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LightScribe on Ubuntu

I was not aware that there was such a good support for Lightscribe on Ubuntu. I have had Lite-on Lightscribe installed on my desktop for a year but never used it. (did not have enough curiosity until today). Initially I was reading an article on how drivers could be found easily on LaCie but then I found this write up on Ubuntu itself.
Summary…
Get the 3 deb packages…
1. LightScribe System Software
2. LightScribe Simple Labeler.
3. LaCie 4L Labeler utility

Install the deb packages and use the following commands..
To run SimpleLabeler

/opt/lightscribeApplications/SimpleLabeler/SimpleLabeler

To run the LaCie 4L application

sudo 4L-gui

References:

https://help.ubuntu.com/community/LightScribe

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