slint audacious and cclive
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Mon May 14 21:42:52 UTC 2018
Didier Spaier here,
Le 14/05/2018 à 22:10, Linux for blind general discussion a écrit :
> on slint, I was able to install cclive and libquvi which is an undeclared
> dependency but was not able to find liblua in slapt-get or spi so cclive
> cannot be used.
Actually if you type as root
spi -i cclive
it does download and install libquvi, so this is a declared dependency.
About liblua, actually the package is named libquvi-scripts, so do this:
spi -i libquvi-scripts
I will ask George Vlahavas, who maintains the repository that stores
these packages: http://slackware.uk/salix/x86_64/extra-14.2
to add libquvi-scripts to the cclive .dep file.
> The audacious package throws a huge dbus error and I'd have a typescript
> for you if keyboard commands worked once the -H option was used on the
> command line for headless operation. So far as I can tell none of them
Do you get this dbus error playing some file you downloaded?
If you give me an URL to it I will try.
> I have audacious playing a stream neither mplayer or vlc can play from the
> audionoir.com website. The mplayer program complains about dangerous
> playlists and when I allow it to parse the playlist bombs out with some
> other errors about indexing I've never heard from mplayer before as well
> as a complaint about not being able to find a stream.
To investigate further I'd need the URL of the stream you tried.
But http://lf.org/milosz/web/noir/audionoir.vlc is the only stream
provided by audiornoir.com for a player working on Linux as
others listed are for Winamp, iTubes player, Windows Media Player
Real One Player and Quick Time Player are found in other OS
> The vlc player can't even handle this stream either.
It can here (listening now). Try thiscvlc http://lf.org/milosz/web/noir/audionoir.vlc
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