I noticed that there aren't many good methods for burning DJ mixes to CDs, and that there are many parts of the process that are confusing or difficult. This post will attempt to redress that - however, I only use Linux, Audacity for editing, and K3b for burning CDs - so if you use a different operating system, audio editor or burning program, you will need to adapt the tips and processes mentioned here.
Anyway, this is what I do:
dyne:bolic is my favourite Linux distribution (along with Ubuntu Studio), and a new version is in the works. It's not only a great operating system and a superb way to learn about Linux, it is also a fanatastic set of multimedia tools, portable enough for the entire operating system - including personal files - to be carried on a USB stick, and has a great independent attitude and spirit.
From the dyne:bolic pledge campaign:
"dyne:bolic is one of the 100% free distributions recommended by the Free Software Foundation, designed to run efficiently on older computers and game consoles, used to broadcast online independent internet radio and tv, providing strong encryption and emphasizing on local storage of data for better privacy.