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    nsf file


    what program can be use to read the nsf file?
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    Use the xmms plugin

    I typed "listen nsf linux" in google and i found :

    http://www.xmms.org/plugins.php?details=189

    It's a plugin for an Audio Player called XMMS, so you need to install XMMS first.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wildz
    I typed "listen nsf linux" in google and i found :

    http://www.xmms.org/plugins.php?details=189

    It's a plugin for an Audio Player called XMMS, so you need to install XMMS first.

    Happy new year, man!

    Dave
    Hi,
    Thks for ur reply, this is the Domino file extension instead of the plugin for an Audio Player called XMMS
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    NSF is a proprietary IBM format, you could install Domino server on your linux box to access those files, but there doesn't appear to be a native Lotus Notes Client for Linux yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by farslayer
    NSF is a proprietary IBM format, you could install Domino server on your linux box to access those files, but there doesn't appear to be a native Lotus Notes Client for Linux yet.
    yes, u get what i asking already, thks
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