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Hello I'm looking for a nice audio player with audio-book and network support. I know banshee has that but i rather use something that isn't coded in mono. Another no no is KDE programs, Qt is fine but not a program that was especially developed for KDE like Amarok.

I've looked at a couple like clementine, guayadeque, audacious and so on, but no one besides banshee seams to have audio-book support.

Any suggestions?

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Rhythmbox doesn't have audiobook support directly, but it does support multiple, distinct libraries, one of which could be just for your audiobooks. See this post for details. This won't do anything clever, like support chapters etc, but it may be enough.

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