Gronk is a Web-based MP3 jukebox. It generates heavily-hyperlinked Web pages listing all of your ripped CDs, by extracting information from CDDB data. These Web pages allow easy selection of songs or albums to play, and when nothing has been explicitly selected, it selects songs randomly. Playback is done via either XMMS or mpg123.
Mserv is a jukebox-style music server designed to play MP3, Ogg, etc. (configurable) files based on ratings of users who are logged in to the system. It includes features such as searching, filtering, biased random play, queuing, talking, online and off-line track editing, and a standardised TCP protocol. This allows for a variety of interfaces including a built-in telnet interface, a command line program for scripting, a Perl-based Web client, and many 3rd-party GUI front ends.
Webplay creates, from a collection of MP3s and Ogg Vorbis files (indexed from a directory or MySQL/PostgreSQL database), a Web-based jukebox with support for multiple independent streams. If Lame/oggenc are available, it can change the bitrate or codec of a file in real time to a selectable value. Each user controls their stream via a Web interface and can skip back, forward, or to a specific track; increment or decrement the bitrate; and check the current playlist, song, or bitrate. Playlists can be looped, randomized, played locally on the webserver, edited, deleted, reused, or renamed.