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    Super Moderator Super Moderator Big Booger's Avatar
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    Lightbulb Free NeroLinux

    Register your Nero 6 Reloaded Version Today and get NeroLINUX for FREE!

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

    NeroLINUX
    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

    http://www.nero.com/en/NeroLINUX.html

    WOW, good to see nero taking action on the Linux front. I like this idea.

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    Junior Member sirjavabean's Avatar
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    Yeah. I've noticed a lot of software developers recently going that way. Shame that NeroLINUX isn't open source though. Then it would be free anyway. Anyhow, burning CDs in linux usually has a higher success rate than windows, so it might be worth the $$$s
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    Shame that NeroLINUX isn't open source though. Then it would be free anyway.

    open source doesnt mean that the software is free. open source means that the source code for the program is given out and is editable by anyone.

    there are two movements. one is the open source movement. the other is the free software movement. the free software movement means everything is free, except tech support. for more info read the GNU general public licence. the open source movement says that source code is free but the product might or might not be free.

    gnu licence
    http://www.gnu.org/copyleft/gpl.html

    open source definition (not an explanation, but the document by which open sorce was created)
    http://www.opensource.org/docs/definition.php

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