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Polar Jukebox System

The Polar Jukebox System (PJS) is a set of curses and console applications that allow you to manage huge amounts of MP3 files. It stores all information in a PostgreSQL database for fast and reliable operating. The tools include jplay (a Pine-like player with playlists and many sophisticated features), jrec (an audio CD to PJS converter), jfunc (commandline options for the PJS), jget (ssh-based tools for transfering CDs between PJSes), jdel, jimport, jexport, and more.

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  •  19 Jan 2003 20:33

    Release Notes: This release has a complete redesign of jplay. Possible keystrokes are now visible to users. There is enhanced p2p functionality.

    •  23 Jun 2001 01:39

      Release Notes: This is a stable release. Two new automatic playlists, B&O style fading, enhanced playlist management, new hidden features (audio CD record, jukebox shutdown), and FTP support for jget (faster on slow PJSes).

      •  18 Jan 2001 20:30

        Release Notes: This release fixes a grave bug in jrec and a small bug in jmkcatalog.

        •  15 Jan 2001 03:30

          Release Notes: Initial public release.

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