Re: Something more user friendly than XMMS?
Preben Randhol <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> DvB <email@example.com> wrote on 07/12/2001 (21:31) :
> > xmms seems pretty user friendly to me... if you really want something
> > else, though, you might check out linuxberg's listing:
> Yes for a power user, but not for newbies. One point is that XMMS uses a
> completely different layout than normal programs. Gtcd is much nicer in
> this respect (though this is for playing CDs). Another thing is that one
> has to know what "pl" means to know that it is useful. And the buttons
> in the Playlist (+File +Dir etc...) are not very easy. etc.. etc..
ah... I see what you're saying and, yes, gtcd is probably the best cd
player out there, interface-wise (my cd player of choice until I get
around to writing my own ;-)
I suddenly remember my Mandrake 6.0 days when I used to use
The interface is very standard kde and pretty much looks like kscd (if
you've ever used that cd player).
There're more kde media progs at:
but I don't know much about kde apps so you'll have to look yourself :-)
Gnome also has a mp3 player called Gnomp3 but the web page has been
"locked" and it's development status is listed on gnome.org as "N" so it
looks like you're out of luck when it comes to a native gtk mp3
player... you can also see for yourself: