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post #421 of 426

Started using Red Hat and Mandrake back in middle school, then switched to Debian 64 bit in high school when I built my first 64 bit PC. Right before going to college, I switched to using Gentoo. To this day, my main PC still runs Gentoo, but the other machines run Arch since I didn't want to "micro maintain" all of my machines.

post #422 of 426

just found this thread, yeay!! I'm thrilled to join in.

 

I've been a Linux user since 2007, all started out with Ubuntu and after some distro hopping (who doesn't, right?) I finally landed at the OpenSUSE part of the galxy. working with it for two years now, and thinking about going over to tumbleweed...

already have a question:

anyone here using streaming to an A&K DAP? got the AK240 next to me, and I don't want to use WINE to get the MQS streaming... maybe with mpd? but then I'd have to use pulseaudio... 

post #423 of 426

me too, @WayneWoondirts just told me about this thread.

 

Ubuntu Server here with mpd and upmpdcli for playing music, on an old Atom D510 with a linear power supply.

I appreciate freedom from USB Audio proprietary drivers.

 

All my servers are debian/ubuntu.

My two htpcs are Kodi Linux (again, an ubuntu derivative).

 

Cheers!

post #424 of 426

I am a recent convert - running OpenSUSE leap beta at the moment. On both my deskop and laptop. Might make the jump to Fedora when 23 is released in a few weeks time. I enjoy gnome.

 

What music players are you all using? I really like Quodlibet. It isn't quite Foobar but it's ability to handle big libraries, custom tags and the panel display make it a good fit. The only thing I truly miss from Foobar is ability to browse by cover and discogs tagger but to be honest the panel lay out is probably more functional.


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post #425 of 426
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I am a recent convert - running OpenSUSE leap beta at the moment. On both my deskop and laptop. Might make the jump to Fedora when 23 is released in a few weeks time. I enjoy gnome.

 

What music players are you all using? I really like Quodlibet. It isn't quite Foobar but it's ability to handle big libraries, custom tags and the panel display make it a good fit. The only thing I truly miss from Foobar is ability to browse by cover and discogs tagger but to be honest the panel lay out is probably more functional.

Leap, nice. I expect great things from it, why do you want to jump to fedora?

I'm using mpd with cantata as client. lightweight and flexible. also has DSD support

post #426 of 426

Of possible amusement to the folks on here:

http://www.twitch.tv/twitchinstallsarchlinux

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