"MusicMatch Inc., a maker of software for storing and playing
music on personal computers, on Tuesday released a test version of
its "jukebox" for the start-up Linux operating system."
"The move makes privately held MusicMatch the first major
company to offer a mainstream jukebox for Linux, a free operating
system that is increasingly touted as an alternative to Microsoft
Corp.'s Windows platform."
"Until now the Linux community has had very few options for
experiencing the freedom of digital music," MusicMatch Chief
Executive Dennis Mudd said in a statement."
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