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    Recommendation for native Linux audio player that has a same File Operations plugin

    ...as in Foobar2000 on Windows...

    Foobar2000 under Wine crashes when I try to use it...., please can you tell whether native linux player with such feature exists?

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    Re: Recommendation for native Linux audio player that has a same File Operations plug

    You mean the feature "crashes when you use it?"

    I use Clementine. Others use Rhythmbox. There are many other choices. Do a forum search, and you'll find lots of threads with suggestions.
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    Re: Recommendation for native Linux audio player that has a same File Operations plug

    I suggest Rythmbox. It should come prepackaged with Ubuntu.

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    Re: Recommendation for native Linux audio player that has a same File Operations plug

    Moved to Multimedia & Video.

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    Re: Recommendation for native Linux audio player that has a same File Operations plug

    moc and mocp. Less crashes more music.
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    Re: Recommendation for native Linux audio player that has a same File Operations plug

    I'm not 100% sure what you mean by "File Operations plugin" but then again I never thought foobar was worth the trouble myself.

    However, I organize my music library by file tree, and Clementine supports that better than any linux music player I've tried. The only other one that came close was vlc.

    Also in clementine you can right click a playlist entry and bring up an instance of the file manager at that file's location. It's actually pretty handy.

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    Re: Recommendation for native Linux audio player that has a same File Operations plug

    File Operations = Right-click a song and have the option to copy/move/rename/delete it.

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