kerry at gotss.eu.org
Sun Jun 18 10:34:46 EDT 2000
I usually extract the url from the pls file by hand but I bet
sed or grep could do it just as well, either write a script to spit the url
to standard output and jam that on the mpg123 command line or
upgrade your c-libraries to allow freeamp to compile.
I'm usually the last to upgrade still running 2.0.xx kernel but threads are
a rather integral thing to have in your os these days, and even Debian 2.1
(slink yes I'm still running stable 1.5 years later) has them.
I bought a burner and backed up my data and hosed a system or two, but I got
slackware to upgrade many moons ago, it is icky :-)
It's probably too late to consider Debian (my favourite) or Redhat (can't get
used to the bizare default config files but you get that) but I hope you
solve your freeamp woes or find another solution.
that's the thing about standards there's so many to choose from.
On Sat, Jun 17, 2000 at 10:10:46AM -0400, Charles Hallenbeck wrote:
> Kerry -
> My mpg123 works fine, but it will not handle .pls or .m3u files - it
> handles an URL or a file, but the reference must be a .mp3 file, as far as
> I can figure out.
> On Sat, 17 Jun 2000, Kerry Hoath wrote:
> > Threads are part of glibc 2.0 and freeamp requires threads hence you require
> > glibc2.0. You could just use mpg123 0.59r but it doesn't play streams as well.
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