LightScribe – Simple Labeler Install in Ubuntu

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LightScribe is an innovative technology that uses a special disc drive, special media, and label-making software to burn labels directly onto CDs and DVDs.
Because the labels are laser-etched—not printed—there’s no ink, no smudging, and no peeling.
Your labels can be whatever you want them to be. Create one-of-a-kind designs with your own photos, text, and artwork using your label-making software. Or choose from the many free backgrounds the software provides.
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You will need a LightScribe drive and a blank LightScribe CD or DVD.
Go to the Downloads section from here and get the two deb packages, then double click to install.
LightScribe System Software
LightScribe Simple Labeler
After both are installed make a launcher for it.
Note: You can also double click on the SimpleLabeler file to start it.
File Location: Filesystem/opt/lightscribeApplications/SimpleLabeler
Go to Main Menu – System > Preferences
Under Applications click Accessories to the left, then to the right hit New Item.


Now click on the image icon (upper left), then Copy-and-Past below location in.
Note: Navigating to a icon image and selecting it does not work for some reason.
/opt/lightscribeApplications/SimpleLabeler/content/images/LabelWizardIcon.png
Type: Application
Name: LightScribe (Simple)
Command: /opt/lightscribeApplications/SimpleLabeler/SimpleLabeler
Comment: Simple CD/DVD Labeler
Start LightScribe (Simple) – Applications > Accessories


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