Looking for a CD Burner in Debian

Jude DaShiell jdashiel at shellworld.net
Fri Dec 3 07:06:06 UTC 2010

Actually sox is a command line utility so can be run once gnome-terminal 
is run.  First run gnome-terminal then do what terminal commands you 
need to do, then type exit to drop back to your gnome session.

On Thu, 2 Dec 2010, Geoff Shang wrote:

> On Thu, 2 Dec 2010, RiverWind wrote:
>>  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?
> I'm also a Debian user, but have not yet made the leap to using the GUI. But 
> I would expect that whichever program you're using to play these files, you 
> should be able to put them in one big playlist and let them play in sequence, 
> without having to manually open files all the time and without having to 
> actually modify the files.
> Someone who knows more about Gnome wil have to advise how you would do this, 
> but given that even players in the console can do this, surely something in 
> Gnome should be able to.
> Geoff.
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