Subject: Re: mp3 jukebox programs?
To: David Brownlee <>
From: Herb Peyerl <>
List: current-users
Date: 09/26/2002 20:09:01
David Brownlee <>  wrote:
 > 	I picked audio/mserv, which can handle random play with
 > 	people able to telnet in and rate songs so it can determine
 > 	suitable play lists depending on who is connected.
 > 	After some experimentation I've got it hooked to irman
 > 	(audio/mserv_irman) to allow people to control the queue
 > 	and rate songs with any random remote (each remote is tagged
 > 	to an individual so the system can tell who is around),
 > 	which works reasonably well in an office where viable music
 > 	varies significantly depending on who is in :)

That looks  better than what I was doing. I was using a Shark with the
NTSC out hooked to my TV, and gqmpeg as a front-end to mpg123. Then
using lirc programmed to my remote.  It worked but was a second or
two between remote events and action on gqmpeg...