How To Install GmusicBrowser In Ubuntu


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Dear linux geeks,

In this tutorial I will show you how to install Gmusicbrowser in Ubuntu. Gmusicbrowser allows you to manage your large collections of music without a hassle. This open-source jukebox is written in Perl programming language and has the following requirements.

-gtk+2 and its perl bindings.
– gstreamer and its perl bindings  or  mpg321/ogg123/flac123/amixer or  mplayer.
– (optional) the Gtk2::MozEmbed module or the Gtk2::WebKit module.
– (optional) the Net::DBus module is needed to control gmusicbrowser through DBus or to use the included gnome multimedia keys plugin (for gnome >= 2.18).
– (optional) the Gtk2::Notify module is needed to use the notify plugin.

How to install Gmusicbrowser in Ubuntu?  It is very easy because a very basic repository is available for Ubuntu and Debian users.

1. Open a new terminal (CTRL+ALT+T)

2. Run the following commands.

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:andreas-boettger/gmusicbrowser-daily
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install gmusicbrowser

You can read more about Gmusicbrowser here.