Linked by Adam S on Fri 23rd Nov 2007 16:11 UTC
Editorial This day-after-Thanksgiving, when many Americans are enjoying a day off and several others are at work goofing around on OSNews, we decided to ask you: what's your "killer app?" What's the one app you can't live without? Sound off in the comments - one app only!
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RE[3]: Winamp
by anonybrowse on Fri 23rd Nov 2007 20:35 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: Winamp"
anonybrowse
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2007-05-26

No, how about Beep Music Player or Audacious instead, XMMS is old and crusty, or you could come somewhat up to date, if you have more thant 20 digital music files to your name, and use a music manager like Listen, Exail or, well, any of these
http://www.gnomefiles.org/subcategory.php?sub_cat_id=2

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RE[4]: Winamp
by CowMan on Sat 24th Nov 2007 18:21 in reply to "RE[3]: Winamp"
CowMan Member since:
2006-09-26

XMMS is old, is crusty, and depreciated ~ however, it still works well with large file counts, which cannot be said for either Beep or Audacious ~ and it has a massive availability of plugins.
For a combination of lightweight & powerful, I'm not sure one could beat yammi + xmms + a decent collection of plugins (Anyone thinking of saying Amarok, try tossing 15 or 20,000 files into it.)

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