16 GB MP3 Players that work with Ubuntu
mathieu.charron at elwillow.net
Thu Apr 1 14:55:43 UTC 2010
I use a 32 GB Cowon S9. It support a bunch of format (flac, ogg, wav,
wma, mp3), have the radio and can also record. It also plays xvid
video. It uses mass storage for the transfer.
It's a touch screen device and the ui is flash 5. Cowon have release a
SDK for the UI and there is a dozain of custom made ui out there.
The price tag is a bit high for the 32 GB but the 8 or 16 GB is more
in range with the other PMP.
Note: there is some file system issue with the 32 GB version when
using linux, I had to send it back.
On 01/04/2010, Darcy Casselman <dscassel at gmail.com> wrote:
> I like the Sansa Clip Plus. It's cheap, plays Ogg Vorbis and has a
> mass storage mode that works perfectly on Linux (the MTP mode works
> too, but I never use it). It only goes up to 8GB, but it has a micro
> SD slot you can stick a 16GB card into, so you can save money and get
> the 2GB player and get a 16GB card (or two or three).
> On Thu, Apr 1, 2010 at 9:58 AM, Andrew Mathenge <mathenge at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Does anyone have suggestions for 16 GB MP3 players that work flawlessly
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