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Laaca(R)

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Czech republic,
04.05.2008, 18:42
 

command line streaming radio player (Users)

Does anybode know some Linux or Windows console streaming radio player?
It would be great to port it to DOS like f.e. cTorrent.

I would like to hear the radiostation "Echo Moskvy" on my DOS computer with 32MB RAM. I know - solution is to buy some more RAM and use LiveCD Linux for it but I preffer some DOS solution. Any idea?

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rr(R)

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Berlin, Germany,
04.05.2008, 20:27

@ Laaca

command line streaming radio player

> Does anybode know some Linux or Windows console streaming radio player?

VLC media player or noXMMS

Rugxulo(R)

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Usono,
04.05.2008, 21:10

@ Laaca

command line streaming radio player

> I would like to hear the radiostation "Echo Moskvy" on my DOS computer
> with 32MB RAM. I know - solution is to buy some more RAM and use LiveCD
> Linux for it but I preffer some DOS solution. Any idea?

Just to be fair, Damn Small Linux or DeLi Linux are both very low RAM and almost definitely will work in 32 MB. (Of course, the latter uses uclibc). There's also ZipSlack (Slackware 11), running on UMSDOS on FAT partition.

(Sorry if this isn't the best answer, but it's all I know.)

Laaca(R)

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Czech republic,
08.05.2008, 15:05

@ Laaca

command line streaming radio player

I solved it! No Linux requiered. Just DOS!!!
Simply use Mplayer.

"mplayer http://radio.echo.msk.ru/8000"

and it's all :-D

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DOS386(R)

08.05.2008, 17:40

@ Laaca

too late

> I solved it! No Linux requiered. Just DOS Simply use Mplayer.
> "mplayer http://radio.echo.msk.ru/8000"

Too late :crying: just intended to suggest ...

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