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Nero Linux

Nero Linux
Developer(s) Nero AG
Initial release 2005;  (2005)
Stable release / 22 December 2010; 3 years ago (2010-12-22)
Development status Discontinued
Operating system Linux
Type Optical disc authoring software
License Shareware[1]

Nero Linux is a port of Nero Burning ROM developed for various Linux distributions.

In March 2005, software publisher Nero AG offered free licenses for Nero Linux to users of the Microsoft Windows version.[2] Applying the GTK+ widget toolkit, Nero Linux reproduced most of the features of Nero Burning ROM. Nero AG published the final update to Nero Linux in December 2010.

Supported distributions

The list of supported distributions: (all higher versions are also said to be supported)[3]

Version history

Version number Release date Notes
Nero Linux
1.0 12 March 2005[4] First release
Nero Linux 2 21 February 2007 Last release of Nero Linux version 2
Nero Linux 3 24 May 2007 GTK+ 2 port, Unicode support, Blu-ray burning. 6 November 2007 13 February 2008 Based on NeroAPI version 7.20. Some command line arguments supported.
3.5 5 April 2008 22 December 2008 18 June 2009
Nero Linux 4 17 September 2009[5] 22 December 2010[6] Latest Linux update
24 April 2012 Nero Linux discontinued

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