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    Feisty Fawn Cd cover

    Based on the Edgy label made by Aelfric, I made some covers for Feisty. Here they are :

    Ubuntu :
    - PC i386 : alternate live server
    - PC 64-bits : alternate live server

    Kubuntu :
    - PC i386 : alternate live server
    - PC 64-bits : alternate live server


    --Ubuntu-------------Kubuntu


    -Edubuntu---Xubuntu (live CD - i386)
    Last edited by french_Photon; August 30th, 2007 at 12:56 PM.

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    Re: Feisty Fawn Cd cover

    NICE! love these... now, how would one go about applying this? would you need a printer that can print to CD's, lightscribe, glue?

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    Re: Feisty Fawn Cd cover

    I used LightScribe for the Ubuntu disk (It works best if you turn the contrast up all the way) and it looks great.

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    Re: Feisty Fawn Cd cover

    I'm really regretting that I didn't upgrade my hp laptop with lightscribe now

    as soon as I find a friend that has one though... it's burning time

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    Re: Feisty Fawn Cd cover

    Very nice. I'll have to print that up and slap a label on my CD.

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    Re: Feisty Fawn Cd cover

    Quote Originally Posted by Ciego View Post
    I used LightScribe for the Ubuntu disk (It works best if you turn the contrast up all the way) and it looks great.
    Is there a specific way you use LightScribe in Ubuntu or did you use Windows for LightScribe.

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    Re: Feisty Fawn Cd cover

    Quote Originally Posted by Ciego View Post
    I used LightScribe for the Ubuntu disk (It works best if you turn the contrast up all the way) and it looks great.
    How did you turn the contrast all the way up? Not in GNU\Linux I'm guessing?

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    Re: Feisty Fawn Cd cover

    Hi,

    Great work, I have a printer that can print directly on printable cd's, but I can't find a suitable program to use in the repositories, anybody have any suggestions?

    It would be kind of lame having to boot in Windows to print a label on my Ubuntu CD

    Thanks

    Kyozo

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    Re: Feisty Fawn Cd cover

    Quote Originally Posted by kyozo View Post
    Hi,

    Great work, I have a printer that can print directly on printable cd's, but I can't find a suitable program to use in the repositories, anybody have any suggestions?

    It would be kind of lame having to boot in Windows to print a label on my Ubuntu CD

    Thanks

    Kyozo
    Just ask GIMP and Gutenprint to do it. Works perfectly for me with an Epson Stylus Photo 900.

    The other make that usually prints to CD is Canon, but you may need to investigate the commercial Turboprint driver (30euro I think) if you have one of those.

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    Re: Feisty Fawn Cd cover

    Quote Originally Posted by daradib View Post
    Is there a specific way you use LightScribe in Ubuntu or did you use Windows for LightScribe.
    I used Lacie Lightscribe Labeler in Ubuntu. I am not sure how it works now but I had to use Dapper (chroot) to get it to work. Perhaps it works in efisty but I am not entirely sure as I have not tried it yet.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ekstreme View Post
    How did you turn the contrast all the way up? Not in GNU\Linux I'm guessing?
    I opened the file in GIMP and then turned up the contrast. I then used Lacie as mentioned above and picked the best contrast option. The labels look pretty nice ... for lightscribe.

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