Description of problem:
Anabel gets her copy of Fedora 8 Gnome CD version and installs it. Se find is so
great that she would like to copy her Fedora 8 and distribute it around. She is
in a new flat so she doesn't have internet connection. She needs to duplicate
Fedora 8 CD but she doesn't have tools in her gnome menu that enable her to do so.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
Anabel to start up Brasero or some other CD/DVD burning app and to duplicate her
Fedora 8 CD/DVD and give it to her friends.
It didn't make it for Fedora 8, so please consider it for Fedora 9
This is in F8 Nautilus. Just pop in a DVD or CD, wait for it to mount and right
click the icon that pops up. In the context sensitive menu select the 'Copy
Disk...' option. This will give you the option of copying to an iso file or
directly to the same DVD/CD writer drive (or any other DVD/CD writer drives you
may have). If you select the same drive the media is in it will prompt you to
unload your media and put a blank disk in once it has finished copying the iso.
If you want this to be an icon on the installed desktop or perhaps a item on the
live-cd itself that is perhaps easy to do with a simple shell script and a
enhancement bug should be filed on the liveCD component. If you want
enhancements to nautilus-cd-burner such as better UI please file them upstream
with GNOME. Thanks.