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Re: [vox] MP3 Player for Linux

On Thursday 24 January 2008 21:20:39 Chris Horsting wrote:
> Hi Everyone,
> I am considering replacing my current mp3 player.  Currently, I have a
> SanDisk Sansa c140 1G player.  The menu is not display text, or
> pictures.
> To connect my mp3 player to my Ubuntu desktop, I have to using Amarok.
> On my windows machine, I was able to drag and drop files to my mp3
> player. So, is there mp3 player in the market that is made for Linux?


I don't know about "Made for Linux", but I've had a lot of luck with my 
Creative Zen Nomad XTra.  Under KDE, I can connect with Amarok, but also drag 
and drop so long as I have KZenExplorer installed and the kio_njb libraries 
installed.  I believe that there's also a product called GNomad which is 
comparable to KZenExplorer, but built for Gnome -- however, I've had less 
luck using that one.

Richard S. Crawford
Editor-in-chief, Daikaijuzine (http://www.daikaijuzine.com)
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