I’m stuck on EOS 3.5.8, is that bad? EOS 4.0.0 is on the doorstep and Debian 11 is out and I’m still stuck. What’s the reason, can anyone tell me? Here comes Rhythmbox removed from the pre-installed apps block! Great news! By the way, what can’t be said about the unsinkable, “immortal highlander” Brasero. The app, which works within 50% of its stated capabilities, stands like a rock. I wonder if this project is supported, corrected, developed? The impression is that it is not.
There are no alternative apps at all on Flathub on this topic. There is, however, a stripped down Power CD, but even here the problem is that you can only burn a Data-CD.
Yes, I understand that nobody but me needs an application which allows to burn DVD-video or Audio-CD on optical disc without problems. But these features are claimed by Brasero:
1. Creating an Audio-CD - doesn’t work.
2. Burning data to disc - it works.
3. Creating DVD from ready-made structure - doesn’t work (doesn’t see VOB files). Had to create ISO file first with genisoimage utility and then…
4. …burning ISO file to disc - works
To burn the Audio-CD I used the wodim utility, which works in Endless OS via sudo, because there is no access to the cdrom group, which is apparently read-only, and I can’t add my user to that group.
Now a question for the Endless OS developers. Is there a plan for the near future: to do away with pre-installed apps? What’s the point of apps that can’t be uninstalled? The ones that aren’t used, but take up hard drive space? Thank you.