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openSUSE 11.1 Reference Guide
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2.18 Managing Your Music Collection

KDE's amaroK music player allows you to play various audio formats, create playlists, import music from an iPod* (or upload files to your iPod), and listen to streaming audio broadcasts of radio stations on the Internet. The file types supported depend on the engine used for amaroK. To start amaroK, press Alt+F2 and enter amarok. On first start, amaroK launches a First-Run Wizard with which to define the folders where amaroK should look for your music files. For more information about amaroK, refer to Section 25.0, Playing Music and Movies, (↑ Application Guide ).

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