Command line or text based radio app.
osvaldo.larosa at telenet.be
Tue Dec 11 15:58:31 UTC 2012
there is something called WhichSTation,
the one and only big problem with it is the maintainance: I'm the author of
whichstation, it's a quite simple cli-driven Bash script; it does uses mplayer
and by entering a number with the numeric pad it will select and play the
radio stream; entering 0 will quit, that's all.
Just put the script itself + the .lst file into /usr/local/bin, be sure
mplayer is already installed, then run: whichstation <ENTER>
I still haven't found any good method to maintain it because of continuously
changes on streaming servers; feel free to give it a try at your own riscs:
there are not really problems with it, except the need for me to find a way
to maintain streaming-urls and to extend the offer to more countries
(currently only BE FR + some other stations.)
On Tue, Dec 11, 2012 at 01:53:46PM +0100, Anders Holmberg wrote:
> Hi Folks!
> What command line programs or text based menu driven programs are you using to listen to radio on the internet?
> I use vinux but since many of the gui tools is half or not at all accessible i would like to find a good radio app that one can use from the command line.
> Thanks in advance.
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