mplayer with radio support

Asked by kkady32 on 2010-04-20

will radio support enable in mplayer for lucid lynx?

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2010-04-26
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2010-04-20
Best Tom (tom6) said : #1

Hi :)

have you tried Totem player for radio support? I tend to use the different media-players for different things and Totem (the default media player) seems great for radio.

Upgrades for the mplayer package are on a different cycle from the main part of the OS. Have you tried a LiveCd of the 10.04 beta release to play around with how things look in there at the moment?
https://help.ubuntu.com/community/LiveCD

Good luck and regards from
Tom :)

kkady32 (kkady32) said : #2

Hi,
No,for GUI i use gnomeradio and for terminal radio,but i see that mplayer have radio support but is not compiled with this.
Sure are a lot of solution for this and I cann use mplayer in terminal for radiostreaming.:))
I tried yesterday to recompile mplayer with radio support but not solved support problem.

Is here a mistake?
# sudo apt-get source mplayer
# sudo apt-get build-dep mplayer
# dpkg-source -x mplayer_version-revision.dsc
# DEB_BUILD_OPTIONS="--enable-gui --enable-radio --disable-ivt" fakeroot debian/rules binary

Regards,Adrian

kkady32 (kkady32) said : #3

Thanks Tom, that solved my question.

Tom (tom6) said : #4

Hi :)

Thanks for marking this as solved. ) I hope you are able to post a bug-report or "Wish-list" for this to mplayer's developers!

Good luck and regards from
Tom :)