cmus — C* Music Player
Copyright © 2004-2008 Timo Hirvonen firstname.lastname@example.org
Copyright © 2008-2015 Various Authors
List available optional features
$ ./configure --help
To disable some feature, arts for example, and install to
$ ./configure prefix=$HOME CONFIG_ARTS=n
After running configure you can see from the generated
what features have been configured in (see the
Note: For some distributions you need to install development versions
of the dependencies. For example if you want to use 'mad' input plugin
(mp3) you need to install
libmad0-dev (Debian) or
package. After installing dependencies you need to run
again, of course.
If you want to use the Tremor library as alternative for decoding
Ogg/Vorbis files you have to pass
CONFIG_TREMOR=y to the configure
$ ./configure CONFIG_VORBIS=y CONFIG_TREMOR=y
The Tremor library is supposed to be used on hardware that has no FPU.
Or on some BSD systems you need to explicitly use GNU make:
$ make install
Or to install to a temporary directory:
$ make install DESTDIR=~/tmp/cmus
This is useful when creating binary packages.
Remember to replace
gmake if needed.
$ man cmus-tutorial
$ man cmus
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After a crash send bug report with last lines of
firstname.lastname@example.org. The file exists only if you
configured cmus with maximum debug level (
$ git clone https://github.com/cmus/cmus.git
cmus uses the Linux kernel coding style. Use hard tabs. Tabs are always 8 characters wide. Keep the style consistent with rest of the code.
git format-patch to generate patches from your commits.
Alternatively you can use
diff -up if you don't want to use git.