My first project under Linux - GNOME Optical tools
2 years ago I began experimenting with Linux and in this time, Linux became my main operating system. It has many advantages over Windows, more possibilities to study new things, create scripts to perform repeated tasks, so it was only matter of time to start with some real project.
GNOME Optical Tools (got for short) is software for info and checking of optical drives a media under Linux. Currently it supports CD and DVD only and is based on Qpxtool, which does the same (and more), but under QT3. GNOME Optical Tools needs Gtk++, so it is best run under GNOME as the name says.
More info and download can you find here.
This article comes from Mike Crash Homepage
Date: Wed 01.Oct.2008, 20:14
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