No Juk on fedora core 4 ?

Steve Evans stevee at
Fri Jul 22 07:20:52 BST 2005

On Thursday 21 July 2005 23:33, Willem wrote:
> Hi all,
> I used to use Juk to play my mp3 / ogg files, but recently  I updated 2
> systems I use (home & work) to fedora core 4.
> After the updates, the application at home crashes, while at the office,
> there is no juk at all.
> I have installed the latest kdemultimedia (and -extras) but it didn't
> change anything.
> Then I looked it up with google, and found out that there is some kind
> of bug with kdemultimedia / juk on fedora core 4.
> So, the question is more like a multiple choice:
> Do I:
> a: have to wait for new updates that fix the bug
> b: poke with yum|rpm around the deinstall|reinstall packages
> c: forget about juk and just use xmms (nothing wrong with that, but I
> liked juk just a bit more)
> Any answer would be appreciated, thanks in advance.
> (if this mail is in the wrong group, I apologize)

You could try using amarok:

I used to use juk, but I now prefer amarok.

It is not a part of the core KDE, but there is probably a version available 
for Fedora.

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