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..|''|| '||' '|' '||' '|| ||' '||' '|' '||''|. .|' || || | || ||| ||| || | || || || || || | || |'|..'|| || | ||...|' '|. '. '| || | || | '|' || || | || '|...'|. '|..' .||. .|. | .||. '|..' .||. __________________________________________________________________________ QUIMUP version 1.4.0 for MPD 0.17.0 and above __________________________________________________________________________ QUIMUP is a client for the Music Player Daemon (MPD) written in c++ and QT5. The program can be used with most Linux desktops (KDE, GNOME, XFCE) and is covered by the General Public License (see LICENSE below). The clean interface makes controlling MPD's features easy and intuitive. The focus is on mouse handling: playlist management is done entirely by drag-&-drop; all playback functions are accessible from the system tray. Quimup aims to turn MPD into a perfect desktop music player. Copyright (C) 2008 - 2015 Johan Spee email@example.com www.coonsden.com __________________________________________________________________________ LICENSE This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public 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. You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along with this program (the file named COPYING). If not, see http://www.gnu.org/licenses/ __________________________________________________________________________ DEPENDENCIES REQUIRES : MPD (>= 0.17) DEPENDS : libmpdclient2 (>= 2.3 ) DEPENDS : libtag1-vanilla (>= 1.7 ) QT 5: DEPENDS : qtcore (>= 5.1 ) DEPENDS : qtgui (>= 5.1 ) DEPENDS : qtnetwork (>= 5.1 ) To COMPILE from source additionally install the QT5, libmpdclient and libtag development files (libmpdclient-dev, qtbase5-dev, libtag1-dev) and the usual: qmake, make, gcc, cpp, g++, pkg-config, autoconf etc.  To create the makefile run: qmake (or qmake-qt5).  To compile, next run: make.  To install the binary: sudo cp ./quimup /usr/bin/quimup (or run it from the source directory) __________________________________________________________________________ KDE, GNOME and XFCE Altough the program depends on some QT libraries it does not require KDE or depend on other KDE libraries, nor is it integrated with KDE in any way. __________________________________________________________________________ ** USING QUIMUP ** CHECK OUT : FAQ.txt CHECK OUT : TIPS IN THE SETTINGS WINDOW's ABOUT TAB If MPD is configured correctly it's all click, drag and drop really. EXTERNAL FILES Files that are not in the database can be dropped on the player or on the playlist. Alternatively use the 'send to' or 'open with' command in your file manager or create a custom 'action'(pass %U or %F). But this will only work if the connection with mpd is established through a so called socket. In MPD's configuration file the 'bind_to_address' must point to "/home/USER/.mpd/socket" (replace USER with the name of your home dir). In Quimup's login profile (in the settings window) 'Host' must be set exactly the same. It may be necessary to associate relevant file types to 'open with' Quimup (this is usually done in the file's 'properties' tab). Make sure to use 'quimup %U' rather than just 'quimup' as command. __________________________________________________________________________