podcast getting programs?

Jude DaShiell jdashiel at shellworld.net
Wed Nov 11 07:15:09 UTC 2009

In addition to djgpp, a dos version of python would be needed of the 
correct version as well as the screen program and a dos version of 
bittorrent.  Also, bittorrent will not work over dial up.On Wed, 28 Oct 
2009, Chris Brannon wrote:

> Karen Lewellen wrote:
>> I know here is a more correct name for these, but I cannot think of it
> Hi Karen,
> They're called podcatchers, or equivalently, podcast aggregators.
>> In fact I even remember the name of an accessible one, pod racer?
>> I am wondering if that or any other such program can be incorporated into
>> a service like shellworld?
> I've heard of podracer, but I haven't used it.
> The homepage is here: http://podracer.sourceforge.net/.
> It is a bash shell script.  It will probably work fine with your shell
> account, if all of the tools that it uses are available.
> There are a few other command-line podcast clients out there.  I use
> something called hpodder.  I won't recommend it to you, because it is
> non-trivial to install manually.  That's probably how you'd have to install
> it on a service like shellworld.
>> If not, is there a port that might run in dos?
> I have no idea.  Perhaps you could cajole podracer into running under
> djgpp?  That is pure speculation on my part.
> -- Chris
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