Quickly installed and used to burn and iso image into a cd
Pros: Pretty easy to use once you have built the darn thing and run it.
Cons:Can not rip a CD or DVD. Music or data burning only.
You actually can create ISO files with this tool. It's not obvious though, as I had to look up how to do it. Do a new data comp, select all files from disk, burn, and check "only create iso." Or at least, that's how to do it on 0.5.4
Reply written over 3 years ago
Holy Cow - You have to build this thing from source. On a Debian based system here you go (I am using Linux Mint 18, so your mileage may vary):
Download the tarball and start terminal and cd to the directory where you expanded the tarball. Then use these commands:
sudo apt-get install xfce4-dev-tools sudo apt-get install libburn-devsudo apt-get install libisofs-dev sudo apt-get install libxfce4ui-1-devsudo apt-get install libexo-1-dev sudo apt-get install xsltproc./autogen.sh makesudo make install
[Edited by ryanjentzsch, August 30]
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