Install GmusicBrowser on Ubuntu 12.04/11.10/11.04/Linux Mint

Gmusicbrowser An open-source jukebox for large collections of mp3/ogg/flac/mpc/ape files, written in perl.

Main Features
  • made with big (> 10,000 songs) libraries in mind (originaly developed with over 17000 songs on a duron800, v1.1.x with over 25000 songs on a core2duo 1.86GHz)
  • customizable window layouts (see layouts documentation)
  • powerful browser which doesn't interfere with the playlist
  • artist/album lock : easily restrict playlist to current artist/album
  • easy access to songs related to the currently playing song
  • songs from the same album
  • album(s) from the same artist(s)
  • songs with same title (other versions, covers, ...)
  • support ogg vorbis, mp3 and flac files (and mpc/ape with gstreamer or mplayer), m4a with version 1.1.x
  • simple mass-tagging and mass-renaming
  • tray icon, with a very customizable tip window, which can be used to control the player
  • very customizable SongTree widget for a pretty list of songs (example)
  • support multiple genres for a song
  • support multiple artists for each song by separating them with ', ' or ' & '
  • customizable labels can be set for each song (ex : bootleg, live, -'s favorites, ...)
  • filters with unlimited nesting of conditions
  • customizable weighted random mode (based on rating, last time played, label, ...)
  • The possibility to act as a icecast server, to listen to your music remotely (experimental)

  • handling of static playlists could be improved
  • improve the SongTree widget
  • support other file formats .m4a (done in current rc version), .wma ... ?
  • better alternative layouts and more layouts widgets
  • translations (see this page for the translation status, contact me if you are interested in translating to other languages)
  • better keyboard support
  • web-radios
  • skinned layouts (partly done, but still experimental)
  • ipod support
  • lot of small things ...more detailed list in the wiki

To install it on Ubuntu/Linux Mint Download deb Package file from following link:
To install it on Fedora Download deb Package file from following link:

For other distro's see download page.
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