2.0 Linux music player released 22nd
Open source music player
was released this week. The latest version of the
popular KDE-based application features a completely
retooled user interface, integration with online
and support for the KDE 4 desktop environment.
That last bit is important, because
if you try to install Amarok 2 on a system running
KDE 3.5 you'll probably need to download a whole
slew of other updates in order to get the music
There are Windows and OS X ports of
Amarok, but right now online Linux distributions
(including Kubuntu, OpenSUSE, Fedora, Debian, and
PCLinuxOS) are officially supported.