CentOS is a RPM-based Linux distribution, so practically any RPM package will install. However, the choice remains whether to install a disk burning program because it is an RPM binary or because it is made for your Desktop Environment.
Registered on SourceForge on December 27th of 2004, GnomeBaker is a CD/DVD burning program created for the Gnome Desktop Environment, which is the default DE for CentOS. Like most Linux programs, GnomeBaker is open source and source modification and redistribution is allowed.
Brasero is a CD/DVD burning program for the CentOS Gnome Desktop Environment with a design focus centred on intuitiveness and features. Brasero supports multiple backends such as growisofs to improve or add functionality. Brasero can also write an image to the hard drive, as well as check the integrity of disks/files.
Nautilus is the built-in file manager for the Gnome Desktop Environment. Similar to Windows' ability to burn a CD or DVD using Explorer, Nautilus on CentOS allows you to quickly burn a CD or DVD. While it is more limited than other available programs, it allows you to burn files to a disc at any time, right from the folder containing the files.
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