Tunez is an MP3/Ogg jukebox that works with a voting system. You can vote for your favorite tracks via the Web interface, and the Tunez daemon will take care of the rest. It is ideal for shared work environments and LAN parties. Tunez also works equally well as an interface to an Icecast server (v2.0 is supported via Ices v0.3). Tunez makes it easy to update ID3 tags for all your MP3s. Support for grabbing Amazon art in included for all of your favorite albums. A full user/group permission scheme is available so that you can customize Tunez for your own use.
|Tags||Internet Web Dynamic Content multimedia Sound/Audio Players MP3|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux Other|
Release Notes: Aside from plenty of bugfixes the only real feature addition was the ability to select a "weighted random" song selection option for when the queue is empty. This picks more popular songs rather than a strict random selection.
Release Notes: Several SQL injection vulnerabilties were fixed in this release. A bug was fixed which had allowed any user with random_skip permissions to be able to skip songs even if they weren't random by calling the skip_random.php page. An option to vote for multiple songs in random order instead of sequential was added.
Release Notes: Bugs were fixed in included Amazon album graphics code which prevented the acquisition of album art due to an Amazon layout change. The interface to the album art selection was improved. Minor CSS tweaks were made to make table layouts look more presentable. Many other minor bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: Minor bugfixes and SQL injection security fixes were made.
Release Notes: This version restructures the directories, adds a setup script, adds instructions for use with Icecast v2 (MP3 only), includes many security fixes, and fixes a number of annoying bugs.