On Mon, 20 Sep 2004 20:46:26 +0100, Gareth Eason <bigbro at skynet.ie> wrote:
>> Given the ability of MPlayer to play just about anything - should it
> not be retitled:
>> MPlayer - The Media Player ?
>> Just my 2p worth. (The king is dead, long live the king, etc. :-) )
>> Best regards,
>>>>> Niall Walsh wrote:
> > Rory Browne wrote:
> >> If you want a more general purpose player, I'd go with mplayer, which
> >> is kinda like an equivlent for Windows Media Player, in that it can
> >> play video as well.("the movie player for linux")
> > From: mplayerhq.hu
> > 2004.06.25, Friday :: MPlayer name change
> > posted by Diego
> > No, it's still MPlayer ;-).
> > But since we run on so many different operating systems now we thought that
> > MPlayer - The Movie Player For Linux
> > is not really a fitting name any longer. So from now on it will be just
> > MPlayer - The Movie Player
> > The king is dead - long live the king!
> Irish Linux Users' Group
Anyone have any suggestions for a console MP3-player? Possibly for use
with LIRC/IR Remote control?
I want to setup a mp3 streaming server to play appropriate music
whilst playing DesertCombat and Operation Flashpoint during lans :)
A platoon of Abrams rolling across the battlefield with 99 Luft Baloon
blaring from the speakers...bliss.
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