As a side note, if you are using Debian unstable this package is temporarily unavailable so you will have trouble compiling from source (you'll need to install k3b from source first, or wait for the new package to filter through to the repositories). However, I've recently put up a Debian binary package on the SF download page which should do the trick on i386 machines. - Apr 24 2006
Oops, sorry, it will if you have K3b installed with hal but not the hal development files. So yes, probably the best thing to do is install libhal-dev - Jan 13 2006
$ apt-get install k3blibs k3blibs-dev
$ bzcat burn-0.7.tar.bz2 | tar xv
$ cd burn-0.7
$ su -c "make install" - Mar 20 2005
The very first version of 0.6.1 that I uploaded was a slightly broken version of the source code. I had attempted to fix a bug that sometimes left decoded audio files in your home directory (under ~/.kde/share/apps/kio_burn/decode). If you downloaded the program in the first twenty minutes or so since it was posted here you might want to check that directory to see if it is getting filled up with large audio files. The source code that's online now should fix this, but let me know, here or by email, if you're still having problems.
All I can say is "whoops"! Sorry about that. - Jan 16 2005
I don't have time to make one at the moment - maybe if someone contributes one there will be. - Aug 05 2004
I wasn't really intending to make a replacement for the full-blown CD burning apps, just make a simple add in for konqueror to make it easy to make a basic data cd. I think people will always want / need this bigger programs for doing the complex jobs.
Thanks for the idea though. I'll have a look at k3b when I get some time. - Jul 29 2004