Foobar2000 alternative for Linux Reply #50 – 2009-12-10 01:28:01 Quote from: Anas on 2009-12-09 22:12:18There's just nothing that compares to foobar on Linux. All player lack tagging and file operations. Most of them are either not customizable at all or only by disproportional means. And don't get me started on performance. It's a shame.I doubt there is a player for Linux that I didn't try. It's too bad foobar is so awesome, if it'd suck, I'd never got used to this level of comfort. I also find it impossible to find a music player on Linux that compares to foobar2000. I use Wine to run foobar2000 under Linux since I cannot find player on Linux that plays AAC gaplessly, but sadly Pulseaudio has broken the audio on Wine on Ubuntu 9.10 and Fedora 12. Sadly over the past year am very quickly losing my interest in Linux, mainly due to that god awful peice of crap known as Pulseaudio being forced onto most major distros, by being intergrated with GNOME.