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I am wondering what program should I use to listen to radio stations online? I have xmms... The one that is installed with Suse 9.2. There is a downloadable file, but there is not instructions to how to install it. When I used Fedora Core 2... it was easy to install programs using Yum.
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Nice site dude. I've book-marked it 'cause it's getting late. Will be visitin' soon
I just installed streamtuner and I have it configured to use mplayer.
I get better sound quality out of mplayer than I get out of xmms in this application. Streamtuner, to this point, is the best solution I have seen to the problem of finding/listening to internet radio. It also has a section for user configured stations, letting you enter the url for your favorite just once, and use it forever.