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    CD Burning software recommendation

    The main reason I keep Win95 on my backup box is because that's where I keep my cdrw. Setting up the cd burner is not a problem. But I've followed for a while posts about different cd burning software. And I haven't heard any good recommendations for multisession burning on cdr or cdrw. I know burning iso's is simple enough but what about making incremental additions to an archive cd. Like downloading new programs and adding it to a pile of programs you want to save but not wasting one cd on one program? Anyone know of any good programs that will do this? Hopefully something for Debian 3.0 but can use Mandrake (maybe)

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    Re:CD Burning software recommendation

    have you tried eroaster. I know it has the option when burning to not close a session. It is a pretty straight forward application. As for a little more spartan I think cdrx has mullti-session options.

    eroaster is in the debian trees.

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    Re:CD Burning software recommendation

    That's one I haven't heard of. I'll look into it. Is this all there is? No others, that work half way descent?

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    CDRToaster 1.12......................can be had on linux tucows.

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    Re:CD Burning software recommendation

    Now I HAVE heard about that one but what I read that people have problems with the multi session burning. Have you used it?

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    Re:CD Burning software recommendation

    Whats wrong with XCDRoast? I can do all of that just fine on my home box with the internal IDE CDR, and on that box plus my work box with my USB burner. Multisession you are talking about, right?

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    Re:CD Burning software recommendation

    Yeah multisession. It works ok for you? Of course the review I have and other info is a few months old. Maybe the latest is better now. Guess I've got a project for next week's vacation.

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    I use XCDRoast, and it works fine for me..

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    http://www.linuxplanet.com/linuxplan...orials/4342/1/
    Here is a tutorials I found for burning on linux. Hope it helps.
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    Re:CD Burning software recommendation

    Sorry, but that tutorial wasn't really very helpful. I've already got the How-To printed out. Sure it's a couple years old but not a lot has changed, and besides, my hardware hasn't changed since then. I'm gonna start with a basic deb install tonight. Is there anything I should keep an eye out for, any helpful tidbits to catch during Deb 3.0's install to setup the machine for burning?

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