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    MP3 Player for Linux


    Hello,

    I'm looking for a good flash-based mp3 player to buy with somewhere between 256 MB to 1 GB of memory. Are there any that you can recommend to work with Windows, Mac, and Linux? I was going to buy an iRiver until I found out they only supported Windows and Mac.

    Thanks.

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    iPod or whatever it's called ??

    I know rhythmbox supports ipod
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    Guess you can't say the i word.

    iPod

    :P

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    ipod is compatible with linux? /me learned something new
    and i can't say ipod ? what about porn (people spam that) or bigger member ? or how about windows ?
    (it's kinda pointless cos in the ipod error message it says ipod)

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    First time I saw the ipod "error", I thought someone had typed that in as a joke;
    It is interesting to know that I can get the i-POD to work in linux;
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    yeah, but the ipod is hard drive based. i'm interested in getting a flash player i can jog with, throw against a wall, kick, step on, beat the crap out of and not worry about the hard drive failing.
    :P

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