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Is there any free Software for burning CDR on Solaris 2.5?
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thor011997 earned 50 total points
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I can't say if there exists _specifically_ free software for Solaris, but there exists several
options as general Unix tools:
mkisofs (GNU)
CDWrite (GPL)
mkisofs+ 1.05 (info from appro@fy.chalmers.se)
X-CD-Roast (X11 front end, GPL'd)

All of the above are available at your nearest
ftp site.  Some are tailored for Linux so you
may have to edit a makefile or something.

Did this help to answer your question, or  did
you have something else in mind?

Regards,
Thor

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I found a program called CDRecord, whitch did the job.
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