"I like work ... I can sit and watch it for hours."
Soma - a dialog internet radio player Soma started off as a way to play .pls playlists from SomaFM but can also play .ram playlists too. In fact any url playable by mplayer using the -playlist option should work. Extra stations can be added in ~/.soma/stations.conf. soma -l go straight to bookmarks list soma -b go straight to stations browser for genre soma -B go straight to all stations browser soma -g go straight to local genre browser soma -G go straight to global genre browser soma -d to start in debug mode Key commands supported in status window: 1 - 0 Volume 10%, 20%, ... 100% ( Volume -5 g List genres ) Volume +5 h List local genres Space Pause/Play k Bookmark current station a Add schedule j Add current station to genre b Station browser (genre) l Open bookmark list B Station browser (all) m Toggle mute d Disconnect/Reconnect o Options menu D Toggle debug mode s Scheduler menu ? Show keys t Change theme q Quit Config Files: User: Global: ~/.soma/options.conf /etc/soma/options.conf ~/.soma/stations.conf /etc/soma/stations.conf ~/.soma/bookmarks.conf /etc/soma/themes/*rc ~/.soma/themes/*rc /etc/soma/genres/*.conf ~/.soma/genres/*.conf ~/.soma/schedules.conf Stations should be added to the user list like this: Name,URL You cannot use a comma , in the name or the URL. User stations are listed before global in all stations list. Custom genre and theme files can be made and will be listed along with the default set. I would be glad of any extra radio urls emailed to me so I can add to the default list. NOTES: The Jack and NAS options for output device will only work if MPlayer is built against them. When changing/selecting soundcard output device you must press space on the option. Just scrolling down and hitting Enter does nothing. BUGS: Soma may induce the side effects of general well-being and profound spiritual satisfaction. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Soma http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Soma_(Brave_New_World) REAL BUGS: Some people might find screen messes up the dialog colours. If you have this line in ~/.screenrc: attrcolor b ".I" You might want to comment it out and try again as it seems to turn off the bold attribute. Please mail me at email@example.com for new radio urls or bug reports etc.
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