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gmusicbrowser - Jukebox for large collections of music files
gmusicbrowser [-nocheck] [-noscan] [-demo] [-ro] [-rotags] [-play] [-nodbus] [-gst|-nogst] [-server] [-port N] [-cfg FILE] [-fifo FIFO|-nofifo] [-debug] [-verbose] [-layout NAME] [-plugin NAME] [-searchpath FOLDER] [-use-gnome-session] [-workspace N] [-cmd CMD] [-ifnotrunning MODE] [-dbus-id KEY] FOLDER_OR_FILE ... gmusicbrowser -listcmd gmusicbrowser -tagedit FOLDER_OR_FILE ...
This manual page explains the gmusicbrowser program. gmusicbrowser can play and manage your songs, currently supports mp3, ogg, flac, mpc file formats. see http://gmusicbrowser.sourceforge.net/ for more information.
-c, -nocheck don't check for updated/deleted songs on startup -s, -noscan don't scan folders for songs on startup -demo don't save settings/tags on exit -ro prevent modifying/renaming/deleting song files -rotags prevent modifying tags of music files -play start playing on startup -gst use gstreamer -nogst do not use gstreamer -nodbus do not use DBus -server send playing song to connected icecast client -port N listen for connection on port N in icecast server mode -C FILE, -cfg FILE use FILE as configuration file (instead of 'gmbrc' in default folder), if FILE is a folder (or ends with '/'), it will be used as base folder instead of ~/.config/gmusicbrowser/ -F FIFO, -fifo FIFO use FIFO as named pipe to receive commans (instead of 'gmusicbrowser.fifo' in default folder) -nofifo do not use/create named pipe -dbus-id KEY append .KEY to the DBus service id used by gmusicbrowser (org.gmusicbrowser) -verbose print some info, like the file being played -debug print lots of useless information, implies -verbose -backtrace print a backtrace for every warning -l NAME, -layout NAME use layout NAME for player window -plugin NAME deactivate plugin identified by NAME +plugin NAME activate plugin identified by NAME -noplugins deactivate all plugins -searchpath FOLDER add FOLDER to the list of folders searched for plugins and layouts -use-gnome-session Use gnome libraries to save tags/settings on session logout (needs the Gnome2 perl module). -workspace N Move initial window to workspace N (needs the Gnome2::Wnck perl module). -cmd CMD add CMD to the list of commands to execute. If a running instance of gmusicbrowser is found, these commands will be sent via the fifo file or via DBus. If there is no running instance of gmusicbrowser, the behavior depends on option -ifnotrunning -ifnotrunning MODE change behavior when no running gmusicbrowser instance is found, MODE can be one of : normal (default) launch a new instance and execute commands nocmd launch a new instance but discard commands abort do nothing Running instances of gmusicbrowser are detected via the fifo or via DBus. To run more than one instance, use a unique fifo and a unique DBus-id, or deactivate them. -listcmd list the available commands and exit -listlayout list the available layouts and exit -listplugin list the available plugins and exit -tagedit FOLDER_OR_FILE ... Load songs in FOLDER_OR_FILE and display a dialog to edit their tags.
~/.gmusicbrowser/tags contains songs tags and program options /usr/share/gmusicbrowser/plugins/, ~/.gmusicbrowser/plugins/ files with extension .pm in these folders are loaded as plugins on startup /usr/share/gmusicbrowser/layouts/*.layout, ~/.gmusicbrowser/layouts/*.layout contains layouts definitions ~/.gmusicbrowser/gmusicbrowser.fifo can be used to send commands to a running gmusicbrowser, eg : echo CMD >~/.gmusicbrowser/gmusicbrowser.fifo where CMD is (run "gmusicbrowser -listcmd" for an up-to-date list of commands) : NextSong Skip current song PrevSong choose previously played song PlayPause toggle Play/Pause mode Stop stop playing Rewind SEC rewind SEC seconds Forward SEC forward SEC seconds Browser open browser window ShowHide hide/show gmusicbrowser windows Quit quit gmusicbrowser Save immediately save settings/song tags in ~/.gmusicbrowser/tags ChangeDisplay DISPLAY migrate the program to display DISPLAY (example : ":1")
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