Re: flac tags
> Flac reads tags just fine for me.
I mean "the flac plugin" of course :)
> Not reading flac tags here. Using
> version 2.2.0-1 Ubuntu package. Is it
> just me?
> btw, this is a great program. I
> installed it on my server when I was
> upgrading my desktop and couldn't use
> Amarok. That was two weeks ago, and I
> haven't reinstalled Amarok yet :) Five
Flac reads tags just fine for me. There was a compatibility issue with some versions of the flac library which I fixed. Try this snapshot:
I blogged it
Hey there, just wanted to let you know that you've been blogged! I just posted part 1 of what I hope will be a 2 or 3 part series on getting started with cmus. Check it out! (http://guerrillatech.wordpress.com/2008/03/17/spotlight-application-rock-better-faster-harder-with-cmus-part-1-of/)
Re: flac tags
Durr... I mean ten stars! If it was out of five, it would be five stars! Yeah...
Not reading flac tags here. Using version 2.2.0-1 Ubuntu package. Is it just me?
btw, this is a great program. I installed it on my server when I was upgrading my desktop and couldn't use Amarok. That was two weeks ago, and I haven't reinstalled Amarok yet :) Five stars!
easy and fast
Very fast indexing, easy to learn and almost no footprint!!
Thanks for the good work!
(I am using package version 2.0.4 on Debian Etch)
> compilation does not work well in
> Kubuntu. Will wait for a package.
What do you mean? Compilation either works or it doesn't.
And compilation of cmus on (k)ubuntu works for me. (Dapper Drake).
Simply the best
This is simply the best music player there is. It's fast, extremely stable, the playlist features rock, it works nicely on big endian machines, and it's very easy to use.
Screw xmms and amarok. Give this player a try. You won't regret it.
Don't let the fact that it's a console app scare you away.
Choosing another player?
Great player! Especially the sorting and search functions. Is there a way to tell cmus what program to call for playing the selected music-file?
Great console application
I like this player, I just have to practice the command line a bit more to feel comfortable with cmus.
An open, cross-platform journaling program.
A scientific plotting package.