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    Re:Decent cdburner app for KDE?

    [quote author=Ralinx link=board=2;threadid=4550;start=0#45521 date=1029190501]
    [quote author=Lovechild link=board=2;threadid=4550;start=0#45519 date=1029190257]
    Kde extra, but as you can see I tried that one, and it didn't like my burner, refused to hook up with cdrecord.... strange problem, will look into that one some more later.
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    oh LOL, i didn't even read ur post i just replied to the topic

    [me=Ralinx]takes another toke[/me]
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    oh yea
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    No problem have a blunt on me and wait while I recompile it to see if I can figure out what the problem is, and maybe I can get to bash it's UI some...

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    Re:Decent cdburner app for KDE?

    I use K3B myself. Pretty basic app. I can't burn ISO's with it.

    http://k3b.sourceforge.net/

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    Re:Decent cdburner app for KDE?

    did u try gnome 2.0 and gripper?

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    Re:Decent cdburner app for KDE?

    [quote author=capybara link=board=2;threadid=4550;start=0#45880 date=1029466280]
    did u try gnome 2.0 and gripper?
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    I HATE GNOME... Didn't you read the subject, KDE KDE KDE KDE KDE KDE KDE.....

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    Re:Decent cdburner app for KDE?

    What about Elcipt Roaster?

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    Re:Decent cdburner app for KDE?

    [quote author=Lovechild link=board=2;threadid=4550;start=0#45519 date=1029190257]
    arson has a very nice interface but could only burn VCD and Audio, data isn't implemented yet.
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    Where can I download that Arson?? I'm looking only at burning VCDs and Audios ATM so that would be great.

    I use X-CD-Roast as well and it's pain in the major ass to use.

    Did you find any nice app for KDE??

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    Re:Decent cdburner app for KDE?

    [quote author=capybara link=board=2;threadid=4550;start=0#45880 date=1029466280]
    did u try gnome 2.0 and gripper?
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    Thats a decent app, however I still find myself migrating back to XCDRoast. Ill have to try the new version though. ITs been like a year since I have tried the last gripper.

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    Re:Decent cdburner app for KDE?

    Ah, never mind ...

    I found Arson and installed it .... That thing is NOT useable .....

    It wouldn't find any of the devices I have. Both CDROM and CDRW. I can manually scan the devices but the program won't see it. Then when I tried to manually configure it and tell it the cdrecord is in /usr/bin/cdrecord, it said the file is not executable. :

    At least with XCDRoast, it would see all my devices and stuff. It just won't support on the fly copy ( it said it's just for DATA CDs but not for VCDs or Audio CDs. ).

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    Re:Decent cdburner app for KDE?

    My favourite GUI toaster is Gcombust. But, I have to admit, after using the CLI, once you get the hang of it it's probably faster to use the CLI.

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    Re:Decent cdburner app for KDE?

    [quote author=Coral Sea link=board=2;threadid=4550;start=0#47774 date=1030811728]
    My favourite GUI toaster is Gcombust. But, I have to admit, after using the CLI, once you get the hang of it it's probably faster to use the CLI.
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    yep .. i burn all my isos CLI its just faster - but for audio i use gtoaster .. another question is there an app that can burn ogg files ?

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