Linked by Charles Jennings on Wed 13th Jun 2007 10:38 UTC
Linux I have so much to thank Bill Gates for: introducing me to the baffling joys of consumer computing with Windows 95; teaching me the meaning of fear and dread with Windows 98; leading me to the sunlit uplands of Windows XP; getting me out of Microsoft altogether with the arrival of Vista. I hardly know where to start. And if I hadn't flown into a high-minded anti-Microsoft, down-with-Bill-Gates fury at the start of this year, would I ever have stumbled upon ZenWalk? I doubt it.
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by shuste73 on Wed 13th Jun 2007 13:46 UTC
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To the author: yes, default Audacious is ugly, but you can use Winamp themes on it. Helps a lot. Just drag 'n drop into the themes list in preferences.

re: dagw
Yes, you can use Slackware 11 packages. I've been using Zenwalk since before it was called Zenwalk and it's always accepted packages nicely.

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RE: Audacious
by netpython on Wed 13th Jun 2007 16:58 in reply to "Audacious"
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Or you could use amarok,banshee to name a few :-)

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RE[2]: Audacious
by wirespot on Thu 14th Jun 2007 12:52 in reply to "RE: Audacious"
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That depends on what you want. Some people just want a little something that plays music, and something like Audacious is just right for them. Some people want a music library, and so Amarok is the thing.

It has a lot to do with personal taste. People develop a very personal relation with their music, and it shows in their choice of a player.

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