cmbrannon79 at gmail.com
Tue Oct 27 22:50:49 EDT 2009
Gregory Nowak wrote:
> apologies for the off topic post, but in my defense, it does concern
You bet it does!
> 1. Can others confirm that it isn't possible to download programs
> from their site?
at their page source, so I don't know whether there is an easy workaround.
For what it's worth, I use edbrowse.
If you are interested in streams, rather than downloads, there is a very
easy way to listen to them. Have a look at a tool called shoutcast-search.
It's homepage is here: http://www.k2h.se/code/shoutcast-search.html
If it isn't packaged for your distro, you should have little difficulty
installing it from source.
Here is one of the listings that I see when I execute the command
"shoutcast-search -v WRN":
WRN English North America - wrn.org - [SHOUTcast.com] [64kbps audio/mpeg]
my own, 0 listeners
The "yp.shoutcast.org" link points to a playlist. You can use it with
mplayer like so:
mplayer -playlist http://yp.shoutcast.com/sbin/tunein-station.pls?id=964853
Hope this helps,
PS. Didn't these guys used to provide downloadable programs on an FTP
site? Maybe I imagined it. They don't do so now, as far as I can tell.
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