wow ,cool cover!!
I really like it !!
See this on how to install Lighscribe Labeler in Ubuntu:
You will basically download two RPMs from the LaCie site and use alien to make DEBs which you will install. Type 4L-gui to run the program. Unfortunately, I've heard that LaCie was working on making it work with Edgy; I don't know how it'll be with Feisty. If I ever try, I will tell you the results. I have Kubuntu Feisty with a LightScribe burner, but no LightScribe discs.
I have Feisty and my first attempt at using the LaCie Lightscribe Labeler worked. The printed image wasn't that dark.... but I'm going to blame myself for not making a high contrast image before printing the label. I'll try again and let you know.
Maybe the transparent trademark text could be smaller, but it's a detail :].
Okay. I scanned the lightscribe disc and here are my results. I thought it turned out pretty good. I'm running Feisty and using the LaCie labeler. I printed on the disc a total of 3 times (I'm sure this can be avoided by using a higher contrasted image in the app)
I am totally new to Ubuntu as I have just downloaded Ubuntu Linux 6.06.1 off the net and will be installing it within the next few days, and then my experience will begin.
I have noticed that you have made several very nice labels, in particular the red and yellow Ubuntu Linux 5.04.
I was wondering would you be able to modify that label for me so as to read version 6.06.1?
If can see your way to do that I would mostly appreciate the effort. Also if it is more convenient for you, then you can email it to me as an attachment.
Next question. I have a labelling program into which I can import pictures and or labels to print, however I noticed that when I ran up your labels they are rather large, much larger than a CD label.
If the label is smaller than a CD, I can stretch them to fit, but I do not know how I would go with your large label.
Any suggestion there?
Final question, what is the difference between all the different spelling variations on Ubumtu, eg. Kubuntu and all the other "...buntu's".