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MP3 on openSUSE - 5 Minute Fix

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Unlike its commercial cousin SUSE, openSUSE doesn’t come with proprietary and/or patent encumbered software due to legal restrictions.

This happens to be a bit of a nuisance, as most of us like to play DVDs and MP3s on our computers without having to bugger about too much getting it going.

This is a < 5 minute fix to get MP3 working on gnome on openSUSE 10.2.

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