Winamp for Linux
Date: October 2001
Version: Version 3 (Alpha 1)
File Size: 1.5 MB
Last Updated: 24/05/2021
The linux version of Winamp, Nullsoft released an alpha version of Winamp3 on October 9, 2001, but has not updated it despite continued user interest. Winamp 3 for Linux is a fast and classic MP3 music player and has finally converted to Linux. The media player Winamp supports all popular media formats (like MP3, CD etc.).
The Winamp installation packege RPM are available for almost all the popular RPM base Linux systems, so you do need to compiling with gcc. If you have a Debian or Ubuntu based system you should use the alien program to install an RPM packets.
And after installing you can to get a skins that suits your desktop. Have a fun with old school Winamp.
Winamp for Linux works fine on Red Hat Linux with kernels 2.2 or 2.4. This version have been tested with Red Hat 6.2 and 7.0.
Download Winamp for Linux
Installation tips on Red Hat:
1. Download and Install XFree86-libs-data-4.3.0-55.i386.rpm
2. Download and Install XFree86-libs-4.3.0-55.i386.rpm
3. Download Winamp-Linux-3.rpm
4. Run Winamp
5 thoughts on “Winamp for Linux”
Thanks for the info!
Is it possible tu use and listen winamp online podcasts with it?
Need .deb binary for debian, ubuntu, etc! Or installer script.
This is pretty awesome news! I’ll have to try it out. I used to love Winamp when I used Windows, but I don’t use windows anymore.
Thank you for doing this!
Can it be installed to Ubuntu?
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