The Kautorun Handbook 0.1
kautorun docks in your KDE panel and behaves exactly like autorun.
kautorun automatically recognizes all available CD-ROMs in your system, mounts them upon insertion and executes a possible autorun executable on the CD.
To allow an ordinary user to do this, you have to add the options "user" and "exec" in /etc/fstab to the CD-ROMs that you want to use.
Tweak disc autorun in Windows view it
It's easy to rip music from a CD under Windows! view it
One way to install Ubuntu is using a LiveCD or DVD, which we'll show you in this episode. view it
You remember once being told that you could burn files to CD, but what does that mean? Here's a quick definition. view it
We show you how to install a CD, DVD or Blu-ray drive into your computer. view it
We show you some of the options available to you when it comes time to export your GarageBand project. view it