[clug] Quick introduction
tsimon at gmail.com
Thu Aug 15 06:47:33 MDT 2013
I don't know what you're using for music cataloging, and I haven't searched
extensively, but I would recommend checking out Beets:
It's a command line (I know, this is 2013, right!) application that
organises mp3s, but uses various online resources to sort everything out
for you. It's pretty good, and certainly worth at least having a passing
On 15 August 2013 15:23, Paul Rands <paul0075r at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Guys,
> This is my first post, and I only stumbled across the group today.
> I have been using Linux on and off since 2002 or so. And it was my main OS
> for 6 months in before going to Mac OS, a few years ago. Earlier this year
> I grabbed a PC from Allbids, and now run Linux Mint 15 as my main OS, and I
> have been slowly migrating myself away from Windows and Mac OS.
> I am really enjoying using Mint, and finding the entire experience great,
> but I am feeling a bit alone as a user, seeing only one or two others I
> know use any flavour of Linux.
> Initially I started using Red Hat in my early days, till I was introduced
> to Mandrake, then Ubuntu. From then on I have migrated from Lubuntu to
> I have just begun using Wine seriously and have been successful with
> running the 3 main Windows apps / games I can't live without, and since
> found a Linux replacement for a Windows app I used for music cataloging. I
> had spent a lot of time previous to this trying to get Wine going properly
> but without luck.
> I would definitely class myself in the noob category, but I have worked in
> IT support for Windows for a number of years, but these days work in
> broadcast media.
> Paul R
> paul0075r at gmail.com
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