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I'm using the gui version of mp3info called mp3info-gtk. It installed successfully on my system but there is no icon in applications and the terminal says command not found. How do I start it? The documentation doesn't have anything that I can find in it.

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I found the answer in /usr/share/doc/mp3info-gtk/README.gz:

Usage: GTK Version  
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gmp3info [song.mp3]

So gmp3info is the command you are looking for.

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you would think that might be an important thing to put in the documentation on the site huh... – Matt Phillips Dec 28 '10 at 2:54

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