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Old 11th March 2005, 03:15 AM
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NeroLINUX CD/DVD Burning software announced

From the announcement:

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Linux OS Solution for CD/DVD Burning

Register your Nero 6 Reloaded Version Today and get NeroLINUX for FREE!.
What is NeroLINUX?

NeroLINUX is a comprehensive, yet flexible application provided you have some prior knowledge of CD/DVD technologies. Here's some additional information assist you:

* NeroLINUX uses NeroAPI for low-level operations (burn process)



* Autodetection and support for all types of internal CD and DVD recorders supported by NeroAPI 6.6
* Autodetection and support for all types of external CD and DVD recorders connected to the USB port and supported by
NeroAPI 6.6
* Kernel optimizations
* Ultra Buffer support

* Supports hot plug for external USB devices, without any application restart
* Stores and reloads compilations in XML format
* Fully compatible with FreeDB, to automatically get disc information over the Internet
* Supports the new 2.6 IDE driver interface (non SCSI emulation)
* Audio encoding and decoding done on the fly, using external utilities (mpg123, ogg123)
* Supports 2.4 and 2.6 kernel flavors
* Provided as RPM or Debian package for easy installation


Functionalities

* NeroLINUX is able to burn the following formats



* Data CDs/DVDs (ISO9660, UDF and UDF/ISO9660 Bridge)
* Bootable CDs/DVDs using the El-Torito standard
* Audio CDs (CD TEXT Infos can be added)
* Mix Mode CDs
* Enhanced CDs (CD EXTRA)
* CD and DVD Images (ISO, NRG and Cue Sheets)
* Ability to burn Multisession CD/DVD
* Double Layer DVDs

* Copy CD or DVD as under Windows
* Image Recorder is available
* Digital Audio Extraction for audio tracks

To get an overview, please check the NeroLINUX gallery..
Supported platforms (32-bit):

* Red Hat Linux 7.2
* Red Hat Linux 7.3
* Red Hat Linux 8.0
* Red Hat Linux 9
* Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3
* Fedora Core 1
* Fedora Core 2
* Fedora Core 3
* SuSE Linux 8.0
* SuSE Linux 8.1
* SuSE Linux 8.2
* SuSE Linux 9.0
* SuSE Linux 9.1
* SuSE Linux 9.2
* Debian GNU/Linux 3.0 (with kernel 2.4 or higher)

Important note: Nero does not provide Technical Support for NeroLINUX.

NeroLINUX is FREE of charge if you register:

* A Full Version of Nero Software Version 6 or higher
* Retail Version or Downloaded Version

Please note: This offer is not for OEM or Demo version users.
OEM users can Upgrade Now for a special discount offer.

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So, if you have purchased a full retail version of Nero 6, you can download for free. Looks nice, pity it isn't GPL'ed, but that would be expecting a lot from Nero.

Link to announcement: http://www.nero.com/en/NeroLINUX.html

Screenshots: http://www.nero.com/en/NeroLINUX_Gallery.html

Bob

Last edited by Bob D.; 11th March 2005 at 03:20 AM. Reason: added screenshots link
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Old 11th March 2005, 03:45 AM
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dunno if I'm willing to pay for software on linux. What happen to open source and free!!!
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Old 11th March 2005, 04:12 AM
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Thanks for the information and URL's!
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Old 11th March 2005, 04:27 AM
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I am willing to pay for software that works on Linux. That only makes the entire stack look "better" to the world at large, if there are people that can supply quality products at reasonable prices. The whole thing is about having a lot of choice in what software you want to use. In this case, if I did a lot of burning, I'd be considering this real hard. I don't, though, so k3b is more than sufficient for my needs. That's my choice.

Heck, I might buy it anyway, just in case, y'know...
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Old 11th March 2005, 04:50 AM
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This is quite unexpected. I feel that Nero is one of the best cd burning apps on Windows. I still love k3b for cd burning, but if NeroLinux has the advanced dvd authoring as in the Windows version and I ever purchase a dvd burner, I might have to purchase Nero as well.

Bob D. thanks for the links and info.

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Old 11th March 2005, 05:14 AM
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This is what I want to see...it is a important step to have retailers make linux softwares...if game makers would start doing this think of how many more folks might use linux....
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Old 11th March 2005, 07:39 AM
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K3b is also my choice but can you say it now has some serious competition. I prefer NERO over Roxio on any given day. I am also happy Nero has joint the linux community and I hope they keep it up too.
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Old 11th March 2005, 08:12 AM
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For the little burning that I do, K3B is all I need. Perhaps, this would energize the linux community to advance K3B further.
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Old 11th March 2005, 04:19 PM
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I do a lot of burning CDs and DVDs (data/audio/video) - and I will still continue to use K3B. I author my DVDs with qDVDauthor.

Why would I pay significantly more money for a product only marginally better. For $60 - $80US it's just not worth it. I make it a point to use Free Software instead -- support the community.
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Old 11th March 2005, 04:49 PM
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SWEEEEEEEET !!!!! I happen to HAVE Nero 6 and it was the only thing preventing me from dumping Windows and going to Linux full time :-)

WooHooo!!!!
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Old 11th March 2005, 05:12 PM
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Just downloaded my copy as well. I had N6 for the XP, but now is even more reason to stay on the Linux side.
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Old 11th March 2005, 07:09 PM
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I noticed something funny from hrothgar's screenshot. "Parts of the GUI borrowed from GnomeToaster..." in the Nero splash screen. To see just how funny it is, check out the GnomeToaster screen shots:
http://gnometoaster.rulez.org/whatis.html#screenshots

and compare them to NeroLinux:
http://www.nero.com/en/NeroLINUX_Gallery.html

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Old 11th March 2005, 07:11 PM
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Does that version for linux have built in dvd shrink like the windows version?
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Old 11th March 2005, 09:21 PM
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Nero Linux Released

For all owners of Nero 6 there is Nero for Linux released.
http://www.nero.com/en/NeroLINUX.html
Fedora is mentioned as supported OS.
The Linux "add-on" is free as beer for holders of Nero 6, but is not free as speech (close sourced)
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Old 11th March 2005, 10:14 PM
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well, it's nice to see another vendor supporting the platform. (although i'll stick to using k3b)
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