ddalley wrote:So, again, why is Brasero still included in LM, if everyone still has problems with it?
As said in the post of eanfrid:
. So, everytime a new version of a Gnome-based Linux distro is released, Brasero is added as standard burning application. But also as said in the post of dagon, it is not Brasero to blaim fully for being buggy since Brasero is depending on Wodim which is also buggy. Put them both together and you get what you have, a program which is really buggy and unreliable. You can do 2 things: either keep on using Brasero and accept all the bugs or remove Brasero and start using a burning tool such as Xfburn or K3B. The amount of complains about Brasero i encounter on many other (linux) forums are piling up. Most users who have a Gnome based distro they all ditch Braseo in favour for Xfburn or K3B. From the first time i start using Linux up till now, Brasero is the first application which i remove and replace with K3B since i got familiar with this unstable/buggy burning application.Brasero is included in every Gnome-based distro
Why they keep on adding it? That's the choice of the delevopers of Gnome. Why they keep on adding it? I don't know, ask them. I think there are more users with the same question. But instead of breaking your brains over this matter, it's also that easy to remove/replace it with another burning application.