Old 11th November 2001, 23:06   #1
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Linamp Beta---You're Right

You're right...my last post was useless....1000 pardons

Just getting a little frustrated over the bugginess of the WA3 beta. It seems like the Linux version is somewhat of an afterthought or a fun side project for your Linux tinkerers. I LOVE Winamp for windows and was excited to see a Linux version coming. Well, I installed the Linux beta and was pretty disappointed (seg faults, giant text, poor performance, buggy interface). Grudgingly had to fire XMMS back up (good product but lacks many of the nice features of WA).

I realize that WA3 is still in beta stage and I hope that the final version for Linux has the probs worked out.


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Old 19th November 2001, 03:20   #2
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linamp is the most idiotic word i've ever read
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Old 30th November 2001, 21:24   #3
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I can see it now when people STILL don't drop the linamp name like they're supposed to...

yo, I had linamp and kword running and suddenly I tried to get out the gimp and my system segged... damn linamp won't play with the gimp...

anyone else reminded of pulp fiction?


And On that day, the Lords of the land said unto their Master Architect, "The temple you have made to the gods of Wasabi and Maki has brought us no great prosperity" and they sent out him into the lands.

As he traveled to a far off land, he found he wasn't traveling alone, but that he had gained companions, and when they found their new land, they started work on a new temple, one that would be OPEN to all who wanted to worship.

from The Book of Wasabi C 12 Vs 09 (pg 2003)
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Old 30th November 2001, 21:31   #4
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moved (from wa3dev forum). this is a better place for this kind of discussion.
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Old 1st December 2001, 00:26   #5
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have you tried running it with WinE?

If you don't look, I'll force you to.
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Old 1st December 2001, 01:55   #6
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the port is rather lousy, i don't it consider nearly equilvalent to any wa3 alpha release

Sorry, xmms will prolly remain on top for a looong time
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Old 1st December 2001, 02:05   #7
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It's Alpah1, did you use (or attempt to use) Alpha1 for W32, besides it is based off of Alpha 667 code base
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