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NAME

       shell-fm - A console based player for last.fm radio streams.

SYNOPSIS

       shell-fm [options] [lastfm://url]

DESCRIPTION

       shell-fm  is  a  lightweight  and  interactive console based player for
       last.fm radio streams, e.g. lastfm://artistnames/someartist.

       You need an account in order to use this  player,  so  please  consider
       create one for free before using Shell.FM at http://last.fm

OPTIONS

       -d     Starts  Shell.FM  in  daemon mode (fork to background). Requires
              the socket interface to be set up.

       -i address
              Enable the socket interface. This bind a server  socket  to  the
              given host which, so you can control Shell.FM over Ethernet.

       -p port
              Specifies the port for the socket. Default port is 54311.

       -D device
              Specifies the audio device you want to use. Default is /dev/dsp.

       -y URL Proxy URL to connect through.

       -h     Prints help and exit.

FILES

       ~/.shell-fm/shell-fm.rc
              This    is    the    per-user    configuration     file     (See
              shell-fm-config(5)).

AUTHOR

       Manpage  written  by  Nacho Barrientos Arias <nacho@debian.org> for the
       Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others).

BUGS

       Report bugs to Debian BTS at http://bugs.debian.org

COPYRIGHT

       Copyright © 2006-2007, Jonas Kramer and others.  Licensed  under  GPLv2
       license.
       http://nex.scrapping.cc/shell-fm/

SEE ALSO

       shell-fm-config(5)