Burning CDs Over the Network with webCDwriter - page 5
Getting and Installing webCDwriter
WebCDwriter is an excellent package that enables you to set up a single Linux CD writing server, and then queue up CDs to be written from any machine that has a web browser and can use the Java plug-ins from Sunand that's a broad range of operating systems. I had a number of things running on the Linux box during the burn process and still came out with a working CD.
This product is certainly a viable and inexpensive (free) alternative to having to buy a bunch of burners, unless there is a reason that you cannot deal with having to change the media at a remote machine.
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