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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Someone emailed me, suggesting moc. Something about pittying the fool who has never seen it. Okay, now I've seen it:

                                       ...MORE...
    <              Decrease volume by 1%
    >              Increase volume by 1%
    ,              Decrease volume by 5%
    .              Increase volume by 5%
    RIGHT          Seek forward by n-s
    LEFT           Seek backward by n-s
    h ?            Show the help screen
    M              Hide error/informative message
    ^r ^l          Refresh the screen
    r              Reread directory content
    H              Toggle ShowHiddenFiles option
    m              Go to the music directory (requires an entry in the config)
    d              Delete an item from the playlist
    g /            Search the menu.
    V              Save the playlist
    ^t             Toggle ShowTime option
    ^f             Toggle ShowFormat option
    o              Play from the URL
                                       ...MORE...
    tqqqquFiles: 12933             tqqqqqqqqqqu  FATAL_ERROR: Can't receive value from the server.                                                                 x
    x00:00       [00:00]     KHz     Kbps [STEREO] [NET] [SHUFFLE] [REPEAT] [NEXT] x
    mu            scott@via:~$


    And before you tell me that I've got bad RAM or a bad CPU, gtk-gnutella has been running solid for a week here. It shouldn't be easier to pirate the music than to listen to it ;)

    -scott
    • Actually I think you have a bad C compiler. But regardless, I second the mpd suggestion. ncmpc and gmpc are both good, light frontends. There are also web frontends, and if you don't like any of the choices you can just write your own ;)