Fedora aims to be a 100% "free software" distribution and the MP3 format has a lot of legal baggage attached to it. If you want to play MP3, you have to do some extra work. A google search for "fedora mp3" turns up nearly two million hits, the first couple should give you an idea as to how to get started (it would be wise to narrow that search down for your particular version of Fedora, but you didn't clue us in). [ June 18, 2007: Message edited by: Joe Ess ]
Or can anyone help me know how to install RealPlayer10GOLD.bin on Fedora core 5 version?
So once I install Real Player, I will be able to play mp3 songs right??
Please help guys! Yesterday I was trying the installation and it gave me some errors after I tried this by pressing ctrl+alt+f1 and then gave the username and password and typed at the $ prompt, chmod u+x RealPlayer10GOLD.bin and hit enter and then typed ./RealPlayer10GOLD.bin after which it gave me some errors saying that it cannot find the directory. I'm sure that the RealPlayer10GOLD.bin is in the home directory under my username.
I'm just a beginner with fedora. Can anyone please giude me step by step on how I can make my Fedora play mp3 songs either by installing RealPlayer or any other players.
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