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Eroaster rocks, but to get it to work in Redhat8.0, you need to basically have two versions of gnome-python, which seems like a lot of effort for one program.
On the site, the ECLiPt people say that if someone could create the compatible redhat packages they'd appreciate it. I think that someone should really be redhat myself, although it's not my place to make demands of people who gave me a free OS (I did buy redhat 7.0 though ).
Aneeway. Until this problem gets fixed, two questions:
1. Has anyone managed to get ECLiPt going on redhat 8.0 ? Is it worth the effort?
2. Can anyone suggest an alternative (I have GToaster now and it's UI *sucks*) ?
P.S. I tried searching on this topic but the ol' minimum string length issue for redhat '8' and 'CD' probably made the search skip everything useful.
Hmmm. Xcdroast installation works but it won't run. There's something wrong between the libimlib package and the current xcdroast. First time I've seen that one too - it refuses to authenticate the root password at the prompt!
UnTamed, the only problem I see with that is he is already using one that *to him* sucks. So he's probably hoping to not have to go through 45 projects to find one that is cool he cannot live without it (via our suggestions and features).
Originally posted by MasterC UnTamed, the only problem I see with that is he is already using one that *to him* sucks. So he's probably hoping to not have to go through 45 projects to find one that is cool he cannot live without it (via our suggestions and features).
I know what you mean... I was gonna suggest a few I tried in the past [...cdbakeoven, simplecdrx,...] but couldn't remember which rely on what libs, so I figured, heck, why not give the guy all the options, console apps included.
Well, command line I think it will be. There is a lot out there and I was really looking for someone to say "Hey XXX application's great, and it works with Gnome2!" but I realise that eroaster is maybe in a class of it's own for it's UI.
Redhat users will just have to wait for a decent CDR/W GUI tool.