Glenn Kelley on 24 Jun 2008 07:25:33 -0700

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Re: [PLUG] Linux-compatible personal audio players?

Art -

Something is wrong (well at least a big change) with society when we  
as parents start talking about "Hand Me Downs from the Kids"


It was not long ago that we used to make sure they got the hand me  



On Jun 24, 2008, at 10:15 AM, Art Alexion wrote:

> On Tuesday 24 June 2008 9:39:15 am Floyd Johnson wrote:
>> Can anyone recommend an MP3 (or other audio format) playing device  
>> that
>> is supported by Linux (heck, if Fedora 7 sees it as a drive, that's
>> excellent), under $65, and will work for more than three months? The
>> Craig Electronics 128MB device I bought in January (about $25)  
>> seems to
>> have developed a short, preventing the power from staying on.
> I saw iPod shuffles at Target for under $50.  Supported very well by  
> Amarok.
> When I was foolish enough to use anything else, I found them well  
> supported
> by gtkpod.
> I have several iPods, at least 3 years old each, hand-me-downs from  
> my kids.
> All still work fine, the flash memory shuffles as well as the HD- 
> based mini.
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