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    CD/DVD writing software for Fedora core 5 32 bit

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    Can any one please tell me what application I need to use in order to burn a cd/dvd on Fedora Core 5 32+ bit os? I am new to it. Do I need to download and install any open source application that works with Fedora 5 core? If yes then what are the steps to achieve so. Many thanks.....

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    K3B is a very powerful program used to burn CD/DVD. It comes with your Fedora CD/DVD.
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    RE: CD/DVD writing software for Fedora core 5 32 bit

    It depends on your window manager a little, although having said that you can run for instance KDE apps under Gnome.
    I use Gnome Desktop and the cd burning software I use is Xcdroast along with Gnome CD/DVD Creator. Both work quite well with my Sony firewire dvd burner. I have never had any problems with any other IDE cd/dvd burners either.
    The user interface is slightly confusing on the GnomeCD/DVD Creator when you start burning *.iso files through it, for *.iso's I use Xcdroast

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    Quote Originally Posted by omidkamangar View Post
    K3B is a very powerful program used to burn CD/DVD. It comes with your Fedora CD/DVD.
    I second this motion. K3B is my favorite. GNOME also has a built in data recording software. When you put a blank in, you can drag the files onto/into the icon and burn the disc there. As well as recording isos too.

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