Command line or text based radio app.
anders at pipkrokodil.se
Tue Dec 11 15:48:28 UTC 2012
That helps a lot.
I use streamripper to record from the internet.
So that's a good tool for recording.
Let's hope vinux 4.0 will be out very soon.
11 dec 2012 kl. 14:14 skrev Kyle <kyle4jesus at gmail.com>:
> I haven't found graphical apps to be half or not accessible these days, and Vinux actually does a good job of pulling together the most accessible stuff right out of the box. The problem is likely that Vinux is based on an older version of Ubuntu, so some of the latest advancements in accessibility, most notably with qt applications, are likely not available in Vinux. Most gtk-based apps should just work though.
> That said, mplayer is probably the best command line application for listening to radio on the internet. VLC also has a command line interface, and works very well for many types of streams. Either way, you will likely need to download the playlist file for the station you want to listen to, and save it to your computer. Then you can just type something like
> mplayer -quiet -playlist something.pls
> vlc something.m3u
> or similar, and the station should play without any problems. Hope this helps.
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