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HOWTO: Play music with XMMS2 in Debian (Lenny) Linux

Have you been addicted to XMMS to play your music files on your Linux system? If you are and looking to continue to do that you might be well prepared for a change in the way you have been using XMMS. XMMS2, the new version of XMMS, is completely re-written from scratch to support the client-server model.
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It is a much more complex program (but still simple to use) than what it use to be before. The purpose of this post is to quickly explain how you can play music with XMMS2 without going into the details of client-server model. If you wish to learn more about it visit the XMMS2’s home page.

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