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    Anyone else think brasero should be replaced?

    8 out of 10 times brasero will give an error while burning, occasionally the cd is actually fine but most the time theres corrupted data on it. It's been like it for at least 2 or 3 versions now so I think it would make sense to remove brasero and have another program like gnomebaker included on the cd if this problem isn't fixed before karmic is released.

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    Re: Anyone else think brasero should be replaced?

    It's always worked super-awesomely for me, I've never experienced any problems..

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    Re: Anyone else think brasero should be replaced?

    I know it's not just my computer/dvd drive as I have the same problems on all my computers and my girlfriends laptop, not discs either as it does it with old cdrw's/dvdrw's and brand new ones, which all work fine in k3b, gnomebaker and pretty much anyother program I've tried

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    Re: Anyone else think brasero should be replaced?

    Better to fix it, I don't know any good program to replace it with K3B is not an option for me

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    Re: Anyone else think brasero should be replaced?

    Never had any problem here :/

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    Re: Anyone else think brasero should be replaced?

    It works well on some of my systems and not at all on others. k3b doesn't even work well for me on all systems for all things. I've found one program that works perfectly for me on all my systems for all my needs. It's not free and I don't like getting flames so I won't go any further except to say you're not alone.
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    Smile Re: Anyone else think brasero should be replaced?

    Yes--there is one that "seems" to work all the time----but its not free---Hint: first letter is "N"--that being said, Brasero gets the job done for me about 95% of the time--I have only 1~2 years old burners & Brasero tends to like them better than older units---I will be testing that with a Thinkpad I just bought on eBay last weekend--It is a T23 with a CDburner of that age & I'll report if it is "liked" not as well.....
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    Re: Anyone else think brasero should be replaced?

    It works most of the time, I would say 90%. Some disc shows the process failed, but the disc works.

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    Re: Anyone else think brasero should be replaced?

    No. I think Brasero is an excellent burner. Ive never once had an error with it. Although with Ubuntu thats not saying a much.

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    Re: Anyone else think brasero should be replaced?

    Quote Originally Posted by autocrosser View Post
    Yes--there is one that "seems" to work all the time----but its not free---Hint: first letter is "N"--that being said, Brasero gets the job done for me about 95% of the time--I have only 1~2 years old burners & Brasero tends to like them better than older units---I will be testing that with a Thinkpad I just bought on eBay last weekend--It is a T23 with a CDburner of that age & I'll report if it is "liked" not as well.....
    The "N" is the only thing that does work on my older laptop. Brasero won't even consider it at all. Nor will k3b...
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