Hi folks, Andrew Smith, if you read this, your Email seems not to work or I might have got some old one.
Please get back to me because of your mpg123-jukebox script for bash.
Anyone else reading this: Has anyone of you also already done such a script? If you, send it via PM.
Andrew, you Email does not work, please contact me via PM it is about your jukebox script. as below
Sorry, I thought I had replied... <<< Checks Sent Items Folder >>> ... ah, yes, I have replied, although I think that may have been when I was having mail server problems. Anyway, I have attached the email I attempted to send.
I hope this helps,
-----Original Message----- From: Oliver Ob [mailto:email@example.com] Sent: 09 July 2001 12:19 To: Andrew Smith Subject: [AUDiO] Mp3-Jukebox *** No answer?? ???? ***
Andrew Smith schrieb:
mpg123 will run well on low spec machines (i.e. a 486). Will probably go lower by changing some options.
If you are interested, I have made a bash script to control mpg123 as a jukebox. I also have a perl script that gives a web interface... it works surprisingly well! :o)
hi andrew, simply attach it for me, tia
next, i am not familiar with perl, what is it good for, is it easy to learn (i code 6k assembler, PPE, Ansi-C and TP (both a bit)) and : is perl usable from ANYWARE in linux (i.e. shell ?)
please introduce me a little to perl if you still have some bytes free.
but what about the idea to add support for XM, IT, MOD, CD audio and all that in your script`?
what i need is some sonique/xmms for console use only, that supports the above formats #and# mp3, ogg, wav, s3m
Why do you think it's OK to crosspost between two of our lists, linux-users, and linux-users? Wait, don't answer that.