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First Steps with OpenELEC on the Raspberry Pi 2
OpenELEC uses very little system resources for processor or memory. There's no need to use any special customization tips to get good performance with the RPi2. There's also no need to overclock the machine, reduce the resolution of videos, or use a different skin (although I really like the Amber skin).

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Mandriva Linux
Mandriva Linux, formerly known as Mandrake Linux, is a friendly Linux Operating System which specializes in ease-of-use for both servers and the home/office. It is freely available in many languages throughout the world. The Mandriva Linux PowerPack contains more than 2300 high-quality applications including a complete Office Suite of programs, plus installation support, for a cost of approximately 10 times less than the equivalent Microsoft Windows + MS Office cost, which comes without any technical support. Read more


  • Exaile
    Exaile is a media player aiming to be similar to KDE's AmaroK, but for GTK+. It incorporates many of the cool things from AmaroK (and other media players) like automatic fetching of album art, handling of large libraries, lyrics fetching, artist/album information via the wikipedia, support, optional iPod support (assuming you have python-gpod installed). In addition, Exaile also includes a built in shoutcast directory browser, tabbed playlists (so you can have more than one playlist open at a time), blacklisting of tracks (so they don't get scanned into your library), downloading of guitar tablature from, and submitting played tracks on your iPod to Read more hot
  • RealPlayer
    RealPlayer supports RealAudio, RealVideo 10, MP3, Ogg Vorbis and Theora, H263, AAC and more. Get ready for accelerated video, full screen playback, and a lot more to play. It comes with a Mozilla-compatible plug-in, and a elegant UI design which is based on GTK technology. hot
  • Songbird
    Songbird is a Web player built from Firefox's browser engine. Songbird is open source, is intended to run on Windows, Mac OS X and Linux and supports user contributed, cross-platform extensions. Songbird plays your music too. Songbird has all the features you expect in a desktop media player. And Songbird constantly improves. Like Firefox, Songbird's features may be improved with user installed and contributed cross-platform extensions. Read more hot
  • Album Player
    Album Player is a simple audio player to play albums that are encoded into a single FLAC file. It uses the cover art, track listing, and cue sheet embedded in the FLAC file.
  • Cactus Audio Player
    Cactus is just an audio file player. But it has some features that makes it different from other players. There are music databases and there are players like xmms with a small and leightweight, skinable GUI. Cactus combines these two types in one player! With Cactus you can read your music collection into a database, create a playlist by browsing/searching it and finally switch to player view
  • DeaDBeeF
    DeaDBeeF (as in 0xDEADBEEF) is billed as the ultimate music player for Linux systems. Read more
  • Decibel Audio Player
    Decibel aims at being very straightforward to use by means of a very clean and user-friendly interface. It also aims at being a real audio player and, as such, it does not include features that are not meant to be part of an audio player. Read more
  • Eina
    Eina works like a common portable music player. Just plays what you want to listen. Apart from simplicity, today users expect more from a player than just reading files. Artwork, lyrics, network support, artist data and other music information find their right place in Eina.
  • Foobnix
    Foobnix is a pretty simple player written in GTK which takes a somewhat different approach organizing the music collection.
  • FUPlayer
    FUPlayer is a full featured music manager and player for the GNOME desktop. With it, you can play music from your hard drive, create playlists, do real file management using its Trash, and play, rip, and burn audio CDs. It features an interface similar to those of many modern manager-style players, but with many improvements, such as true non-modal search and browse functionality, find-as-you-type, and drag destination highlighting. It aims to be extremely user friendly and efficient to use.
  • Gimmix
    Gimmix is a graphical music player daemon (MPD) client written in C using GTK+2. It's very simple and easy to use, yet offers many features to make your audio experience a pleasant one.
  • Ginetob
    Ginetob Is Not Exactly The Old BenMP3: the audio player BenMP3 version 2. It can play the most known sound formats, like MPx, Ogg, Wav, Aiff, Mod, Xm, It, and others.
  • GKaraoke
    GKaraoke is a Karaoke simulator for the Gnome environment running over Linux. It uses (and depends on) Timidity to play the Midi instruments. This avoids the need of a Midi hardware in the soundboard.
  • Glurp
    glurps is a gtk2.4+ frontend to the MPD music daemon.
  • gmpc
    GMPC is a frontend for the mpd (Music Player Daemon). It's focused on being fast and easy to use, while making optimal use of all the functions in mpd.
  • gMTP
    gMTP is a simple graphical MTP based device client for Unix and Unix-like systems. It supports all MTP based devices, including MP3 players, media players, tablets, and mobile phones.
  • Gnome Simple Stateful Music Player
    Gnome Simple Stateful Music Player is a small, simple music player that keeps out of your way whenever possible. It remembers what you were playing when you exited, and continues in the same place the next time you start. It doesn't build a database of your audio tracks: instead it works with your files and directories directly.
  • Gnomoradio
    Gnomoradio is an elegant GUI for controlling roboradio. It is written using the GTK+ widget set.
  • GNU Xhippo
    GNU Xhippo is a generic music player for UNIX systems that is capable of driving most command-line based players (for instance, mpg123, xmp and timidity), and has a friendly GTK-based interface.
  • gxmms2
    gxmms2 is a GTK2 based XMMS2 client, written in C. Its main window is small and simple. It includes a playlist editor and a file details dialog.
  • Lindele
    Lindele is a simple music player for the GNOME Desktop. It depends on GStreamer and TagLib, as well as the GNOME libraries.
  • Loudhailer
    Loudhailer is an XMMS-like music player meant to integrate nicely in the GNOME desktop. Its main interface is a playlist that is populated by drag and drop from your file manager, so it is not intended to be a library based player like Rhythmbox or Muine.
  • Mesk
    Mesk is an audio player written in Python with a Gtk+ graphical user interface. Read more
  • MoreAmp
    Audio player, transcoder and cd ripper for Mac OS X, OS 9, Windows, Unix, and Linux. Plays and creates ogg, flac, mp3, aac, m4a, mp4, wav, and aif, and plays wma. 31-band equalizer, repeat loop, variable pitch/tempo, ram or ramdisk preload, more.
  • mousikos
    mousikos is a GUI based portable music player file manager. It is designed to be able to support various types of portable music players connected through the parallel port or a USB port.
  • Muine
    Muine is a music player written in C and C#. It needs Mono, Gtk#, GStreamer 0.6.x, libid3tag and the Ogg Vorbis libraries to build. It has automatic album-cover fethcing, support for embedded ID3v3 album images. It also has ReplayGain support.
  • Nightingale
    Nightingale is a community support project for the powerful media player, Songbird. Read more
  • Nosefart
    Nosefart plays NSF (NES (8-bit Nintendo) sound format) files so you can listen to those old tunes without actually having to play through the games.
  • Potamus
    Potamus is a lightweight GTK+-based audio player with a simple interface and an emphasis on high audio quality.
  • Pragha
    Pragha is a Lightweight Music Player based on Gtk, sqlite, and completely written in C, constructed to be fast, light, and simultaneously tries to be complete without obstructing the daily work.
  • Quark
    Quark is an audio player, for geeks, by geeks. It runs in the background with access provided via a FIFO in the filesystem. It uses Xine-lib for playing music, and can therefore play any file format supported by Xine.
  • Quod Libet
    Quod Libet is a GTK+-based audio player written in Python. It's designed around the idea that you know better than we do how to organize your music. It lets you make playlists based on regular expressions (don't worry, regular searches work too). It lets you display and edit any tags you want in the file. And it lets you do this for all the file formats it supports -- Ogg Vorbis, FLAC, MP3, Musepack, and MOD.
  • somaplayer
    somaplayer is a music player for MP3, Ogg, wav, audio CDs, MP3 streams, and Ogg streams. It is able to use the appropriate sound drivers or demons or to stream directly to an Icecast server.
  • Towel
    Towel is a fairly basic program to play audio files. It works as a front-end to GStreamer to play both MP3 and Ogg Vorbis files. It runs on GNU/Linux and FreeBSD, using gtkmm 2.4.x, the C++ bindings for GTK+ 2.4.x.
  • Xnoise
    Xnoise is a media player for Gtk+ with an attractive graphical user interface, fast performance, and bags of features. Read more
  • Y Sound Systems YPlayer
    Y Sound Systems YPlayer is a simple GUI player for Y Sound Objects using the GTK+ toolkit.
  • ZiK
    ZiK is an audio player based on gstreamer. It uses the path of your audio files instead of a music library.

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