How a Linux DVD duplicator saved my pocket

What with my imminent workshops on the horizon and a promise that "Every student receives a Free Software DVD", I have realised that I need to be burning more than one laborious DVD at a time.On offer to my students is the Windows Free Software collection OpenDisc and Linux Mint, a polished Ubuntu derivative distro.

What with my imminent workshops on the horizon and a promise that "Every student receives a Free Software DVD", I have realised that I need to be burning more than one laborious DVD at a time.

On offer to my students is the Windows Free Software collection OpenDisc and Linux Mint, a polished Ubuntu derivative distro.

I looked at buying a dedicated DVD duplicator for £150+ and then my next door neighbour (a Windows Man) suggested using an old PC with half a dozen DVD writers, if only the software weren't so expensive.

“Aha, Linux” I thought. And sure enough, BurnerOnFire.

Time to put the old PC to good use…

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