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Thus spake Canek Peláez on Tue, Jan 09, 2007 at 02:57:32PM CST
> On 1/9/07, Lindsay Haisley <fmouse-gentoo@...> wrote:
> >I'm looking for a decent Gnome-compatible GUI CD player to replace xmcd, of
> >which I was quite fond, but the code is apparently no longer maintained and
> >it's no longer in Gentoo. Fixing the code and compiling it manually is a
> >bear! I'm looking for something fairly flexible and which will access the
> >databases of my choice.
> >kscd isn't compatbile with Gnome
> >gnome-cd sux!
> Yeah, it does. I believe Sound Juicer reproduces CDs, and I'm sure
> Rhythmbox does it too. The later has a small display mode. For MP3 is
> great; but I don't listen CDs anymore, so I don't know.
Well I use k3b for reproducing CDs and it works about as well as just about any
CD burning software I've ever used on _any_ platform, even on Gnome, though
it's primarily a KDE utililty. I'm just looking for a simple, solid CD player
UI that understands CDDB lookups, local and remote.
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