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onedotseven
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I didn’t really find any valuable info…

I could use Banshee, but it’s slow, buggy, doesn’t let me browse and doesn’t correctly read the ID3 tags. And the last.fm plug-in is broken.

@fizze wrote:

I’d probably resort to a different player, if I had to rely on DAAP under *IX.

What would you use? I only know Rhythmbox and Banshee. Does Amarok have a DAAP client plug-in? (And is it working well in Gnome?).