Command line or text based radio app.

Aldo osvaldo.larosa at
Wed Dec 12 09:01:45 UTC 2012

Sorry you're wrong:
mplayer does not require to download the pls or m3u file;
mplayer -playlist <ENTER>


On Wed, Dec 12, 2012 at 06:31:41AM +0000, Jason White wrote:
> Kyle  <blinux-list at> wrote:
> >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
> Or just write a two-line shell script that retrieves the playlist file from
> the appropriate URL.
> Or even better, run Emacspeak and play radio from within your Emacs session.
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