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6.2.3. Using GnomeBaker in Gnome

GnomeBaker is not installed by default from the Live CD or the DVD. If you do not have access to the Internet, you can use the Fedora DVD to install GnomeBaker . Launch the program by clicking Applications > Sound and Video > GnomeBaker .
The bottom of the GnomeBaker features three buttons:
  • Data DVD , to burn files and folders to a DVD .
  • Data CD , to burn files and folders to a CD.
  • Audio CD , to create an audio CD.
To burn a specific file to a CD, or DVD, click the Data CD , or Data CD button, and then drag and drop the files, or entire folders, from the top pane into the bottom pane. You can also highlight the files, or folders, and click the +Add button to add them to the window.
Follow the same process to create an Audio CD, but start with the Audio CD button.
To burn an ISO image file,
  1. Select Tools > Burn DVD Image or Tools > Burn CD Image from the top menu.
  2. Navigate to the image file, select it, and click the OK button.
  3. Click the Start button in the next window to confirm burning your disc image.

 
 
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