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xcdroast


This might be okay as a CD burner but gcdmaster seems to be easier to use.

Note the following message that comes from xcdroast:

I have installed xcdroast normally, so only root can run it. If you want non-root users to run it you can make it setuid. If you have suidmanager installed and use suidregister to make xcdroast setuid you will not need to do this again when you upgrade xcdroast.

Please read /usr/doc/xcdroast/README.nonroot.gz before making xcdroast setuid.


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