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New Jukebox software for Linux

Musicmatch has released the final version of its Jukebox Basic and Plus software for Linux. The software, which entered beta testing in November, lets people play and record CDs, MP3 files and other forms of digital music. The Plus version, which costs $19.99, lets people create MP3 files and create custom CDs. The free Basic version lets people create 25 high-quality MP3 files. Both versions use the Wine software to run Windows programs on Linux computers.

Musicmatch has released the final version of its Jukebox Basic and Plus software for Linux. The software, which entered beta testing in November, lets people play and record CDs, MP3 files and other forms of digital music.

The Plus version, which costs $19.99, lets people create MP3 files and create custom CDs. The free Basic version lets people create 25 high-quality MP3 files. Both versions use the Wine software to run Windows programs on Linux computers.