What lightweight music player would you recommend for using with Xfce on Lenny?
I’m looking for something with a nice UI if possible (target users have no experience with Linux apps, and probably WinAmp is all they have used before). Please note that I don’t necessarily expect something like Amarok, but at least it shouldn’t look like it was developed in the past century :)
Even when it may be obvious, I’ll mention that I need something that’s already packaged for Debian. And since it’s going to be used on systems that have Xfce as a DE, it should be something that doesn’t pull hundreds of dependencies.
tornow [ Editor ]
audacious might be not the style you like.
aqualung is not as heavy as amarok, but not what i would call lightweight.
Lots of people at forums.debian.net seem to lilke deadbeef.
It is not in the official repo (as far i know). I know that it is in hadret’s repo.
(all the others i mention are in the official repos).
You may have a look at the xmms2 frontends:
gxmms2, esperanza and some more.
I use xmms2 from cli or gnome-mplayer as a gui one
(cause gnome-mplayer comes with the iceweasel-plugin gecko-mediaplayer for squeeze anyway)