On Mon, Mar 23, 2009 at 11:01:42PM +0100, Polytropon wrote:
> On Mon, 23 Mar 2009 14:54:06 -0700, Gary Kline <kl...@thought.org> wrote:
> > Be great to have some
> > utimate setup (*sigh...*).
> You'll never have. At the moment you've setup something, just
> after bringing it home from the shop, it will be considered
> outdated, and there's already something new on the way that's
> completely incompatible with everything you have. :-)
> > For now, what Wojciech suggested
> > works, but since most of my ~/Music files are ogg format, mpg123
> > may not be sufficient.
> How about ogg123 then? Same use.
> % cat oggfiles | rsh -l username remote.computer.name "ogg123 -"
> > ``locate xmms2'' found audio/gxmms2; under construction!
> Check /usr/ports/audio/xmms2, found out by
> % cd /usr/ports
> % make search name=xmms2
I thought you were kidding about the ogg123, but no! Is there a
wav123, an au123, &c? :_) wait, I just checked and there *is* a
flac123. .... i'll be [bleeped].
ANyway, re xmms2, it's built (I had it but since there was no
front end and since i really didn't want to spejnt days messing
with it, I never used it. I've got gxmms2 working on my linux
desktopk, but it only works locally. How do I use [gx]mms2
to go over the wire to the audio-server I'm building, show me the
playlist here and play thru my better speakers?
I had imagined something like:
% xmms2 -r zen:/home/kline/Music/
where the -r would indicate "remote" ...
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