Looking for a CD Burner in Debian

Karl Wilbur karl at karlwilbur.net
Thu Dec 2 19:33:08 UTC 2010

Additionally there's nautilus-cd-burner and cdrecord with mkisofs.

Here are some howto:

Karl Wilbur
karl at karlwilbur.net

On Thu, Dec 2, 2010 at 2:26 PM, Karl Wilbur <karl at karlwilbur.net> wrote:
> I've used Brasero on Ubuntu (it's Debian-based) and it worked well.
> Karl Wilbur
> karl at karlwilbur.net
> On Thu, Dec 2, 2010 at 2:20 PM, RiverWind <riverwind at shellworld.net>
>> Greetings,
>> I have a linux box, and I am running the Debian system with the
>> Orca screen reader software. I have a collection of audio books
>> that are broken up into small chunks. Consequently, I have to keep
>> closing and opening files in order to read them. Is there any way
>> that I can combine all of the small pieces of the book into one
>> large file? Barring that, does the Debian system come with a CD
>> burner? If not, where can I find one? As you might have gathered,
>> I am a bit of a novice, and my ability at present with regard to
>> fully utilizing the Debian system is shaky at best.
>> File mannagement, especially when it comes to media files, is an
>> area where I am facing quite a learning curve. How difficult is it
>> to burn CDs in Debian?
>> Bright Blessings,
>> RiverWind
>> Feel free to visit my website and my blog and learn more about me
>> and what I stand for.
>> My Website @ http://riverwind.shellworld.net
>> My Blog http://windraven13.livejournal.com/
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