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Re: [vox] web-based cdplayer / mp3 jukebox for linux



Thanks for the responses...

i looked over the slimp page, but that is not quite what i was looking
for.... i don't really need to stream music, rather- i need to play it off
the machine itself...

worst case, i can just write my own front end to the cd playing tools, and
what not.

thanks!

dylan

on 04.2.1 10:03 AM, Jeff Newmiller at jdnewmil@dcn.davis.ca.us was reported
to have writen:

> On Sat, 31 Jan 2004, Ken Bloom wrote:
> 
>> 
>> On 2004.01.31 22:48, dylan wrote:
>>> hi-
>>> 
>>> i am looking for some sort of web-based jukebox that will play cds in the
>>> drive or mp3s on the internal disk...
>>> 
>>> so far i have found apache::mp3 .... but it is based on mod_perl, which i
>>> don't really want to install / configure...
>>> 
>>> 
>>> any ideas?
>>> 
>>> thanks!
>>> 
>>> dylan
>> 
>> Try the slimp3 server (http://www.slimp3.com/, debian package slimp3)
>> and set up a copy of mpg123 as a daemon to play its http-based mp3
>> stream. If you become interested in something more, you can look at
>> actually buying one of their devices (the Squeezebox, which now comes
>> in both wireless and wired versions)
> 
> In theory you can play CDs through slimp3, but I haven't been able to
> figure it out, and playing ripped music is much more convenient
> anyway. ("tear" makes this pretty easy.)
> 
> Note that the mp3-stream-to-software-player approach takes awhile to
> respond... mostly because of buffering in the client.  The slimp3, on the
> other hand, is very quick to respond, as it uses a custom UDP protocol.
> 
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