"Linux offers several excellent music players, including (but
not limited to) XMMS, Zinf, noatun, amaroK, Juk, Rhythmbox, and
Kaffeine. Most of these can play streaming Internet audio, compact
discs, and best of all, digital audio files. With music stored as
digital audio files, you can enjoy your music wherever and whenever
you want to.
"If you don't know how to convert CDs into audio files on Linux,
this column is for you..."
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