Banshee – Music Management and Playback for GNOME

Written by BinnyVA on November 7, 2007 – 11:02 pm -


Banshee is one of the best audio players for Gnome. It has most of the things I want in an MP3 software…

  • Stays in the system tray
  • Simple interface
  • Media Library
  • Ability to control the player using shortcuts without accessing the player(Multimedia Keys Plugin)

Unfortunately, I could not run this software in my system – it is showing a ‘No Codec’ error for all the files I tried to play. I tried to fix this problem by myself – I even tried reinstalling the software. Still no luck. I am sure that is is a configuration error on my part – I don’t think it is an issue in banshee.

Anyway, since I could not try out this software, I stop now. If I could fix this issue before my series on MP3 Players for Linux is over, I will come back and post the details on this page. | Digg it | reddit | StumbleUpon

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5 Comments to “Banshee – Music Management and Playback for GNOME”

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  3. liky says:

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  4. daniel G. says:

    No puedo reproducir en amarok mis listas en mp3 en
    fedora 6 core ???

  5. Pankaj says:

    i want mp3 player packages

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