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Old 14th October 2007, 11:44 PM
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Question Internet Radio

I'm looking for something like Winamp to listen to internet radio stations.

Ive tried Audacious and Xmms, but do not see where the internet radio is.

Any suggestions?

Thanks!
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Old 14th October 2007, 11:49 PM
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I've used rythmbox for a long time. I'm sure audio types have better choices. I've playesd with realplayer too, but it seems undersupported on Linux.
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Old 15th October 2007, 12:17 AM
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Try exaile as it has a good shoutcast plugin

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yum install exaile
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Old 15th October 2007, 01:45 AM
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Quote:
Originally Posted by biggsk
I'm looking for something like Winamp to listen to internet radio stations.

Ive tried Audacious and Xmms, but do not see where the internet radio is.

Any suggestions?

Thanks!
If you like Audacious, I do, it's a lot like Winamp, just install streamtuner.

su -
yum install streamtuner -y

Streamtuner is like a directory for various internet radio stations including Shoutcast, when you click play it will open Audacious to the station you selected or whatever player you set it to use in your preferences, you can also bookmark your favorite stations and if you install

http://streamripper.sourceforge.net/

you can hit record and have it rip mp3's to your drive.

BTW Audacity the non-free version from Livna is great for cleaning up those rips.
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Old 15th October 2007, 01:49 AM
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Awesome! Thanks all I'll check these out.
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Old 15th October 2007, 02:05 AM
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Ok, I'm trying out Streamtuner with Audacious and I'm getting the following error:

Code:
Unable to play files.

The following files could not be played. Please check that:
1. they are accessible.
2. you have enabled the media plugins required.
I did a yum install *audacious*

I thought I got all the plug-ins...

What am I missing?
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Old 15th October 2007, 02:30 AM
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Probably all the "non-free" plugins, there are individual plugins for different formats like mp3.

If you haven't enabled any third party repos yet then I recommend you install

http://rpm.livna.org/livna-release-7.rpm

and don't use any other third party repos unless you understand the risks and how to avoid conflicts.

Once you have Livna installed you can just search for the plugins you need

yum search *audacious*

will bring up anything with audacious in the name, just pick the plugins you want and you should be good. Yumex is also good for this

yum install yumex

It's in Applications>System Tools and a nice front-end for yum.

You'll probably also want a lot of the gstreamer plugins, if you're still using the stock Totem

yum --exclude=*devel* install gstreamer-plugin*

should get you a full list, install all or pick and choose.
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Old 15th October 2007, 04:16 AM
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I tried all those things but am still getting the error.

The Xiph channels all seem to work...

I am stumped

::BTW that yumex thing is pretty cool.
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Old 15th October 2007, 04:29 AM
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I tried all those things but am still getting the error.

The Xiph channels all seem to work...

I am stumped

::BTW that yumex thing is pretty cool.
Are you sure?

So you installed the Livna repo rpm then installed all the "nonfree" audacious plugins.

su -
yum install audacious-plugins-nonfree* -y

Let's double check

Run

yum list *audacious*

And compare it to my output, if it's different than install the packages you're missing, if some "lvn7" packages don't show up then you don't have Livna installed.

Code:
@Fedora ~]$ yum list *audacious*
Installed Packages
audacious.i386                           1.3.2-1.fc7            installed       
audacious-libs.i386                      1.3.2-1.fc7            installed       
audacious-plugins.i386                   1.3.5-2.fc7            installed       
audacious-plugins-nonfree-aac.i386       1.3.5-1.lvn7           installed       
audacious-plugins-nonfree-alac.i386      1.3.5-1.lvn7           installed       
audacious-plugins-nonfree-lame.i386      1.3.5-1.lvn7           installed       
audacious-plugins-nonfree-mms.i386       1.3.5-1.lvn7           installed       
audacious-plugins-nonfree-mp3.i386       1.3.5-1.lvn7           installed       
audacious-plugins-nonfree-tta.i386       1.3.5-1.lvn7           installed       
audacious-plugins-nonfree-wma.i386       1.3.5-1.lvn7           installed       
Available Packages
audacious-devel.i386                     1.3.2-1.fc7            fedora          
audacious-docklet.i386                   0.1.1-2.fc7            fedora          
audacious-plugin-fc.i386                 0.2-1                  updates         
audacious-plugins-amidi.i386             1.3.5-2.fc7            updates         
audacious-plugins-arts.i386              1.3.5-2.fc7            updates         
audacious-plugins-esd.i386               1.3.5-2.fc7            updates         
audacious-plugins-jack.i386              1.3.5-2.fc7            updates         
audacious-plugins-metronome.i386         1.3.5-2.fc7            updates         
audacious-plugins-pulseaudio.i386        1.3.5-2.fc7            updates         
audacious-plugins-vortex.i386            1.3.5-2.fc7            updates         
audacious-plugins-wavpack.i386           1.3.5-2.fc7            updates
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Old 15th October 2007, 04:48 AM
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Yup after doing the:

yum install audacious-plugins-nonfree* -y

and

yum list *audacious*

Mine match yours, and its working now.

Thanks for your help
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Old 15th October 2007, 04:51 AM
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Your welcome.

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