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Fedora Core 4 Update: mikmod-3.1.6-35.FC4 Print E-mail
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Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Fedora Updated package.
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Fedora Update Notification
FEDORA-2005-405
2005-06-16
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Product     : Fedora Core 4
Name        : mikmod
Version     : 3.1.6
Release     : 35.FC4
Summary     : A MOD music file player.
Description :
MikMod is one of the best and most well known MOD music file players
for UNIX-like systems.  This particular distribution is intended to
compile fairly painlessly in a Linux environment. MikMod uses the OSS
/dev/dsp driver including all recent kernels for output, and will also
write .wav files. Supported file formats include MOD, STM, S3M, MTM,
XM, ULT, and IT.  The player uses ncurses for console output and
supports transparent loading from gzip/pkzip/zoo archives and the
loading/saving of playlists.

Install the mikmod package if you need a MOD music file player.

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* Mon Jun  6 2005 Martin Stransky  3.1.6-35.FC4

- fixed #159290,#159291 - CAN-2003-0427
- fixed playing mod files from tar archive


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This update can be downloaded from:
   http://download.fedora.redhat.com/pub/fedora/linux/core/updates/4/

944a009b899e348614059aa2bd2e6b5e  SRPMS/mikmod-3.1.6-35.FC4.src.rpm
546b2d73b402c71965443d4c5e02a865  ppc/mikmod-3.1.6-35.FC4.ppc.rpm
6d15dbacb1c0e470a4598c97819e2dd4  ppc/mikmod-devel-3.1.6-35.FC4.ppc.rpm
97234e209388dbd3f4ea7adf3e9aba06 
ppc/debug/mikmod-debuginfo-3.1.6-35.FC4.ppc.rpm
212959d733c66dc0c60d132d2ef13737  ppc/mikmod-3.1.6-35.FC4.ppc64.rpm
b48ef75ce3df5f3b54df0e2b5ea77e4c  x86_64/mikmod-3.1.6-35.FC4.x86_64.rpm
066f3e934045ade26ae8ce724d8004e3 
x86_64/mikmod-devel-3.1.6-35.FC4.x86_64.rpm
70b85c2ba5619571d404b14e83080340 
x86_64/debug/mikmod-debuginfo-3.1.6-35.FC4.x86_64.rpm
f96c91607f003eb6f6421d9efa825508  x86_64/mikmod-3.1.6-35.FC4.i386.rpm
f96c91607f003eb6f6421d9efa825508  i386/mikmod-3.1.6-35.FC4.i386.rpm
309a045a718fb0def0ad25339797753b  i386/mikmod-devel-3.1.6-35.FC4.i386.rpm
b6a3a0e31dda9c37e71e4ff639ee3dae 
i386/debug/mikmod-debuginfo-3.1.6-35.FC4.i386.rpm

This update can also be installed with the Update Agent; you can
launch the Update Agent with the 'up2date' command.
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