
> CD creator, but it will almost certainly be at a similar location and
> work very similarly.
> Regards, K.
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