but linux has a very good solution to it by using wma2ogg.pl.
how to use it?
1. fire up your terminal
2. go to the directory where the wma can be found
3. type the following
wma2ogg.pl -f filename.wma -br 128
Here the options, so you can understand better
|-a||converts all wma files in the current directory|
|-t||output filetype (ogg, mp3) [default=ogg]|
|-lame||I wanna use L.A.M.E. sure enough!|
|-br||bitrate (kb/s) [default=from the wma]|
|-del||remove wma file(s) after the transcoding|
therefor "wma2ogg.pl -f filename.wma -br 128" tells that -f filename.wma is obviously the wma file and -br 128 is to convert it to ogg with 128 bitrate.
after you have successfully converted the WMA to Ogg you can now convert the audio file easily in MP3, wav or any other audio format.