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Songbird Drops Linux Support

Anonymous Coward writes | more than 4 years ago

Linux 1

An anonymous reader writes "The Songbird developers have announced that they will no longer support Songbird in Linux. This is really a socking announcement as Songbird has its root in open source. Songbird will however continue to be available for Windows and Mac."
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Weird Feeling (1)

TruchiSoft (683634) | more than 4 years ago | (#31720776)

As usual, i keep feeling linux is going DOWN any minute... im pretty sure it will show otherwise... as usual ;) I have linux on my netbook and i hate it as much as i have windows on my notebook... (haven't tried apple's flavor, though) Lets hope this creates a reaction in the linux crowd making them join the team and keep it up with the development.
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