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Old 01-25-2002, 08:33 AM   #1
TucoSwarez
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Cool gcombust


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Does anyone have a pre-built gcombust app for Redhat 7.2? I am trying to do multi-session CD burns, and I cant get cdrecord -multi switch to work (probably doing it wrong). So hopefully gcombust will work better. If not, can anyone suggest a good web page for cdrecord instructions? Or solid multi option apps for Linux? Xcdroast doesnt do multi so dont post it

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