Any benefits of Nero over K3B?

Hans Fugal hans at
Sun Mar 13 16:00:32 MST 2005

On Sun, 13 Mar 2005 at 15:45 -0500, Jared Bernard wrote:
> Nero for Linux
> I'm a big fan of K3B, and I haven't really used Nero very much. Does Nero
>  have any features that "out do" or are missing from K3B or other current
>  Linux options? Basically, is it worth it to even have Nero added to the tons
>  of Linux CD burning apps out there?

Last time I used Nero, I loved how I could not for the life of me figure
out how to burn an ISO.

> Regardless, I think Nero for Linux is a positive for migration purposes. The
> more apps that run on both Windows and Linux, the better to "ease" users off
> the MS teat.

I agree, although this is one area where I have long felt the Linux
offerings are much better than the Windows offerings, free or

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