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DeaDBeeF music player
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PostPosted: Thu 02 Sep 2010, 06:50    Post_subject:  DeaDBeeF music player
Sub_title: A fast and light music player

Nice little music player, supports all formats and works well. Very very very light and gets the job done.

Way faster than Pmusic and not big as lxmusic or Audacious, yet extensible and good looking Smile

Compiled on Lupu, ignore the "dpup2" suffix, I'm just working on a Debian-based puplet and it needs a good music player Wink

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PostPosted: Tue 07 Sep 2010, 01:10    Post_subject:  

I found this in a linux news feed some time back, and just got to playing with it. It's not fancy looking, but it supports many formats, and doesn't have any gnome or kde dependencies (which I thought was very cool). It doesn't seem to be in the repositories, you will have to download it from the site. With Statler, will also need to load the libcdio7 package to satisfy a dependency that is not available in the repositories. After that, all works smoothly.
Ever since they broke Audacious for online radio streams, I've been looking for a nice replacement, and so far I like what I see in Deadbeef.
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