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I need to make two copies of the Ubu 6.10 Live CD to give to two girlfriends. My box already has a CD-rom drive(which will hold the original to be ...
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    Linux Newbie pcdoctor's Avatar
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    Wanna burn/copy a CD


    I need to make two copies of the Ubu 6.10 Live CD
    to give to two girlfriends.

    My box already has a CD-rom drive(which will hold the original to be copied)
    and a burner drive(holding the blank).

    Using XP drive, I'd use NERO to "Copy Entire Disk" and that's it.

    What the best built-in burner/copy program I can use?
    I see stuff listed under Add/Remove,
    but feel there are some better suited to newbeez than others?
    Any suggestions?

    Automatix is offering me BRASERO.
    Any good?

    What about Bonfire ?
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    Linux Guru Vergil83's Avatar
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    Gnomebaker is a good program.
    k3b is the ultimate linux burner program, but it requires a lot of extra programs to be install (kde stuff).

    I haven't used bonfire, but it looks friendly enough.
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