On Thu, Feb 03, 2005 at 09:02:30AM -0600, Brian John wrote:
> Hello,
> I was using k3b for burning but now that I am using fluxbox it looks like
> I can't use it anymore. Is there a close alternative? What is everyone
> using for cd and dvd burning?


My understanding is that all kde apps should still be able to run
without the kde desktop. Any and all components they need will be
started when neccessary, it will just be slower since the components
won't be running ahead of time. Same goes for gnome desktop and gnome
apps. I've used gnome and kde apps quite a bit while using fvwm2 which
has no kde support at all, maybe if you post the error message, we can
figure out why k3b doesn't run.

As for alternatives, I've never used any other gui apps, but for
command-line, cdrecord and mkisofs are very nice. In fact, k3b used
both of these underneath. burncd is a native freebsd app for cd
burning, but I've only used it once.

>
> Thanks
>
> /Brian
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