DeadBeef - Simple, Lightweight Music Player for Ubuntu Maverick, Lucid


DeadBeef is probably the simplest and the most lightweight music player I have ever used in my Ubuntu. If you are someone who loves to keep it simple and useful at the same time, DeadBeef is one music player you definitely don't want to miss.

Dead Beef Music Player Ubuntu

DeadBeef 0.4.3
DeadBeef is nimble, lightweight and at the same time feature rich. It constitutes almost all basic features one would ever expect from a music player. It has got last.fm/libre.fm scrobbling support, plays almost all kinds of music formats, takes very small amount of memory CPU and even has album art display capabilities. More about DeadBeef Music Player.

DeadBeef Music Player Screenshots

Dead Beef Music Player Ubuntu

Dead Beef Music Player Ubuntu
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How to Install DeadBeef Music Player in Ubuntu Maverick, Lucid via PPA?
  • Do the following in Terminal to install latest Dead Beef in Ubuntu.
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:starws-box/deadbeef-player
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install deadbeef
  • Done. Goto Applications - Sound and Video - DeaDBeef
If you are using distros other than Ubuntu, visit DeadBeef download page. Between, you might want to check out Amarok 1.4 fork, Clementine 0.5 too. 

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