Re: CD burning in GNOME


I think nautilus has by default a CD-burning module in gnome 2.2 (by I
have not tried myself). However, I think it is only for basic
operations, like copy data on a CD. I have read that it is still not
able to blank a CD-RW. It does the same kind of thinks like the file
manager in Windows XP.

For a complete CD-burning program, you have the choice between xcdroast,
gcombust and gnome-toaster that are all written in GTK. I don't know if
they have been ported to GTK2.
I have not extensively tested, but I find that xcdroast is good for
Audio CD and for copy on-the-fly. Gtoaster is good to copy data and to
blank CD-RW.

Try yourself.


Le mer 29/01/2003 à 10:51, Julien Olivier a écrit :
> Hi
> I'd like to have some information about CD burning in GNOME.
> I read that Nautilus is about to get (already has ?) a new CD burning
> module. What can it do ? Can it blank a CD-RW ? Can it burn Audio CDs
> (from MP3s, OGGs or WAVs) ? Can it copy CDs (directly or using an image)
> ?
> If Nautilus CD burner module can't do all those things, is there an GTK2
> app that can do all that ? Is there any project for an app which could
> do that ?
> Thanks to help me find my way to CD burning in GNOME2.
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