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Hi experts,
    I've Redhat Linux 6.2 running on IBM machine. It doesn't have soundcard but has CD drive and plays my normal CDs fine.
    I've got lot many MP3 CDs but I can't play those on my machine (it's my office stuff). Is there any way to play these MP3 CDs via in-built CD player?

Thanks in advance,
Animesh.
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If you don't have a soundcard installed there's no way to play the .MP3 files.  Neither under Linux nor Windows. Only audio CDs can be played, and that is OS independent. You CDROm must have the audio jack output.


Sorry dude.
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