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pragha - A lightweight music player, forked of Consonance Music Manager
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pragha is a lightweight music player that aims to be fast, bloat-free, and light on memory consumption. It is written completely in C and GTK+. Some of the features are: * Library management using sqlite3 * Multiple views * OSD support * asf, ape, flac, mp3, mp4, ogg, wav, wma, and CDDA support pragha is released under the GNU General Public Licence version 3 (GPLv3).
-?, --help Output help information and exit. --help-all Output all help options and exit. --help-gtk Output GTK+ Options and exit. -v, --version Output version information and exit. -e, --debug Enable Debug ( Levels: 1,2,3,4 ) -l, --log-file Log Debug to a file. -p, --play Start playing. -s, --stop Stop playing. -t, --pause Play/Pause/Resume the current song. -r, --prev Play the previous song in the playlist. -n, --next Play the next song in the playlist. -f, --shuffle Toggle shuffle mode. -u, --repeat Toggle repeat mode. -i, --inc_vol Increase the volume by 1. -d, --dec_vol Decrease the volume by 1. -o, --show_osd Show OSD notification (a popup window with info about the current song). -x, --toggle_view Toggle player visibility -c, --current_state Get current player state. -a, --audio_backend Audio backend (valid options: alsa/oss) -g, --audio_device Audio Device (For ALSA: hw:0,0 etc.., For OSS: /dev/dsp etc..) -m, --audio_mixer Mixer Element (For ALSA: Master, PCM, etc.., For OSS: /dev/mixer, etc...) --display=DISPLAY Set the X display to use.
* Add a library location in menu Edit - Preferences. * Rescan Library from menu Tools. * Start using. :-)
$HOME/.config/pragha/pragha.db Library database (in sqlite3 format) $HOME/.config/pragha/config personal settings (use the GUI interface to change them, Edit - Preferences) $HOME/.cache/pragha-album-art Basic cache for downloaded cover art saved as artist - album.jpeg
Pragha was originally a fork of Consonance written by Sujith <firstname.lastname@example.org> At the moment developed by Matias De lellis. <email@example.com> Man page written by Martin Zelaia <firstname.lastname@example.org>