Subject: Re: decent mp3 players supported by open source tools?
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From: David Rio Deiros <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 03/04/2005 10:19:28
> Are there any decent mp3 players (support for ogg and flac is
> desirable) that work well with NetBSD? I haven't heard much good about
> the iPod tools.
The rio karma has a ethernet port and internally runs a webserver so you
can use it with any OS with TCP/IP support.
Here is the link:
Maybe there are other models that support ethernet. Check it out.
I have not tried yet my ipod with netbsd. But if you can mount it (apparently
you can), you can use then an application like gtkpod to write/read
information to the ipod. Gtkpod is pretty cool.
Tell us what you finally buy!