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CDR-Toaster

CDR-Toaster is a Tk frontend for writing CDs. It is a graphical front-end for the excelent programs 'mkisofs', 'cdrecord' and 'cdparanoia'. It may be used to burn audio, data, bootable, and combo CDs. It can also rip audio and data tracks. CDR-Toaster can even burn mp3s as audio CDs.

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  •  30 Jan 2001 06:12

    Release Notes: Support has been added for 10x and 12x burners in the interface. The projects has been rehosted with SourceForge.

    •  30 Jan 2001 06:12

      Release Notes: Now works without modification on Solaris.

      •  30 Jan 2001 06:12

        Release Notes: This release includes a couple of bugfixes, and the ability to specify the audio-rip source.

        •  30 Jan 2001 06:12

          Release Notes: A fix for ripping data tracks.

          •  30 Jan 2001 06:12

            Release Notes: A fix for an embarrasing bug involving command pipelines, and works without modification if your wish is not at /usr/bin/wish.

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            14 Mar 2001 10:04 tobtoh

            Quirky, but good
            Despite the authors fondness for quirky button labels and error messages, CDR-Toaster is a good (and small!!) GUI frontend. I found the GUI layout to be a bit confusing at first, but after playing with it a bit, it was quite usable. But the most important question is whether it does it's intended job - to this, I can say a definite yes!

            07 Sep 1999 19:01 pstrader

            cdrtoaster DL
            Hi; It's an http link, not ftp. The file is 'cdrtoaster' (26k) and it's there.
            Hope this helps,
            Peace, Pete

            07 Sep 1999 10:50 ecor1

            CDRtoaster 1.02
            Welp, 1.02 is not availible from that link, and I even checked their webpage which provides the same ftp link. For some reason v 1.02 is not availible anywhere..

            Any Ideas?

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