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    dBPowerAmp Linux

    I'm getting ready to switch my 2 desktops and 2 laptops to Linux. Is dBPowerAmp Linux available or will I have to find another audio conversion software that is compatible with Linux?? If not, how soon until a Linux version is available?

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    dBpoweramp Guru LtData's Avatar
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    Re: dBPowerAmp Linux

    There is not a Linux version available and probably never will be, as there is one developer, Spoon. Doing a Linux version would require a total rewrite of dMC.

    However, dMC does work somewhat in Wine as far as converting goes. I'm not sure how it functions in regards to CD ripping in Wine
    Last edited by LtData; 08-31-2008 at 07:28 PM.

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    Re: dBPowerAmp Linux

    I am with you, ZmanMichael. I have 3 computers I have "UPGRADED" TO Linux. I have one running XP Pro. I will give dbPowerAmp a try with Wine.

    I am trying to get playlist on my new Cowon D2. Sometimes it works and sometimes it don't. I have tried WMPlayer, Media Monkey, JetShell, dbPowerAmp, and I don't know what else. Any suggestions?

    Thanks.

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    Re: dBPowerAmp Linux

    there were talks about this earlier, and as far as I understood, the player too works under wine.
    http://forum.dbpoweramp.com/showthre...ighlight=linux

    there is also a sticky post in "General" about this:
    http://forum.dbpoweramp.com/showthread.php?t=4287

    If you want to use something that is native to linux, I would consider Amarok.

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