If you would like to have a free and open source, cross-platform, music player for use on a Linux system, Amarok , which was created by Mark Kretschmann, provides the capability to play various audio media files, such as MP3, FLAC, Ogg, AAC, etc. It also allows you to stream online music from services such as Jamendo, Shoutcast, etc.
To install Amarok on a CentOS Linux system using the
yum package management utility, you will first need to
configure the system to
check the EPEL repository for packages. Once you have done that, you can
issue the command
yum install amarok from the root account to
install the software.
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