Cool...can this be done thru apt-get?? or how exactly would we go about getting VLC, it is a program ive used in Window$gilgames wrote:You can always install VLC player as well (even if it is a little overkill for playing music). It takes some seconds to start but after that, it runs very well for music and provides an interface that is familiar and usable to most.
I have to try this. Someone reported problems, we have 256M boards does this or something else cause problems.Chuckaluphagus wrote:Yes, it's justto install it. Works from both the command line and in the GUI. As said above, though, it only works for music on the Pi at the moment.
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sudo apt-get install vlc
efflandt wrote:Since the default X is lxde I would second lxmusic. I could not figure out how to add internet radio URL's to a playlist when I tried it earlier (they would just disappear) and volume control was X'd out. But after also installing xmms2-plugin-all, volume control works and so do internet radio URL's.