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GKrellM Radio Plugin - to tune your radio card on Linux. Copyright (C) 2000 Lars Christensen Copyright (C) 2001-2002 Sjoerd Simons This plugin allows your to turn your radio card on/off and tune to channels. LICENSE INFORMATION This program is free software which I release under the GNU General Public License. You may redistribute and/or modify this program under the terms of that license as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version. This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details. To get a copy of the GNU General Puplic License, write to the Free Software Foundation, Inc., 675 Mass Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139, USA. INSTALLATION 1. Building Build the radio plugin by typing make If you have gkrellm installed in a nonstandard location, you need to change the GKRELLMDIR variable in the Makefile. If you want to use LIRC (http://www.lirc.org/) with the radio plugin, you just need to define the WITH_LIRC variable to a non-empty value. For example in bash you could do: WITH_LIRC=1 make If you want to use i18n support compile with enable_nls=1 make And install with enable_nls=1 make install 2. Installing Copy the file radio.so to your GKrellM plugin directory. This could be /usr/lib/gkrellm2/plugins. If you don't have write access, you can put the file in ~/.gkrellm2/plugins/ instead. USAGE The radio plugin consists of a text field to the left and a button to the right. The button on the right will turn the radio on or off. Clicking the text field will tune to the next channel. You can configure channels in the GKrellM configuration dialogs, under "Plugins/Radio Plugin". Clicking the right mouse bottun somewhere on the plugin, will open a menu with preset channels. If you have a wheel on your mouse, your can use it to tune to any frequence. Simply place it over the plugin and scroll! CREDITS Lars Christensen: upstream author untill version 0.2.1 Sjoerd Simons: Version 0.3 and higher