Originally Posted by AnujaA
I have no local internet connection. I'm using a HSDPA. So I need to run exe of that in Debian to connect to the internet.
Please tell me know what are the quality media players that can run on Linux environment. If possible send me the links to download them.
One of the major obstacles when moving from Windows to Linux is having to unlearn Windows concepts.
You cannot use a Windows exe to connect to the internet in Linux. If you have a Debian-based system, then you should be able to connect to the internet with it. It is possible for us to help you with that, but you have to be precise about how Debian's own connection tools fail to work.
Furthermore, you don't go anywhere to download Linux software. Your distribution has a repository (Synaptic should be the program on your Debian system to access that repository) and you install all your software using that program. If you open Synaptic and have it search for media players you will be given a wide choice of such which you can choose from and install.