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DVD Burner

Posted on 2003-11-06
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Hi all,

I have Sony DRU510A Internal DVD+RW+R.
Can anyone help me in finding out a buring software for this media on a linux machine


Regards,
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or have a check for the free burning software for linux http://www.linuxarchives.com/cd_rom_burning.html
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mkisofs, cdrecord and free xcdroast (for X-Window) should be sufficient.
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