Last few days i've spent experimenting with music players. There are not so rich choise - qmmp, cuberok and .. mpd + QtMPC First one compiles, runs .. but very uncomfortable. It have winamp-like interface, not for eee note. Second - cuberok. Looks very interesting but segfaults while playing. Looks like there are an errors in ffmpeg plug-in, but i can't find where. Moreover, project looks abandoned and there no chance for help from author. Third - mpd daemon + QtMPC frontend. mpd itself was downloaded from ipkg.nslu2-linux.org repositary, QtMPC compiles .. with cmake, it's one and only problem. Last choise looks most promising. mpd runs, plays .. even in sleep mode But there are some disadvantages - it have A LOT of dependencies. Really A LOT, about 20 packages. I've placed all required shared libs into temporary folder, but it's acceptable for experiments, but very poor solution for daily use. I think, i could try to compile it with support only OSS as output and ffmpeg (and may be ogg vorbis?) support. Not sure in success, but worth to try. Is anyone interested? Have anyone thoughts about it?