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= Sifolux = Sifolux is a program that allows you to download streams and schedule the downloads easily. If a stream stops for some reason, the download will continue when the stream is available again Downloading ---------- The prebuilt version can be found here: http://cloud.github.com/downloads/meyogi/sifolux/sifolux_0_0_1.tar.gz Required packages ----------------- For using the prebuilt version, the following packages need to be installed: libmms0 libgtkada-2.8 For building from the source: gnat-4.3 libmms-dev libgtkada2-dev Building from source -------------------- cd to the directory where the file "sifolux.gpr" is located, and then: gprmake -Psifolux this will create a the executable binary called "sifolux" under the "build" directory. Installing ---------- After installing the required packages listed above, just put the binary file "sifolux" wherever you like. Usage ----- Run the application from the command line: [~]$ /path/to/binary/file/sifolux The download streams are saved under ~/sifolux_downloads The exact location is based on the name of the download and the time the download started. For example, if a download is scheduled to begin at 23/7/2010 and its name is "my_favorite_program", then the location of the downloaded files could be something like: ~/sifolux_downloads/my_favorite_program/20100723_2/ Files that were downloaded from a Live stream are not seekable. Downloading of a Prerecorded stream (non Live stream) is, currently, unsupported. It is possible to download such a stream, but the downloaded file might not be complete. The only supported protocol right now is MMS.