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Any Unix-based operating with the KDE Windows manager, such as PC-BSD, FreeBSD or Linux distributions using KDE, are suited to [http://k3b.plainblack.com/ K3B], one of the best burning applications for Unix. K3B has a similar interface to other modern burning software found on Windows, such as [[#Nero | Nero]] or [[#CDBurnerXP | CDBurnerXP]], and is equally easy to use.
 
Any Unix-based operating with the KDE Windows manager, such as PC-BSD, FreeBSD or Linux distributions using KDE, are suited to [http://k3b.plainblack.com/ K3B], one of the best burning applications for Unix. K3B has a similar interface to other modern burning software found on Windows, such as [[#Nero | Nero]] or [[#CDBurnerXP | CDBurnerXP]], and is equally easy to use.
  

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Any Unix-based operating with the KDE Windows manager, such as PC-BSD, FreeBSD or Linux distributions using KDE, are suited to K3B, one of the best burning applications for Unix. K3B has a similar interface to other modern burning software found on Windows, such as Nero or CDBurnerXP, and is equally easy to use.

To burn your ISO, launch K3B and click "Tools → Burn Image...", as seen in Figure X-XX:

Figure X-XX:

K3b1a.png


A new window, seen in Figure X-XX, will launch so that you can choose your .iso file. Under "Image to burn", click the blue folder icon to select your file:

Figure X-XX:

K3b2.png


Once your file is listed, click the "Start" button in the top-right corner, and K3B will burn the .iso file onto your DVD.