sudo dpkg -i nerolinux-188.8.131.52-x86_64.debGo to Applications / Sound & Video/ Nero Linux and start the burning solution. Pretty straight forward; right? Think about when installing Nero on Windows ;). First we have this 100MB+ installation source and than install the complete suite of tools; with Linux installation I get what I want.
Since two weeks I am becoming Ubuntu fan and I am missing some of my windows applications. Nero is one of those and thanks to Nero they ported their burning solution for Linux also. Download the trial from Nero.com website here. Start a new terminal session and run dpkg to install the Linux version of Nero Burning Rom.