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The German company Nero AG has ported one of there popular burning application to Linux. The current version supports Kernel 2.4 and 2.6 and works with cd/dvd writers that where ...
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    Nero goes Linux :twisted:


    The German company Nero AG has ported one of there popular burning application to Linux.
    The current version supports Kernel 2.4 and 2.6 and works with cd/dvd writers that where supported on Windows as well.
    (Translated from http://www.bartendavid.be/ )

    The url from nero http://www.nero.com/en/NeroLINUX.html

    Now what i am wondering is.
    K3b in my oppinion is the same (in some ways better) then nero.
    But the difference is K3b is free Nero still wants money for it.
    They advertise all over the net to get people to download there version of "The Worlds favorite cd/dvd burning app" But when you get to the site it says "Download Trial".

    My question why would anyone download a trail version of "any" app on linux.

    The main reason why i got rid of Windows and start using Linux is that it's free.

    Greats,

    L van Gulik

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    i know me too. that's why i willl never use cedega and will struggle with wine

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    What's a download trail?
    I would just stick to using k3b

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    A trail is that after a period of time you have to purchase (Buy) the software.

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    Don't you mean trial?

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    Trial Trail

    Oeps sorry
    I'm Dutch (Netherlands)
    If you run a spell checker you will notice more errors. LOL

    Tnx for the free lesson in english for Noobs Hahaha

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    No, I won't. I think K3B is the best burning tool out there.
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    I'll still stick with K3B. I never used nero on windows neither, and if k3b give me everything I need there is no reson for switching.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fallen Angel
    No, I won't. I think K3B is the best burning tool out there.
    Amen, besides, I've tried Nero on windows, and wasn't very impressed

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    Too many good free burners out there to even consider giving Nero more money.

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