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    Best Mp3 Player For Linux?


    What's the best mp3 player out there for Linux and where can I get it?

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    that depends on what you like... one of the most popular is XMMS and it comes with most modern distros.. it kinda resembles winamp in a lot of ways.. i personally don't know of many others.. i know that xine and mplayer will both play mp3s, though..
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    Also in KDE there is noatun and kaboodle.
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    Definitely XMMS. It comes with most distros. If not, get it from http://xmms.org.

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    You also have gmerlin, Gtk Mediaplayer. Its good, but mplayer and xmms beats it

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    noatun and kaboodle are fine for kde since i dont use xmms because it never lets me play a directory. noatun has a playlist function that kaboodle lacks though

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