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    Nero Linux 4 will now install in Natty

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    Re: Nero Linux 4 will now install in Natty

    What does Nero offer that I can't do with applications in the repository ?
    It's okay, I'm a limo driver

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    Re: Nero Linux 4 will now install in Natty

    Quote Originally Posted by MooPi View Post
    What does Nero offer that I can't do with applications in the repository ?
    Burning of BluRays for one - I backup a lot of data and that is a huge benefit for me.


    tlcstat - thanks for the info!


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    Re: Nero Linux 4 will now install in Natty

    Quote Originally Posted by tlcstat View Post
    Greetings,



    Who cares! I posted this for the benefit of registered Nero Users. If you don't like it don't use it.
    No need to be defensive as I am truly curious to the benefit of Nero due to the huge install base. I do try to use open source first but will use proprietary if necessary.
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    Re: Nero Linux 4 will now install in Natty

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    Re: Nero Linux 4 will now install in Natty

    Please excuse my stupid question and please could you list the special features that Nero exemplifies or does better than the Opensource varieties since you're a Nero user and I'm not. I know that Nero is for burning CD and DVD's so you could explain why it is better and the reasons. In the future I'll try to only respond intelligently and excuse my faux pas.
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    Re: Nero Linux 4 will now install in Natty

    nero-7 for windows.
    mangled my windows system, took over other applications, wouldn't uninstall, stopped windows media player from working.
    Took me hours to dig it out in the end. was installed from cd with purchase of dvd writer.
    k3b is a good burn/copy program for ubuntu.
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    Re: Nero Linux 4 will now install in Natty

    Quote Originally Posted by Duncan Williams View Post
    nero-7 for windows.
    mangled my windows system, took over other applications, wouldn't uninstall, stopped windows media player from working.
    Took me hours to dig it out in the end. was installed from cd with purchase of dvd writer.
    k3b is a good burn/copy program for ubuntu.
    Nero 10 for windows (the for-pay one) installs cleanly, works well and does not get in the way. But I do agree that some of the 'free bundled' versions that come with DVD drives could be a pain.

    MooPi,

    Nero for Linux has more regular updates for new drives as they come on the market, and has a regular income to support more frequent updates. The free ones work fine, but if you need something for the latest drive or newest format (like BluRay Support) the 19.95 (US - for Linux version) is cheaper than wasting a pack of disks.

    It is all in what you need. If the free one is doing everything you need it for, stick with it. If you have to have the newest hardware (like a certain hedgehog you all know), then Nero may be a good fit for you.


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