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 No.683[Reply]

I've been looking around recently for good programs to stream radio stations and music in the background outside of my browser. Looking for something lightweight and is still supported by developers. If you do, what are you using and what are some great features it has?
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 No.695

>>687
Same here. And if you don't want the GUI you can use the command "mpv link/file –no-video".

 No.696

While not super light weight (sat at 200~ MB of ram listening to a flac song) I use clementine. It's got lots of features and if you like your internet radio it's got loads of lists of them built in and obviously you can add your own. You can also have back ground sounds in it, rain, star trek ship noise, cats and hypno toad. Tbh there isn't much it doesn't make nice and convenient. I'd say it's well worth a look.

 No.700

I use mpg123, just open a terminal with it on tty7 usually and let it play. Then you can also make a script-daemon that responds to keycombinations to play the next probably wanted track.

At least I did, only I lost the source code for it. But it was comfy as a blanket. Never had to think about choosing music again since the daemon did the job. Got very efficient since some songs were bound to work time tempo and set a mood for something like 'get things done feelin' efficiency.

 No.701

>>700
Since it is only based on having a neural net live in a binary state matrice. With cog pushbuttons.
Too bad CogFS will get delayed.

Because you know you can call sbcl as –script

 No.705

I don't listen to radio or podcasts, cmus is my choice. Dirt light, fast, comfortable after accustoming to the hotkeys. It just plays music.



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 No.655[Reply]

what are some cool looking websites you guys frequent? the only one i could think of was systemspace.link and thats down unfortunately :(

pic unrelated
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 No.684

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 No.685

>>684
never understood this site
wtf is it

 No.689

>>685
just music and cool pictures. you could say it's
AESTHETIC

 No.690

>>655
http://angusnicneven.com/
don't know why no one has posted this yet

 No.694

Always good for those cyberpunk needs, http://jinteki.industries/index.html



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 No.633[Reply]

Advanced users of GNU/Linux (and I mean advanced), remember to try Source Mage GNU/Linux. True source-based distribution, and (in contrast with Gentoo and Arch) is:
Free from obfuscated and pre-configured code.
Fully committed to GPL, uses only free software (as in freedom) in their main package.
With even the documentation licensed as FDL.
Without 3rd party patches, sensible defaults or masked packages.
Doesn't need obfuscated python libraries, only bash.
No systemd (they've implemented their own init scripts system http://sourcemage.org/Init).
Uses clean dependencies as they came from upstream developers, which by the same provides instant updates.
Can heal broken installs.
Can also use flags.

Do you like Arch Linux's AUR? Do you like Gentoo's portage (or ports-like) package manager? With SMGL's "sorcery" you get all that. Making new spells (package build files) not found in the grimoire (repository of spells) is easy http://sourcemage.org/Spell/Book

Bash hackers welcome! Come and join http://sourcemage.org/

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 No.643

>>636
My desktop runs Gentoo on an i5-3570K with 8GB of RAM.
I'd love to run a source-based distro on my notebook, too, but I'm too afraid of the poor thing dying a heat death.

 No.644

>>643
I distcc to help my C2D era laptop. Compiling larger projects like Firefox took a very long time when I only used the C2D in my laptop, but it went much quicker when I could distribute such things over to other more powerful desktop computers. Compiles should be much quicker, and your laptop wont run hot if you only configure distcc to compile things on your other machines.

You could also simply share the package directory from your faster computers. Depending on the package manager, it would simply install the already compiled package (CRUX ports works like this).

 No.645

>>643
Portage can do as >>644 says. Build packages for your laptop on your desktop, depending on the architectures involved you may need the crossdev tool. Then it simply becomes a question of how you want to access these binaries from your laptop. I believe you can do this on a per-package basis as well though I just built everything on my server when it and my laptop ran Gentoo.

 No.646

>>645
>>644
I have already looked into all options available to Gentoo, but unfortunately, none of them are flexible enough for me. distcc with a dedicated build server would be the only viable option, but I don't want to get a server just for that.

But still, thanks for your suggestions, sushis!

 No.679

thanks for this OP. tried it out on an old Thinkpad and it really does feel easier to handle than say, Gentoo.



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 No.113[Reply]

Sushi rolls, do any of you have any IRC channels you still enjoy lurking/participating in? I ask for I have none left; I used to idle in Quake and other video game scrim IRC channels but those have such moved to Discord for the most part. I am curious enough that I might venture forth and ask other not-as-comfy places, as well.
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 No.252

>>137
I doubt there's any programming discussion in #lainchan. I don't go there anymore because every time I get in it's just videagaem talk.

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 No.254

>>251
I didn't expect to see this many of us on sushichan of all places.
I suppose that's just the hand at work.

 No.255

>>253
read again, I said #lainchan
I used to visit #lainchan a year ago and there was little programming discussion, and as I said, I bet there is even less these days

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>>255
OP here. Been in #sushigirl and lurking #lainchan, and #lainchan is sort of programming? People are talking about C as I type this, but it fluctuates between unbearable garbage that I wanted to get away from and conversation I wish I was programming-savvy to be a part of. It's definitely an odd channel that doesn't really have a solid cultural place but is definitely between 4chan and 8gag, but it's not terrible.

The sushis in #sushigirl kind of make me feel old even though I believe there isn't too much of an age difference (only a few years), some school talk mostly, but it's usually pleasant when it isn't dead.

>>250
Jeez. I can see why you don't actively look; I don't think I've been in that many chatrooms at once ever in my life.



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