[arch-general] Is there a burning tool able to replace K3b?
simon.hanna at jesus.de
Tue Jan 21 05:51:20 EST 2014
you can check the list of applications in the wiki 
No, you are not the only one who doesn't like GNOME, KDE, XFCE, ...
have you tried i3?
about replacement software:
try using command line tools, just search the link below for all sorts of
2014/1/21 Ralf Mardorf <ralf.mardorf at alice-dsl.net>
> a short question but a long story, perhaps somebody could give some
> To stop a green drive spinning up and down again and again I removed
> gvfs from my machine, but each time I used K3b seemingly a KDE thingy
> makes my drive spin up and down again and again until I reboot.
> Is anybody aware if developers of desktop environments care about things
> like green drives, optional vs hard dependencies?
> I also noticed that if using a desktop environment's GUI editor as root
> this could cause serious issues nowadays.
> Am I the only one who tries to get rid of desktop environments and the
> software, such as the desktop environment's editors?
> I'm experimenting with getting rid of Xfce and I'm testing Jwm at the
> moment, but generating the menu is PITA and to find good replacements
> for editors, file browsers etc. isn't easy.
> Does anybody know burning software that is nearly as comfortable as K3b
> is, but that doesn't need GNOME or KDE dependencies?
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