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Kansas City Computer User: Beautiful Music

Mar 26, 2004, 06:00 (2 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Eric Foster-Johnson)

"Most modern computers can play music in a variety of formats, and Linux systems are no exception. Just about every Linux distribution comes with a variety of applications that can play audio CDs, MP3 files, and a most other music formats.

"The GNOME and KDE desktop environments, used in most Linux desktop systems, each sport a number of music playing applications. KDE, for example, usually includes Noatun and Kaboodle, among other applications. The GNOME desktop includes a CD player and an audio file player. Each of these applications can work fine in other desktop environments..."

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