Helo, can anybody on here tell me if opensuse has a way to install gnomebaker in opensuse 12? Brasero on ubuntu/mint is not very good. Not sure on open suse yet.
On 01/07/2012 08:36 PM, sparko wrote:
> Helo, can anybody on here tell me if opensuse has a way to install
> gnomebaker in opensuse 12?
as far as i can tell, no there are no prebuilt packages for it…but,
except that there is no “opensuse 12” it should be possible to download
the source tarball and compile/install it on your system…
> Brasero on ubuntu/mint is not very good. Not sure on open suse yet.
if you don’t want to do the easy compile/install i’d suggest you give
K3b a try…as far as i know (maybe others know more??) it runs fine in
Gnome if installed with YaST Software Management…
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FWIW, I found an openSUSE RPM package for version 0.6.4 here:
thanks for the messages back. see what happens.
Checking that rpm too, but I’m weary as the Unconfined repo doesn’t seem to exist on opensuse servers anymore.
Well I did find the project on OBS https://build.opensuse.org/project/show?project=home%3AUnconfined
But it doesn’t list that rpm, so perhaps something failed with it, but it seems clean enough. That is actually the only gnomebaker project I can find listed on obs. Will post results.
edit: installed and running fine, my hopes are this can burn a cd iso to a dvd… crosses fingers
edit again: well it cant but perhaps it can convert the iso. otherwise I’ll open a new post about this, as its seemingly annoying that nothing can burn a cd image to a dvd lol…
Is Gnomebaker maintaned,I tought that the developer gave up some time ago if I remember,and yes I loved Gnomebaker more then Brasero!
Yeah it’s dead, so sad. It still works but it doesn’t do what I needed it for, but since it still works I go back and forth between the two now. In the mean time the only option I see is opening a new post regarding what should be a simple task, which atm I can only achieve using windows.