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How to set a proxy for Amarok while using it in Gnome? [Linux]


How to set a proxy for Amarok while using it in Gnome? [Linux]

If you are using Amarok in GNOME, then you need to check out this tip in order to set a proxy for Amarok.

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By Debjit on October 24th
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How to play MP3 files (add MP3 support) in amarok? [ubuntu]


Amarok is one of the most widely used music players in Linux. But there is this weird problem with Amarok in Ubuntu (and Kubuntu) as right after you install Amarok in Ubuntu or Kubuntu, you won’t be able to play MP3 files directly even if you have installed the required media codecs. In this article…

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By Debjit on October 10th
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7 Things To Look Out For In Kubuntu 9.10 Karmic Koala


7 Things To Look Out For In Kubuntu 9.10 Karmic Koala

A lot has been said regarding the upcoming release of Ubuntu, that is Ubuntu 9.10 Karmic Koala, – its new looks, new features etc. However, understandably, its KDE counterpart, Kubuntu 9.10 Karmic Koala, has been largely ignored and not a great deal of noise has been made about it. Here, in this article, we look…

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By Ricky on October 6th
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Karmic Koala will come with Amarok 2.2 “Sunjammer”


Amarok 2.2, codenamed “Sunjammer”, is now out of beta and the final version has been released now. The Amarok team has also announced that Amarok 2.2 will now come with Karmic Koala, which is due for release on 29th October. It, however, is not available for Jaunty and as they have said, there is no…

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By Ricky on October 1st
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Amarok 2.2 “Crystal Clear” is readying for release with Beta 1


Amarok 2.2 “Crystal Clear” is readying for release with Beta 1

The Amarok team is on its way to releasing the next version of Amarok i.e. Amarok 2.2, code named “Crystal Clear”, with the release of its first beta. Quite a few changes has been introduced with this version. The lots of work has been done with the playlist. It now supports multi-level sorting and full…

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By Ricky on September 5th
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The Ultimate Lyrics Plugin for Amarok 2.0 series


The Ultimate Lyrics Plugin for Amarok 2.0 series

Amarok is the most faved Music Player in Linux for many. Even we here at Digitizor use Amarok as our default music player while on Linux. Though Amarok has a decent number of built-in scripts, it still lacks a decent script (plugin) for fetching music lyrics  from the web. Since people listen to foreign music…

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By Debjit on August 24th
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How to set the currently playing track/song in Amarok as your status in Pidgin using AmarokPidgin


How to set the currently playing track/song in Amarok as your status in Pidgin using AmarokPidgin

For some unknown reason, I (as well as many other) like to set my currently playing track as my status in Gtalk and other IM clients. In Windows, with Gtalk and Winamp, this can be done done very easily. (From Winamp 5.5, there is a bit of problem.) But in Linux neither the GTalk client…

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By Ricky on June 14th
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How-To get Mp3 support for Amarok on Fedora10


Fedora 10 ships with Amarok 1.94. If you install the the amarok-extras-free world package then you may not get your Mp3s to still play. This is because the amarok-extras-free depends on two more packages (dont confuse with dependencies) named: libtunepimp-extras-nonfree and xine-lib-extras-nonfree.

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By Debjit on January 4th
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