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Compatibility guides about Linux and portable digital audio/music players manufactured by Saehan MPman. Reports about running other Unix systems e.g. BSD, Solaris are welcome, too. And don't miss the general resource section at the bottom, containing links to utilities (mostly available under GPL), community efforts, HOWTOs and FAQs. Have you written an installation or compatibility tutorial yourself? Then please feel free to submit a new entry.

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Eiger Labs MPMAN F10 & F20 - GUI Software

GUI software(http://mpman.sourceforge.net) to control the Eiger Labs (Saehan) portable MP3 players MPMAN F10 and F20. New features added are "Quick Directory" allows one click navigation to last downloaded from directories. Ability to play MP3 files before downloading. Ability to queue download requests. This GUI software is based on Motif or Lesstif and is available in both source code or binary form.


Mplinuxman(http://mplinuxman.sourceforge.net) is a file manager program for the MPMan F60 USB portable MP3 player. It can send and receive files using an intuitive graphical user interface (GTK2). It features playlists, ID3 tags on the player, hot-plugging support, and a random list function to fill up the available space on the device.


mpm [archived link] is an utility for file upload/download to Saehan's "MPMan", the first production portable MP3 player. Developed for Linux, the program was created out of interest to see how the MP3 player interface was driven via the parallel port.


TKRio(http://people.freenet.de/fogg/tkrio/) is an X Front End for the Rio and MPMan programs.


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