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I tell ya....if Photoshop would be ported to Linux, I would really have no reason to keep Windoz. It's pretty much the only thing that I use Windoz for.
Everything else that I once did on windoz I can do in Linux now.
I saw someone's sig that said something to the effect of "I'm close to being Macroshaft free".......yep.....that's me too.
No not a bug it must be the way you installed it. Left some option off or something. The last fresh install of 9.2 I was compiling in minutes just fine. No problems. I wrote this script to compile and load program that arn't included with the distro. When it finished everything work the first time. It compiles 4 different programs and loads over 100 more. As far as mp3 MDK plays mp3 just fine out of the box as for encoding ya you have to download a program for that. A great place to look for software is rpm.pbone.net.
Freakygeek55: Have you tried Kaudiocreator (I think that's the name)? I ripped some cd's and it made one folder under /home called Music. Every album is in a serperate folder though. At least it organizes it for me.