Nero releases Linux version of CD software

By   |  April 19, 2005

Users familiar with Nero for CD and DVD creation on Windows now have one less excuse not too move to Linux: NeroLinux. Nero has released a Linux version of its software and it is being distributed in South Africa by Phoenix Global Software. And if you already own a Windows copy of Nero 6 then you\’re eligible for a free copy of NeroLinux.

Jason Phillips, Product Manager at Phoenix, says Nero realised than most \”Linux users have a dual boot machine and may already have purchased Nero for an alternative operating system, this member of Nero\’s product family is available for free to registered Nero 6 full version owners.\”

\”The product is a breakthrough for Nero, and is certainly a step in the right direction for Linux users, broadening the appeal of the operating system with another application that delivers usability as well as functionality,\” says Phillips.

NeroLINUX provides the essential tools to effectively perform optical recording tasks. The application supports burning data and disc images to CDs/DVDs (ISO9660, UDF and UDF/ISO9660 Bridge), Bootable CDs/DVDs, Audio CDs with CD text, Mixed Mode CDs, CD-EXTRA, Multisession CD/DVDs and Double Layer DVDs.

NeroLinux is provided as a standard Linux package in RPM or DEB. Supported 32-bit platforms include Red Hat

Visit www.nero.com/link.php?topic_id=61 for more information.

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