i just figured out, how to install aTunes mediaplayer on Linux Fedora 10 with Gnome
for those, who want to replace amarok by aTunes, i wrote this small tutorial.
aTunes is a full-featured audio player and manager, developed in Java programming language, so it can be executed on different platforms: Windows, Linux and Unix-like systems, ...
Currently plays mp3, ogg, wma, wav, flac, mp4 and radio streaming, allowing users to easily edit tags, organize music and rip Audio CDs.
java's jre (Java's Runtime Edition)
Choose the selfextracting RPM, see instructions for installation.
Choose the file called aTunes_1.11.1_installer.jar
login as root
browse to the directory where you downloaded the software
install by: java -jar aTunes_1.11.1_installer.jar
Follow up the instructions
Configuration - Gnome)
choose an icon of your choise, and save it
Open gimp, and open the icon jou justed saved.
Scale it to 48x48 ( image>Scale Image, and change number to 48)
Save it, with a name like itunes.png or whatever
move the .png, as root, to the directory /usr/share/pixmaps
Add menu entry
right-mouse button on fedora-menu-icon>Edit Menus
Select Sound and Video
Select new item
Name = aTunes Media Player
Command = sh /usr/local/aTunes/aTunes.sh
Icon = Choose new icon from /usr/share/pixmaps
Atunes has got NO databes with mysql support at the moment
Save, and enjoy