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I have and HP Officejet 6500 Wireless printer and I'm running Ubuntu 10.04 32bit. I want to print CD covers, what kind of software can i use to do that? I already tried glables, Gimp, and Image viewer.

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The default cd-burn application in Ubuntu, called Brasero, actually has a build-in CV Cover printer.

  • Launch brasero
  • Select any of the project types
  • Click on the menu 'extra'
  • Select 'CD Cover Printer'

It will fill the cover with the data from the project. For music this would be the tracklisting. For files this would be the file-listing, etc.

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Ralf: how do i do it Brasero? – Steve Sep 12 '10 at 14:38
I've updated the description of my answer a little. I hope it's clear now! – Ralf Sep 12 '10 at 17:15

There's also Kover, disc-cover, and CDcover that might work for you. They're all in the repos.

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What was the problem with glabels ? Any specific feature you're looking for ?

You could also try Koverartist

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