software installation problem with Linux

United States
September 21, 2009 8:38pm CST
I am currently using ubuntu, and xubuntu on my desktop, and laptop. The problem is that when I want install software like Nero 9.0, and other software like photoshop, the operating system simply display the CD content, and it couldn't anything else, like install the program directly to the computer. Not like Windows, when you put the CD to the CD-Rom drive, it would automatically run the installation. It just won't do the same in Linux operating system. What can I do to install the Nero 9.0 and Photoshop to my computer?
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2 responses
• China
22 Sep 09
You can download for linux version NeroLINUX there are a lot of linux software is not compatible, you can only install it on the network to find suitable software, or other appropriate place. I wish you luck!
• United States
22 Sep 09
Thanks, I just want to know if there are other ways that I can install them to Linux too. I knew most software out there in the market only compatible with Mac operating or Windows operating system. I just need to find out if there is a way that can bridge the difference.
@kurtaxl (110)
• Philippines
22 Sep 09
Check this link: I use to find all linux software that i used in my machine.