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Re: CD/CDR Operation



Tim wrote:
On Fri, 2006-02-03 at 13:03 -0600, Mike McCarty wrote:

Let's suppose you have your ISO image in /home/mystuff/isos/rescue.iso
Then you'd put the disc in, and if some CD CREATOR pops up, then
close its window. Then start K3b. Close any "Tip of the Day"
that it may put up. Then click on the top menu
Tools->CD->Burn CD Image


In Gnome, one can right-click on an ISO file displayed in Nautilus, and
pick an option to burn to disc, and that's all you'd need to do.  Does
KDE not have a similar feature when using Konqueror?  (I don't have KDE
installed, so I can't check for myself.)

I don't use KDE, I use GNOME. I just don't use the GNOME CD tool.

As far as I can see, it's just a script which passes the filename to
cdrecord or growisofs, depending on which is most suitable.  Though I

That's what *all* these tools are. Everything eventually comes down
to cdrecord, which one can use directly, if one wants.

[snip]

Mike
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