BlahBlah_X wrote:I had never heard of media monkey until now.
And anyways, I highly doubt there are 10s of thousands of possible linux users that would adopt it only if one mp3 manager was ported to linux. There are probably about 50 people that fit that category.
Most people either don't use linux because they don't want to make the change or are happy with what they are using already. If they do decide to use linux, they actually want to use it and explore the different software, not complain about one individual product not being ported over to a minority operating system.
midknight wrote:blahblah, please realize that every time you or someone else rants about how Linux won't satisfy everyone's smallest wishes, think of the fact that you are discouraging another user from using Linux, and stopping him or her from spreading the word, and therefore slowing the Free Software Movement and putting another $300 in Microsoft's pocket. Instead, we could encourage zeesson to find a way to solve his own problem.
Zeesson, have you tried Wine? (if not, search it)
also, don't forget Miro !
I'm not trying to insult you or anything, just to inform you that it is very unpleasant to have your thread crushed by a pessimistic rant. Please don't flame me .
BlahBlah_X wrote:And anyways, I highly doubt there are 10s of thousands of possible linux users that would adopt it only if one mp3 manager was ported to linux. There are probably about 50 people that fit that category.
Boy, don't you linux boys rabbit on.....
My background.....sys admin of two large solaris unix installations,
the user still has to use the old terminal / command line to perform some system "startup tweaks" after looking up a forum of painstaking geek speak and sarcastic comments.
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