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Nemes Ioan Sorin nemes.sorin at gmail.com
Wed Sep 5 04:18:07 CDT 2007


Please take a look at Nero website.
I use Nero 3 linux native build.
It works perfect.

Also K3b and Brasero - which are free alternatives (they have some 
problems with symbolic links).

But Nero 3 is perfect.

Stefan Leichter wrote:
> Am Tuesday 04 September 2007 21:27 schrieb Roderick Colenbrander:
>> Number 4 of the list Nero has a native Linux version using GTK2. It even
>> supports HDDVD and Blu-Ray. Further it used (?) to run on wine using
>> wineaspi in case you were using scsi hardware/emulation.
>> Roderick
> What Nero Version are you taking about? Some days ago I tried Nero 6 SE here 
> and it fail because of a missing olethk32.dll. Putting the olethk32.dll of 
> win2k into the system 32 directory gets me to a crash after choosing the disk 
> type to compile.
> Stefan

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