Install Foobnix Music Player On Ubuntu 10.10 “Maverick Meerkat”

Here is a guide to install Foobnix music player on Ubuntu 10.04 and 10.10. Foobnix is very powerfull music player with CUE, last.fm, 3000+ radios, tabs, free online music playing, hotkeys, tray icons, easy navigation and user friendly.


To install Foobnix open a Terminal Window and copy+paste the following lines:

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:foobnix-player/foobnix
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install foobnix

Some features are:

Library of multiple choice directories with music
Support all formats of gstreamer (plays everything!)
Tree Navigation
Quick filter search tree navigation
Ability to customize the tabs on top, left, or lack of
Create your virtual playlists from your local or online music
Save any music from the Internet, you can by albums, the best collections.
Skrobler music on last.fm
Display lyrics
Experimental support for CUE files
Video playback
Multiple drag-and-drop from the navigation tree or file system.
Equalizer 1.12

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8 Responses to Install Foobnix Music Player On Ubuntu 10.10 “Maverick Meerkat”

  • PedroX says:

    Hi brother ……nice web

    could you tell me how to install this foobnix on Centos pleaseeee brotherrr???

    i will very apresiate with you ….thanks

    • tinuz says:

      I would need to install centos before i can tell yo how to install foobnix on it. I have ne experience with centos.

  • PedroX says:

    when i typed the commnads this terminal said me (sudo) password for Pedro:
    Pedro is not in the sudoers file. This incident will be reported.
    ([email protected] -)$

    please help me …..Thanks

    • tinuz says:

      Sounds like your username is not in the sudo file.

      How to add a user to the sudoers list:

      Open a Root Terminal and type visudo (to access and edit the list)
      Using the up/down arrows, navigate to the bottom of the sudoers file that is now displayed in the terminal
      Just under the line that looks like the following:

      root ALL=(ALL) ALL

      Add the following (replacing user with your actual username):

      user ALL=(ALL) ALL

      Now press Ctrl+X and press Y when promted to save

      That’s it, your new user now has root privileges!

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