K3b is a powerful, feature-complete burning application for KDE 4 which comes with support for burning CDs, DVDs, ISO images, Blu-ray discs, audio CDs, creating ISO images. K3b supports multisession mode, features on-screen display, sound notifications, it can copy from one device to another, allows to rip audio CDs using the transcode utility, rip Video CDs or DVDs or create eMoviX projects.
This is the default burning application in the GNOME desktop environment, and comes bundled with everything you’d expect from a regular application in its category: it can burn ISO images, audio CDs, Video DVDs and SVCDs, it has plugins support, can copy discs and erase rewritable CDs or DVDs. A nice feature Brasero has for a long time now is the cover editor, which let’s you create simple covers for your discs.
This is a powerful CD/DVD burning application with support for bootable CDs, CD-Text, copying CDs or DVDs and network devices.
Xfburn is the default burning application provided by the Xfce desktop environment. As usual, it is lightweight but still provides all the features one needs to get work done. It supports burning CDs/DVDs and ISO images, create audio CDs, blank CD-RW.
This is a great text-user interface application which runs in a terminal and features everything included with the above mentioned graphical applications. MyBashBurn can burn audio or data CDs/DVDs, create ISO images, has support for CUE files, supports multisession and can blank CD-RW. It needs some configuring at first though.
Nero Burning ROM is a closed-source, commercial burning solution with lots of features and capabilities. The free download provides a trial version of the application. The official download page provides DEB and RPM packages for both 32-bit and 64-bit architectures. Before starting it you will have to accept their EULA.