What music player do you use on linux?

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kvv
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Re: What music player do you use on linux?

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Kendall wrote:I abandoned the use of locally installed music players in favor of an Rdio subscription last month. I still have my music collection on an external hard drive, but I don't believe I'll be using it any time soon.
Did you try grooveshark, it's free? Although, I am not sure if it has a free app for mobile devices.
alpha1 wrote:Thanks the GTK ui is much easier on eyes that the old GUI.
Yes, I feel you, but I am pretty sure we are the minority. :D
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Re: What music player do you use on linux?

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I've tried Rhythm Box and Amarok, but prefer Banshee and Exaile...now, if I could only get Exaile's radio to work (which it did once upon a time)!
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Re: What music player do you use on linux?

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kvv wrote:
alpha1 wrote:Yeah!
why is audacious 1.4 not visible on repositories?
I am not sure about 1.4, but 2.4.2 is the version available on the repositories.
The repo appears to have 2.4.0. I'm guessing this version doesn't have the new gtk interface?

[edit] It does.
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Re: What music player do you use on linux?

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Used to use Songbird, then moved to Rythmbox before finally settling with Banshee, :)
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Re: What music player do you use on linux?

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Another Banshee user here.
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