If you are using Ubuntu or any other modern Linux distribution, you are probably running Mozilla Firefox 3.something. While those versions are stable, they are getting a little outdated; why not upgrade? Shall We?
It uses a free flash mp3 player, combined with the power of PHP/XML.
What you need.
1) php cli or apache module 2) download the zip file attached 3) extract to a folder say phpMp3 4) copy your mp3's in the same folder. 5) from your command prompt/cli or apache just run createTracks.php 5) open the index.html
Download and Source and Demo :- http://www.techbirbal.com/viewtopic.php?f=95&t=2025
A common criticism levelled at GNU/Linux and free software by proprietary software companies is that installing applications, drivers and media codecs is made difficult. Well, it isn’t.
We have come to a cross-roads in the computer world today. Stick with the familiar Microsoft Windows, or try the stable, secure, but unfamiliar GNU/Linux-based operating systems that have recently started taking off. There are two big factors that stop most people from loading GNU/Linux onto their computer. The first is that they think they need to be a geek to install it. I admit that it is often hard to install something you’ve never had experience with. But with the right coaching, you can do it. Also, people think that you can’t run Windows if you have GNU/Linux (so they lose all their games and other important programs). However, it is actually possible to run Windows and GNU/Linux on the same computer. So what are you waiting for?