Originally posted by Blu-star
well, k3b isenīt a burner software, itīs just a GUI for cdrecord/cdrecord-proDVD
Most burner software are front-ends for cdrecord, however, I read somewhere that K3B doesn't use cdrecord-proDVD for burning DVDs, but uses dvd-rw-tools instead. So you might want to check that out. Personally I just use XCDRoast for burning data, but I have my .bashrc set up nicely for burning audio CDs. Doing some things in XCDRoast is just more convinient. btw, does anyone know of a way to burn images (.mdf, .cdi to name the more obscure) under Linux? I've tried just doing cdrecord [all my options] file_name.mdf, but that has never seemed to turn out an actual disc. Do I still need to reboot into Windows for Alcohol 120%?