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hi what x11 tool should i use to burn cdroms in open bsd 6.2
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An xterm (and ksh) running mkhybrid(8) & cdio(1), as per the FAQ.
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if you are still looking, I use xfburn (in the gui).
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if you are still looking, I use xfburn (in the gui).
It may sound as a silly question....

Does xfburn exist as a package?

Or port? I can't find it.

HTML Code:
sor:19$ make search key=xfburn
sor:20$ 
What am I doing wrong?

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I don't see it here:
http://ftp.openbsd.org/pub/OpenBSD/6.2/packages/amd64/
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I believe xfburn initially was developed by an XFCE4 contributor for linux. It has been ported to FreeBSD/NetBSD. I tried it on NetBSD (wanted to avoid dd) and, for me, it worked well.
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I don't know anything about using ports, but I looked here:
https://www.openbsd.org/faq/ports/po...ml#PortsSearch
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Searching the ports tree
Once you have the ports tree in place on your system, it becomes very easy to search for software. Just use make search key="searchkey" as shown in this example:
Since I do not have the ports tree in place on my system I can not do a actual search .

On the OP's, I think it comes up empty because nothing is found.
The same happens when I try:
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$ pkg_info -q xfburn
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There is a pkglocatedb package you can install. It allows you to keyword search every file in every package. Since I happen to have it, I can confirm that xfburn is not in the OpenBSD ports tree.

There are three icon themes that have icons for it, though.
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