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sorry boys (& girls) im a n00b as some of you have already figured... what i was trying to do was to mount my fat32(vfat) drive where all my mp3's where... but i have that solved..... now, any possible way to mount an ntfs? and what players other than xmms are there?
Originally posted by acid_kewpie queensaid, please don't take those last two posts as insults, they're just talking between themselves - no one else pays any attention to them, so i'd advise you not to either! thanks.
Originally stated by Donkey Ya cut me deep Shrek
I was just jokin around, and following suite of the post above my own
The question had been answered from Fancypiper's link, or a search on the site. So I figured we could have a little fun.
Insults? Nah. Jokes, yeah. A little fun never hurt anyone. And if Queensaid was bothered by it, I'd be the first to appologize, the last thing I wanna do is turn n00bs away (I'd have thought that to be obvious by now Chris with my repetative answering of the same old questions troubling nearly every newcomer).
Queensaid, mplayer is a great tool for a lot of media in Linux; however I personally don't find it to be the best thing to play mp3's. You might look into: mp3blaster winamp zinf (which is the old freeamp)
or many others available at: www.freshmeat.net (search for mp3 player).