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Created on: 1 Sep 2004
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  • h1t4k3

    i move to arch :) ==> | arch | i3 | clementine |

    12 Jun 2015 Reply
  • OLZ80

    Arch (kde) mpd+cantata

    29 Apr 2015 Reply
  • AsepticVoid

    Aseptic Void release on Naked Lunch Records. An artistic Dark Ambient digipack for paranormal listeners.

    24 Mar 2015 Reply
  • neau

    The difference is only marginal.

    22 Feb 2015 Reply
  • k_naruchiha94

    Arch has the generally the best documentation (and a lot of knowledgable users), and their forums are very good too. [2] THIS.

    16 Jan 2015 Reply
  • netlexer

    As far as forums are concerned and getting the best answers, I've always found that the stackexchange forums (like superuser) to be the most consistently helpful. Also, Arch has the generally the best documentation (and a lot of knowledgable users), and their forums are very good too.

    4 Jan 2015 Reply
  • Costelongue

    And just have a look a the specific charts of the group, where the best bands are :-)

    14 Dec 2014 Reply
  • aleksei-say

    Arch (home) && Gentoo (work) | XFCE | Clementine Wow guys, we have really awesome charts!

    16 Oct 2014 Reply
  • Costelongue

    @DouglasAWh : hey, welcome ; first understand that Linux (or GNU/Linux) will never be a centralized factory such as MS or Apple : launch your request regarding your *distro* : Ubuntu ? Fedora ? Suse ? Debian ? Arch ? Mint ? Arch (ok, I wrote it twice :) ? BSD ? Ubuntu is great for beginners like I was, and their community is huge and very helpful.

    9 Sep 2014 Reply
  • DouglasAWh

    What forum (in the broad sense of the word) is the best place to get answers to Linux questions? Thus far Google (including Google Scholar) are not doing much good.

    8 Sep 2014 Reply
  • beatsdontstop

    a happy user of gmusicbrowser on Xubuntu, bitperfect output to my DAC. Tried deadbeef, liked it until it crashed repeatedly with my large collection. gmusic's not quite a foobar replacement, but got sick of my win vista!

    1 Aug 2014 Reply
  • DouglasAWh

    Strictly speaking, this doesn't have anything to do with Linux, but there is some overlap between Creative Commons music and free software, so I thought I would share. I now do scheduling for Any Creative Commons bands should get in touch with me about an interview! You can hit me up here or email me at Also, Ryno is very anti-Linux and it would be good to get some people on his show to tell him that audio works fine on GNU/Linux.

    8 May 2014 Reply
  • mot00rzysta

    Yes, there is.

    29 Mar 2014 Reply
  • Arseniusz_Dude

    Hi! I made my music totally on GNU/Linux. Check my project's page - Hope You'll enjoyed. Is there other Linux musicians?

    14 Mar 2014 Reply
  • ssNoT

    Unknown but amazing Linux Media Player: OS:

    2 Mar 2014 Reply
  • h1t4k3

    | Slackware | Fluxbox | clementine |

    4 Feb 2014 Reply
  • bl4ster

    Windows 8.1 :(

    24 Jan 2014 Reply
  • cybacme

    Arch Linux / Xfce4 / Audacious2

    20 Jan 2014 Reply
  • apsheronets

    mpd + ncmpcpp = ftw [2]

    27 Dec 2013 Reply
  • Ethereal--NihiL

    Mpd + Ncmpcpp = FTW

    4 Dec 2013 Reply
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