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Originally Posted by jeremy1701 Originally Posted by jens Nice. Now I can finally use that free Nero copy I got with my DVD burner natively Jen, I was thinking this ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by jeremy1701
    Quote Originally Posted by jens
    Nice.
    Now I can finally use that free Nero copy I got with my DVD burner natively
    Jen,
    I was thinking this quote ment you couldn't do that:

    Please note: This offer is not for OEM or Demo version users.
    OEM users can Upgrade Now for a special discount offer.
    Are the free versions OEM or no?

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    I think I'll try it tomorrow from work.

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    While we all may love k3b the more signifiacnt part here (and something I think OSS users should keep in mind) is that a major distributor is taking a commercial stab at a hardware oriented application in Linux. I'm not saying buy it for the sake of giving them money, but should it do well, we could see an influx of commercial software (more games )
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    I already tested NeroLinux. It's nice. But I'm sooooo used to K3B, so I'll stick to that.
    Pitty though, they didn't ported the whole Nero Reloaded suite on linux. Now, that would be an awesome thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by qub333
    While we all may love k3b the more signifiacnt part here (and something I think OSS users should keep in mind) is that a major distributor is taking a commercial stab at a hardware oriented application in Linux. I'm not saying buy it for the sake of giving them money, but should it do well, we could see an influx of commercial software (more games )
    A good point, and I don't think it's lost on most here. However, I do think the way they are going about releasing it is a bit shady and looks almost designed to limit adoption (I'm not a conspiracy theorist, but I do play one on TV ). While that is probably not the case, I think the effect will be the same as if that were the intent...limited adoption.
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    what is the equivelent of nero for linux....and where can i get it for free.

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    Quote Originally Posted by safinaaz
    what is the equivelent of nero for linux....and where can i get it for free.
    http://www.k3b.org/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vergil83
    Quote Originally Posted by safinaaz
    what is the equivelent of nero for linux....and where can i get it for free.
    http://www.k3b.org/
    learn to love it

    i went to the site...but where do I download it...
    I have gentoo...

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    Quote Originally Posted by techieMoe
    Although I sort of understand the rationale behind this, I still think it's pretty cheap to make someone buy a product twice for an operating system they don't have just to get the product for the operating system they WANT.
    You can always share the expense with a friend who runs
    Windows.Then it would be cheap literally as well as
    metaphorically

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    Quote Originally Posted by safinaaz
    Quote Originally Posted by Vergil83
    Quote Originally Posted by safinaaz
    what is the equivelent of nero for linux....and where can i get it for free.
    http://www.k3b.org/
    learn to love it

    i went to the site...but where do I download it...
    I have gentoo...
    You can download the source from http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/k...r.bz2?download, you might also be able to get it through portage.

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    Hi all,

    Having Nero on Linux would be great alongside K3B. Although K3B works nicely, it would always be nice to have Nero as well in case it has features that are left out of K3B. Although, I wonder if it would do well for Linux considering the amount of time that K3B has had to establish itself a good reputation for cd-burning.

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