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Nero Linux

Nero Linux

Nero Linux 4 is a burning application for the Linux operating system. Based on the award-winning Nero Burning ROM 7 platform, Nero Linux 4 is a powerful and versatile burning application offering Blu-ray Disc and HD DVD data burning support.

Nero Linux 4 is available in RPM and DEB packages.

 Nero Linux 4



Proprietary License

Nero AG


System Requirements
Linux Kernel 2.4 or newer (2.6 recommended) with X-Window 
Glibc 2.3.2 and libstdc++6 3.4 
GTK+ 2.4.10 (or newer) 
800 MHz Intel® Pentium III processor, AMD Sempron 2200+ processors or equivalent, 128 MB RAM 
Hard drive space: 50 MB for program installation 
CD, DVD, Blu-ray Disc, or HD DVD recordable or rewritable drive for burning

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Features include:

  • Has the same functionality as Nero Burning ROM
  • Burn data using any optical disc format, including CD, DVD, Blu-ray Disc, and HD DVD 
  • Ensure a quick and easy setup using SmartDetect automatic drive support 
  • Take control of your music collection with integrated audio capabilities including high speed digital audio extraction and FreeDB to automatically obtain disc information over the internet
  • Stores and reloads compilations in XML format
  • Unicode support for 26 languages
  • 32 and 64 bit versions
  • Auto detection and support for many internal CD and DVD recorders
  • Supports hotplug for external USB devices
  • Embedded audio decoder /encoder/transcoder with support for ogg, flac, mp3, and wav formats
  • Advanced settings and options for burning CDs, DVDs, Blu-ray Discs ISO 9660 file system support for Blu-ray
  • BD Defect Management (enable/disable)
  • Lightweight Linux bootloader disc support
  • SmartDetect automatic drive detector
  • Enhanced audio format support for AIFF and MusePack
  • Support from FreeDB


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