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I'm using RedHat 8.0 and I have selected CDWriter from the SystemTools menu. I would like to back up some files to CD.
I see that I am prompted to enter the root password in order to run an application gtoaster.
The graphical interface with gtoaster is complicated. Is there a way to burn from the command line? Is there an internet resource for this? And my experience with gtoaster, when I had it working a while ago, is that I can not add files to my disk once I add one file. It is considered full. Is this supposed to be?
I've gone to xcdroast.org and downloaded the files for RH8, four in all.
I su root and I run rpm -ivh for each of the cdrtools files and I see errors:
- for mkisofs
flie /usr/bin/mkisofs from install of cdrtools-mkisofs-2.00.3-1 conflicts with file from package mkisofs-1.10-14
- run rpm cdrecord
file /usr/bin/cdrecord from install of cdrtools-cdrecord-2.00.3-1 conflicts with file from package cdrecord-1.10-14
file /usr/bin/devdump from install...
file /usr/bin/isodump from install...
And others all conflict. But typing xcdroast on the command line yields "command not found". So is it installed? What is installed? How do I run what is installed? Do I need to uninstall what is installed before installing xcdroast?