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Quick Look at Exaile & Installation in Ubuntu and Debian

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Exaile is a pretty decent music player for GNOME written in PyGTK which comes with features like tabbed playlists, lyrics fetching, radio support, file browser, support for dynamic and smart playlists, cover support, 10-band equalizer and more. The latest version was released a few days ago and comes with several bug fixes and minor issue fixes.

Exaile 0.3.2.1 running in Debian Squeeze

This article is divided into three parts:

* Exaile Overview & Screenshots
* How to Install Exaile in Ubuntu 10.10 Maverick Meerkat
* How to Install Exaile in Debian 6.0 Squeeze

Overview & Screenshots

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