Burn a simple data CD in Ubuntu Feisty out-of-the-box

Today a friend of mine called me for burning a CD. The last CD I burned with GnomeBaker, which had to be installed before. Now I did not wanted to install an app first and to try what Ubuntu has to offer just out-of-the-box.

Image Hosted by ImageShack.us I inserted a blank CD and and a second later I had a icon on my desktop and nautilus popped up and showed me the blank CD-ROM. I just dragged to content to burn from the folder and dropped it on the CD-ROM-Icon. Then I just clicked the Write-to-disc-button, and after I configured the burning speed I could see the burning process.

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There occurred no problems and the CD worked fine. Hmm I think since Windows XP there was a simple way to accomplish this task but I always had to install my old Nero Version ;-).

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4 Responses to “Burn a simple data CD in Ubuntu Feisty out-of-the-box”


  1. 1 Anonymous August 19, 2007 at 11:34 am

    but how to burn a ISO to a cd in ubuntu?

  2. 2 ataub2qf August 19, 2007 at 7:49 pm

    Hmm I am not sure but I would try the reverse way of this: Recording an .iso-File in Ubuntu:

    guru@guru-desktop:~$ cp MyCD.iso /dev/cdrom

    Donno if it will work.. Else try GnomeBaker.

  3. 3 Alex Eagar October 24, 2007 at 10:23 pm

    Right click the ISO and select ‘Write to Disk…’


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