[kde-linux] compatibility MP3-player
mujyo at comcast.net
Tue Oct 4 10:16:58 UTC 2005
Before this thread is too dead, and while we're still slightly off topic, I
thought the original poster may be interested in checking out the rockbox
they've been working with MP3 players under linux for years, with fantastic
results. Their project is a brilliant firmware replacement for Archos models,
but they're also working on others, but they're generally knowledgeable in
this area and you may want to bring your question up on their general mailing
list or at least search its archives. Personally I've been using a Archos
Jukebox 20gb with Konqueror for two years, so yes MP3 player with KDE and
Linux is possible.
On Tuesday 04 October 2005 2:41:am, vaheideh at cms.hu-berlin.de wrote:
> 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.
> > Send instant messages to your online friends
> > http://au.messenger.yahoo.com
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