More Music to your Ears

In a continuation of my last post, I'm going to check out a few more music players. Again, these are development versions, and they might be different from the current stable versions.

JuK (KDE)

JuK seems to be another popular player for KDE. The easiest way to describe it would be having the interface of Amarok with the feature set of Rhythmbox. It basically plays music and lets you ...

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Converting FLV to MPEG in Linux

This article was originally posted on YouMakeMedia, however it is suitable for FOSSwire readers as well so we decided to post it. Some of the things referenced in the article are slightly old - it was written in October 2006, but the tutorial is timeless.

Be sure to check your local laws and regulations before you continue!

Linux users are often slighted when it comes to media tools. Macromedia/Adobe's ...

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Music to your ears

Quick disclaimer: These reviews are based off of the latest development releases and may not reflect their current stable versions accurately. Any bugs and crashes will be ignored in these reviews.

As long as we have music, there will always be many players to support it. Linux is no exception, and today we're going to look at some of the top contenders for both GNOME and KDE. Some music ...

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