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Listening to XM Radio on Linux

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I love my XM radio, yes you have to pay for it but I’m a big fan of the content. Another nice feature is that XM streams most channels on the Internet. When I first started XM if you where a Linux user you where just plane out of luck. Then about a year ago they changed the interface and Linux users finally where able to use this service (hey XM how about advertising this). However, you still had to use the browser interface and if you’re like me I kept closing all my Firefox tabs and “blip” no more music.

Just yesterday I found my answer




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