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I'm looking to have an mp3 and internet browsing PC in myfront room. Since it will be "always on", I'm looking for some stability as well! I'm thinkinking of buying ...
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    Music Match Jukebox


    I'm looking to have an mp3 and internet browsing PC in myfront room.

    Since it will be "always on", I'm looking for some stability as well!

    I'm thinkinking of buying a "bare bones" machine (small, quiet) and running Lycoris on it (easy for guests to use).

    What I really want to know is how well the Linux distro of Music Match works? I love the indexing system on the Win version, and am hoping that the linux version is the same?

    Has anyone used it? Feedback at all?

    Many thanks,

    H

    Oh, link: http://linux.tucows.com/mmedia/preview/165558.html

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    If you're going to create an MP3 "jukebox", I'd suggest using an IR remote control. If it sounds interesting, you can check out the details on http://www.lirc.org/.

    Stability is seldom a problem with Linux.

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    mp3 player

    there is severa small programs some ru in dos and others linux that run in line command that are desingned for that purpose do a google search for dos box and mp3 players also on sourcforgde.net i cam across a line command mp3 player also there is a live cd os that is multi media look for that under live cd it is a linux distro what a live cd is it run from the cd rom and does not in stallit self so it is vrtual

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