A CD burner is a great way to make data backups (especially if it's a rewrite-able), save and share your digital photos, put together multimedia memento scrapbooks, and more. Many tools are available that allow you to burn CDs under Linux:
1 Fedora: Choose ApplicationsOSound & VideoOK3b if you have KDE installed, or add grip (see Chapter 12).
1 Knoppix: From the main menu, choose MultimediaOK3b.
1 Linspire: From the main menu, choose ProgramsOAudio & MP3O CD Burner.
1 Mandrake: None installed by default. Using Chapter 12, look for the programs arson, xcdroast, and rhythmbox.
1 SuSE: From the main menu, choose MultimediaOCD/DVD Burning.
1 Xandros: Choose LauncherOApplicationsOMultimediaOCD Writer.
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