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Old 02-15-2010, 02:34 AM   #1
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GNU/Linux 2.6 kernel, Slackware 12.0.

Is version 2.3.4 of juk able to play audio CD? Its full path in my distribution is /usr/bin/juk. I would gladly receive any piece of information on that matter. Thanks for reading this post and regards.
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From what I can see the simple answer is no, Juk is not designed to play CD's directly. Here is a link for more detailed information.


I have it installed, however I use either KsCD or Audacious to play CD's. I think Amarok will play CD's also. I removed it because I could stand the visual clutter.


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