Getting MP3 Support in Fedora Using RPMFusion Repositories

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Add MP3 support in Fedora using RPMFusion Repositories in order to play MP3s.

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Swedish Fedora user's picture

I really like that you make tutorials for Fedora, which in my opinion is a lot more stable and fun distro to use than Ubuntu and the others. Maybe Ubuntu is a beginner distro, but if you want a more stable one, then use Fedora, and my tip for today: CentOS on your server.


David Lane's picture

Unless the folks at CentOS have changed their model, remember that CentOS is the current version of RHEL, while Core (Fedora) is the next generation of both the desktop and server code. Red hat uses the Core releases as their proving ground while the RHEL is their production code. Eventually stuff released into Core is rolled into RHEL if it proves out. And then the folks at CentOS, take RHEL and strip out the RedHat logos.

I am not arguing against CentOS, just helping those that might not know where the distribution fits in the grand scheme of things.

David Lane, KG4GIY is a member of Linux Journal's Editorial Advisory Panel and the Control Op for Linux Journal's Virtual Ham Shack

I wonder about MPEG support.

Shadowgirl's picture

This is freaking amazing! My only issue is that I use iTunes when I'm in windows and cant seem to move all of my files over because they just can't play because I can't find a decoder or something like that.

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