AudioScrobbling for Debian GNU/Linux

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    • Ago 14 2007, 17h13

    AudioScrobbling for Debian GNU/Linux

    Question: what player do you use for scrobbling?

    As for me I use Banshee, it has many benefits: it downloads albums' covers, output relevant lists of artists, and so on...

    What about you?

    • mwgamera disse...
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    • Ago 22 2007, 22h45
    I use mpd for playing and lastfmsubmitd for scrobbling.
    While MPD don't have all those features of graphical clients but it's easily scriptable and I love the possibility to c-a-bs Xorg w/o killing the music ;)

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    • Ago 23 2007, 13h29
    mwgamera said:
    ..c-a-bs Xorg w/o killing the music ;)

    ..the most useful thing for console players.

  • I use Rhythmbox and wait for new stable version of MOC (Music on console).

  • I use Music Player Daemon aka mpd with Sonata frontend and scmpc for scrobbling.

    Nothing else matters
    • j33433 disse...
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    • Ago 28 2007, 3h19

    A KDE app that downloads covers, fetches lyrics, similar artists, etc.

  • amarok on sidux & debian, exaile on ubuntu / fedora

  • shameless plug

    I just modified a patch to mpg321 to submit tracks via lastfmsubmitd. I use mpg321 with IrMP3 on a fanless mini-itx, debian etch box, hooked to my stereo. If anyone is interested in the patch let me know or check the link on my profile. I also use amarok on my desktop and laptop to sync my ipod nano.

    • Hadret disse...
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    • Set 7 2007, 11h12
    MPD + ncmpc/Sonata + lastfmsubmitd & lastmp (:

  • My own patched XMMS with audioscrobbler plugin :)

    Andii :)
    • Eleniel disse...
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    • Set 19 2007, 19h10

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    • Set 22 2007, 0h45
    I use xmms.

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    • Set 24 2007, 20h30
    It is fun to use Debian,I love it every day.

    • SirSiggi disse...
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    • Set 29 2007, 19h58
    I use MPD + ncmpc and scmpc for Scrobbling.

  • audacious + plugin

    I like audacious because WinAmp/XMMS look, not so sorce eating like banshee or amarok...

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    • Out 18 2007, 14h59


    • taaren disse...
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    • Out 18 2007, 21h04
    For me, Amarok is the best audioplayer for GNU/Linux. Especially for KDE-users.

    • gigawebs disse...
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    • Nov 6 2007, 17h00
    Amarok :)

    • derobert disse...
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    • Nov 9 2007, 2h41
    I used to use xmms, but then I switched to Amarok. I still miss imms and plan to port it someday.

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  • Exaile

    Gotta agree with Amarok on a number of points raised. Lately, though, I've switched to Exaile, which, being in Gtk+ loads quicker than Amarok on the Gnome platform.

    Written in Python, though, so dependencies can be tricky.

    But if you can get it up and running you'll enjoy it. If you've got KDE, it'll be as slow as Amarok is on Gnome, but there's next to no difference - honest!

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    • Dez 15 2007, 13h50



  • Listen

    Is an audio player written in Python for Gnome

    Estado Jabber:
    • jorrizza disse...
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    • Jan 13 2008, 20h53
    MPD using lastfmsubmitd and gmpc as a client. It broadcasts audio using Icecast.

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    • boskar disse...
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    • Fev 9 2008, 18h04
    Audacious - but i really miss Media Library feature. I'm so addicted do winamp look that playing music in program w/o winamp skins support is strange.
    Any ideas how can i have winamp look and good media library?

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    • Fev 19 2008, 17h19
    as a result of my recent shift to Kubuntu i use Amarok.

    to boskar, i also made use of the media library in Winamp extensively. i think you should try Amarok. its collection feature is even better, though its look is far from "a la winamp" :-)

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