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On 03/21/2011 12:50 PM, Sveinn í Felli wrote:
Þann mán 21.mar 2011 16:07, skrifaði Webmaster for

So for now, to keep the problems with the way Brasero is
re-naming the files and folders to upper-case letters, I
will be using the Vista Laptop's Roxio software. But I hope
to be given the name[s] of better software for Ubuntu.

K3b is more of a full grown burning tool - almost everything is configurable, including long-names and such.

Works fine in *buntu, easy to use. But it pulls in some KDE packages (there are people who dont like that).

Best regards

Sveinn í Felli

I run GNOME for the desktop, but have KDE files on my system since there are some tools on KDE I like to use that do not have GNOME versions.

Will look into K3b.

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