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What do you mean with 'it can't'? I tried XMMS a few times on RedHat(7.3, 8.0, 9.0) too, and I got a directory listing from which I could select the mp3's I wanted, but when I clicked on OK (or whatever the button was), nothing happened. I've never understand why. Now I'm using it on Mandrake 9.2 (from the install cd's), and now it works fine.
If you are using either RedHat Linux or Fedora Core, you can either head over to http:/www.xmms.org and download the plugin for your xmms. Or if you have yum installed on your system, then log in as root and run
yum install xmms-mp3
Fire up xmms at the prompt and play your mp3s all you want!
p.s. wish you would tell us what Linux distro you are using!!!
Thank u very much, I can do it, cheers...................
now, I 'm download skin, It ' s *.tar.gz, How to handle it,and How to change skin,
I mean that I save it in /home/ * , and how to select it from xmms skin menu.