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command line program for Ubuntu to edit ID3 tags?

On Sun, Feb 8, 2009 at 3:15 PM, David Kramer <david-8uUts6sDVDvs2Lz0fTdYFQ at> wrote:

> Oh, and can I bitch once more about programs that refuse to tell you
> their true name?  It's like witchcraft.  They don't want you to have
> that power over them.  Add/Remove Programs doesn't even tell you what
> the name of the command you're running is called in the help file.

I thought that was the whole point of Ubuntu -- that people who feel the need
to know that kind of detail are not human beings.  :-)

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