Nero version for Linux available

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#1

In case you missed it, Nero is now offering a Linux version. This is free for users who have a full liscense.

More info on http://www.nero.com/en/NeroLINUX.html.

See also NeroLINUX 2.0.0.0 Released at CDRLabs.

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#2

Thanks! :slight_smile:


#3

I am sceptical about this as it uses Motif for interface ( or it would be Java jugding from screenshots ) so its very ugly. I will stick to K3B for now :wink:


#4

A Nero engineer told me that the GUI is in GTK+. Better than Motif…


#5

Hello,

You say that Nero on Linux is available. Thats a good news,
BUT HOW CAN I DOWNLOAD IT FROM NERO ???
I didn’t found any link!!!
:sad:


#6

I tried to download it and it crashed my browser. I went back and put in my serial number again and it said that my serial number was already registered; then offered no way to download the file. What’s the point???

Mark


#7

I don’t know much about Linux, but I heard it is made for older version of GTK, whatever that means.


#8

Well, this is certainly good news. Too bad there’s is no way for me to download it, just to give it a try. Will CD Freaks follow this up, maybe with a review?


#9

farmeunit, not for older GTK, but with older GTK (GTK - is GUI kit). Nothing bad really.


#10

That’s a matter of opinion :wink: I think it looks like sh*t. It has advantages, I know (like working on older computers). But now it just looks like Linux GUI hasn’t made any improvements the last zillion years :wink: I’ve tested NeroLinux and it does it’s job. But is has nothing K3B can’t do, so I wonder who will use it. If they put in a nice program to copy DVD-9 to DVD-5 with an easy GUI, then I might take a look at it again.


#11

OK. I’m going to start learning Linux, but waiting for my extra computer back. Does K3B use a GUI? Sorry if I sound stupid on the subject. I’m actually kind of knowledgable in Windows, and Commodore 64s :stuck_out_tongue:


#12

K3B has a very nice and intuitive GUI. If you know how to work with Nero, K3B will be a piece of cake.

But back on the subject, has anyone else tested NeroLinux?