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cdrecord

For DVDs: growisofs

Graphical: gtoaster and KBurn (or K3B or something like that). Both should be front-ends for cdrecord

There was some noise a while back about the guy who writes CDRecord. He's very vocal about how Linux is broken in its SCSI support, making his life very difficult. Apparently he's going about writing CDs the wrong way according to the Linux developers. Now a number of people have begun making a clone of his program that DOES follow the 'proper' Linux way of addressing a CD burner. I don't have any links or stuff, but Google should be your friend.

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<cough>the pirate bay</cough>

Why would he want the pirate bay when he wants something Open Source. You know you don't have to pirate everything you use, heaven forbide that you use something free or maybe even pay for it!

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<cough>the pirate bay</cough>

Why would he want the pirate bay when he wants something Open Source. You know you don't have to pirate everything you use, heaven forbide that you use something free or maybe even pay for it!

You can get non-pirated software from the Piratebay.

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