burn-configure is a configuration utility for burn(1). Burn (“Burn until recorded, now!”) is a tool for writing optical media of various kinds.

The burn(1) program looks for its configuration settings in the following files: /etc/burn.conf, ~/.burnrc.

When invoked, burn-configure will ask a series of questions interactively at the console, and then write a new configuration to the file in the current directory. This file can then be used for the contents of any of the burn(1) configuration files.

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