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audioBox

audioBox is a Linux MP3 and Ogg player frontend which is based on LCDproc, mpg123 (or mpg321), and ogg123. It is intended to run on a standalone headless Linux machine as an "audio appliance", playing music files from the local hard disk or CD-ROM. audioBox uses an LCD display to show file list and song information. It provides menus for music file search and playlist browsing. No video card or display is required.

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  •  06 May 2003 19:00

    Release Notes: This release has Ogg Vorbis (ogg123) support, improved handling of one line displays, support for display driver 'plug-ins', and sample rate and bit rate info in the SONG screen. The CD eject problem has been fixed. Playlists in the SONG screen will no longer contain directory entries.

    •  29 Apr 2003 20:46

      Release Notes: A problem that prevented compilation due to DEBUG #define has been fixed. PAUSE mode no longer blocks key input in the SONG screen. PAUSE mode scrolling works now. The init screen now displays the version.

      •  25 Apr 2003 08:02

        No changes have been submitted for this release.

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