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Hi, I was wondering if there's a program like Napster or Rhapsody for Linux so that I can get some music playing on my Fedora Core 2 . Any suggestions? ...
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    Hi,
    I was wondering if there's a program like Napster or Rhapsody for Linux so that I can get some music playing on my Fedora Core 2. Any suggestions? Thanks

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    u can download lot's of things using aMule

    http://kitech.com.my/fedoraguide/index.html#p2pamule

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    Limewire, Gnapster, Qtella to name a few.

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    great! Thanks a lot, guys.

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    Another thing though. Seems that most of these are for P2P file sharing. I'm not totally sure if it's legal to download music on them. (Gnapster has a tag says "100% legal" but gives no more information than that.) Also I'm more towards a online radio type of thing like Rhapsody, which lets you simply choose and play without downloading. I wouldn't mind paying for that.

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    1) Install xmms
    2) Go to shoutcast.com
    3) Find a stream or more and add them as URLs in xmms

    Completely free and legal.
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    Thank you!!

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