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RE: mc as burning frontend?

Subject: RE: mc as burning frontend?
From: "Leandro Chescotta"
Date: Tue, 2 Dec 2008 10:30:08 -0200
Well i use mc 60% of the time I'm at my PC (the rest of the time are
other CLI tools and swiftweasel), and I found a handy tool called
burn-cd and wodim to burn ISO's, so I did this:

1. a menu entry to show on all filetypes and directories to make an ISO
from the selected directory (urxvtc -e COMMAND &)
2. another menu entry associated to the .iso extension to burn ISO's
with wodim and other with burn-cd

I'm sorry I don't have the commands here, I'm at work and this is a
windows machine :( if you want I'll post them later after work, from
home


Jes?s Guerrero Wrote:

>Hello,
>
>I was wondering if some mc user uses mc in any creative way as a
burning frontend.
>
>So far, I found mcburn which is a patch for mc. However I revieved it
briefly and from what I can gather looking at it on my browser it only
seems to be able to burn a given folder into a cd. Nothing else.
>
>http://friesoft.nl/software/mcburn-0.2.patch
>
>Not that this is important. I am just happy with command lines tools. I
just feel curious.
>
>Regards :)
>-- 
>Jes?s Guerrero



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