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Its possible on any Linux distro. You need to go to easyurpmi and setup the main, contrib, plf and updates software repositories for Mandriva 2007. Once that done use the GUI interface to the package manager to install amarok or do
There is one element I see that has not been addressed. Your original post indicates you installed Mandriva One. This is an installable Live CD and contains a very limited sub-set of the full range of software packaged for use with Mandriva Linux. To solve this issue, Mandriva has set up ftp mirrors around the world which include the Internet Software Media Sources (repositories). You can configure the Package Manager on your system to use these repositories. I have written an article to help others better understand this process on my LQ Blog.
Setting up these Media Sources may help simplify the installation of KDE or making Amarok work correctly on your system.