[Wolves] kicking the windoze habit

Kevanf1 kevanf1 at gmail.com
Sat Feb 10 11:36:35 GMT 2007

On 09/02/07, Zeth Green <theology at gmail.com> wrote:
> Sound Juicer does enough for me, I explained how I use it in my Ipod guide:
> http://commandline.org.uk/2006/an-ipod-system-for-linux-summary/
> On 09/02/07, Adam Sweet <drinky76 at yahoo.com> wrote:
> > The next time you buy a portable audio player,
> > consider one which also plays ogg files, which are the
> > default format on most Linux distributions.
> I got my ipod free, but apart from the small size, ipods are pretty
> crap. Not only do they not play many formats, the fact that you cannot
> just mount it as USB and dump a file on it is ridiculous.
> > On Windows or the Mac, use VLC to play ogg files.
> Realplayer also plays oggs. If I want to play a lot of music then I
> use mplayer. I also have Audacious which Gentoo sneakily swapped in
> for XMMS.

You can actually replace the firmware (well, actually it just goes
alongside Apple's software) and have your iPod play ogg files as well
as many other things.

Don't take it to the tip recycle it via the Freecycle(r) Network.

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Kevan Farmer
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