Thanks, James, for the sensible reply. In fact, there are good reasons that some tools are CLI-based, and others have a GUI. As I alluded to in my original post, I am strongly in favor of some tools being at the command line, such as "zpool", because they are simpler and less prone to error. But if you want to aggregate files from a dozen different directories, to backup data and code that might be spread over several file systems, I don't see how [b]any[/b] CLI-based utility is going to make this easy, or more importantly, quick. Indeed, I'm not hung up about Nero, but I just want a filebrowser-based, easy, way to burn CDs/DVDs and Blu-ray disks with just a few clicks. I don't want to make a separate .iso file first. It's all about saving time and hassle. I'm unwilling to invest much time in getting something so basic to work, when there are so many other things to do.
So no one knows of a solution for OpenSolaris that is similar to what's available on other platforms? That's too bad. I suppose I should just NFS the filesystem and access it over the network, from a computer running either Windows or Linux, just for burning? That seems a bit awkward... Thanks. -- This message posted from opensolaris.org _______________________________________________ zones-discuss mailing list email@example.com