[kde-linux] compatibility MP3-player

vaheideh at cms.hu-berlin.de vaheideh at cms.hu-berlin.de
Tue Oct 4 09:41:47 UTC 2005

Thanks a lot!
Sorry to those that, correctly, mentioned this would rather be a question
for a suse-list... i will turn for this questions to them in future.
But thanks anyway, John


> On Mon, 03 Oct 2005 14:23, vaheideh at cms.hu-berlin.de wrote:
>> Hi there!
>> I am considering changing from windows to linux (most probably Suse 9.2
>> or
>> 9.3)
>> But not all hardware (like printers etc.) are compatible with linux.
>> Does
>> anybody know if USB2.0 MP3-players have this problem aswell, and if,
>> does
>> anybody know if I can use the Creative Labs Zen Nano with linux SuSe?
>> Thanks!
>> Helmer
> Depends on the player.  If the player supports USB Mass Storage (UMS),
> then
> yes Linux will support it.  However an increasing number of players only
> support a M$ proprietary format called MTP that only works under WinXP
> with
> WMP and all their DRM garbage.
> The Creative web-site isn't clear, talking about USB2 Drag-and-Drop, but
> an
> Amazon reviewer mentions it is and they have it working under Linux.
> John.
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