JamDB (Just another music DB) is a fast PHP-based music database that can be used with many different databases. (It is well tested with MySQL and PostgreSQL). All MP3s can easily be searched for artists, albums, and songs. A user can choose to download a song or add a single song, an album, all songs of an artist, or his search result directly to the playlist of XMMS/Winamp/etc. This can be done via the Web, NFS, Samba, or any other possibilty to access the MP3 files. JamDB has a simple session-based user management and other neat features.
|Tags||Database Front-Ends multimedia Sound/Audio|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: Among several fixes and some new config options, this release mainly has changes under the hood. There is now only one configuration file for both the command line tool and the Web interface. Configuration of jamdb should be much easier now.
Release Notes: This release fixes HTTP headers to make MSIE/MS Media Player users happy now. It improves the download feature to work with files greater than PHP's memory_limit setting. There are some other small fixes.
Release Notes: This is mainly a bugfix release. The download icon can now be disabled, and JamDB can be setup to use more than one directory to search for songs.
Release Notes: This version brings many great new features as well as some small fixes. It now automagically knows the difference between common artist albums and samplers/soundtracks, and can display them accordingly with the new "ViewMode" feature. PostgreSQL is now well supported. The different jamdb-update* tools have been merged to one much improved tool, jamdb-update, which now understands command line options. The database structure has been improved to provide much more song information. A database rebuild is required.
Release Notes: JamDB now uses PEAR DB, the PHP Database Abstraction Layer for database connections. This enables it to be used with many different databases. Usability has been increased and some annoying bugs have been fixed.