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    Seeking LINUX OS Jukebox Ap

    Assistance, please.
    I am currently running my music files in a Windows only JRivers Media Jukebox which will not run on Linux even with WINE and/or Crossover Linux.

    Unfortunately, I have over 10k music files which are indexed into smartlists.

    REQUEST: I am seeking a music jukebox which can run on a Linux OS and accept music files (mp3, ogg, etc) and easily sort these files into smartlists/playlists. I don't wish to individually relabel these files.

    I currently have my 2 main computers set up with a dual boot of Windows XP and Linux Mint Debian Edition. If I could find a Linux Jukebox which would do the above, I'd switch to LMDE in a heartbeat.

    Thanks for reading my post and for any advice or suggestions...even snide comments.

    tlcmd (aka Dick)

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    Linux User zenwalker's Avatar
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    Inland Empire
    Only one I am familiar with is Vortex Box -- here
    Don't klnow a thing about J.Rivers
    Not an ap, but a distro.
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    Just so members know what you are talking about.

    Media Jukebox: Free J. River Media Jukebox software

    Me, I am not fancy. XMMS works just fine in my motorcycle shop
    as a radio station / music folder/directory player.
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