MP3 STATION is a LIRC-aware, plain-text tool set for managing MP3 playback in a car or home with as little user interaction as possible. It can restart the last playlist at the last played track/frame, transparently load directories, transparently recompile playlists, and keep a repository of all the playlists. It also has two simple clients for communicating with cm3s (a curses console client and a very basic one on a parallel port). All programs run under a non-privileged user account.
|Tags||multimedia Sound/Audio Mixers Conversion Players MP3 Utilities|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux BSD Unix|
Release Notes: X and fvwm95 are now also included. The compressed image can still fit in a 64Mb CF.
Release Notes: Unnecessary header files were moved. *BSD problems should be solved, and you should be able to compile it without change.
Release Notes: Better timing is achieved by using nanosleep where it is available, so it will work even witout RTC. The configure script now checks out all header files. A workaround was made for a *BSD fuser problem. Updates were made in the examples given for the IR remote-controlled desktop. Updates were made in the documentation concerning LIRC and RTC.
Release Notes: The documentation was updated and the examples were fixed. lirc_client now completely functional. IR receiving device circuit diagrams were added to README.remote. A problem where IR receiving devices were not working on low power COM ports was fixed.
Release Notes: The fact that cm3s does nothing when no mpg?2? software is found was fixed. Some bugs in the examples given for the IR remote controlled desktop were fixed. configure.ac and Makefile.in were modified for the new lirc client. The scripts for the binary package installation were modified to handle the new lirc_client. Configure now automatically sets version according to CHANGELOG. A specific lirc_client was added to talk directly with irexec, but this is still experimental. The documentation was updated.