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brasero_burning [2013/04/15 22:27]
Rob Whyte
brasero_burning [2019/02/09 10:31]
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-===== How To Burn an Optical Disk Using Brasero ===== 
  
-by Peter Tesar 
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-From the desktop you can burn a CD or DVD using Brasero. 
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-==== Invoking Brazero ==== 
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-There are several ways to invoke Brasero. Choose the one that works best for you. 
- 
-  - Type "brasero" from the "alt+F2" run box. 
-    * Press "Alt+F2". An edit box appears. 
-    * Type: 
-    * <code> 
-brasero 
-</code> 
-    * Press "enter". 
-  - You can open a terminal. 
-    * Press "Ctrl+Alt+t". 
-    * From the terminal command line, type: 
-    * <code> 
-brasero 
-</code> 
-    * Press "Enter". 
-  - Gnome classic. Use the menus. 
-    * Press "Alt+f1" to navigate to Menus->Sound & Video->Brasero. 
-    * Press "Enter". 
-  - using the Dash 
-    * Push the Super key, also known as the Windows key  
-    * Type:  
-    * <code> 
-    * "brasero" 
-    * </code> 
-    * Press "Enter". 
-  - Using Classic Indicator in Unity 
-  - Press "Alt+F10" and arrow "Left" aproxametly six times until you hear image window. 
-Navigate to >Sound & Video->Brasero. 
-    *  
-  
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-==== Preparations ==== 
- 
-These are the steps you need to take before you burn your disk. I assume you have already placed a disk into your opticle drive. 
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-  - To blank a RW disk: 
-    * Press "Alt+t" for the "Tools" menu. 
-    * Arrow down to "blank" in this menu. 
-    * Press "enter". 
-  - Tab and select a project. For example, select the Data Project button 
-  - Press "enter". A new frame appears. 
-  - When you have a blank RW disk loaded, there will be a combo box with:<code> 
- Blank CD RW disc: 700MB of free space 
-</code> 
-  - Select the "add" button to continue to the next frame. 
-  - Your focus might be on the location text field. Reverse tab and you will hear your user name followed by: "toggle button pressed". This means that your Home directory is the default. 
-  - Reverse tab to the name column header. This puts focus on a list. 
-  - Arrow down to hear the items in your Home directory. 
-  - Highlight the folder containing files you want to burn. 
-  - Double press the numpad slash to open the folder. 
-  - Press "ctrl+a" to select all. 
-  - Select the "add" button. 
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-==== Burning the Opticle Disk ==== 
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-When you have selected all the files you wish to burn to the opticle disk: 
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-  - Tab to the "files" column header. 
-  - Arrow down to verify that you have selected the files you want to burn. 
-  - Select the "burn" button to start the process. 
brasero_burning.txt · Last modified: 2019/02/09 10:31 (external edit)