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NetStereo

NetStereo is a server which runs on a computer with a sound card and plays music, primarily MP3s. What makes the NetStereo server special is that it accepts commands from remote clients. The server is written in Java, and it features the ability to plug in various methods of playing songs (currently mpg123 and the Java Media Framework) and various methods of communication (currently network and serial port). Currently available clients include a Java client which uses the Swing toolkit and a Palm client.

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  •  10 May 2001 06:50

    Release Notes: This release includes a few documentation changes.

    •  10 May 2001 06:50

      Release Notes: This release includes an improved sample init script to make sure the server isn't already running, and to pass a flag on the Java command-line to dramatically reduce startup time when using a serial port. Some minor documentation updates are also included.

      •  12 Apr 2001 13:29

        No changes have been submitted for this release.

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