The main problem with Fedora (or any other distro) and laptops is
support for the video. If it supports your video, then everything else
will work fine.
Go to this site:
And download the appropriate DVD image (32 or 64 bit), burn it to a DVD,
and try installing it on your laptop.
And if it works, there will be software in the package that plays MP3's.
ps. I have Fedora running on an older Dell notebook. That particular
notebook has a changeable video card, and I had to take out the original
card an put in a Nvidia card to get it to work.
On 4/6/2012 8:57 AM, John Kearney wrote:
I am in need of securing a complete Fedora 16 disc with all neccsary
for pictures, videos, and music play and storage. Where can I go.