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rpi.fm(1) - Internet Radio Player for the Raspberry Pi ====================================================== ## DESCRIPTION Command-line internet radio player using the <http://www.internet-radio.com> website and omxd for playback. See <http://github.com/subogero/omxd>. It's an interactive command-line program. You can chose station by genre; rpi.fm builds a statistics of your favourites, and you can chose from those too. Chosing a station does not start playback automatically, as there are many options. See commands I H J i a A below. ## COMMANDS ? help q Radio off and Quit d leave raDio on and quit, same as Ctrl-D (EOF) f Featured stations list g choose Genre m My stations l Last used list of stations I play now H play now on HDMI J play now on Jack i Insert to omxd playlist at current position and play now a Add to omxd playlist after current position A Add to end of omxd playlist h change to HDMI output j change to stereo Jack output p Play/Pause s Show what's playing ## FILES ~/.rpi.fm List of My stations ## INSTALL rpi.fm was written in Perl, uses curl, stty and the following modules: Data::Dumper for the config file and Term::ANSIColor for that fancy prompt. Install omxd first: see <https://github.com/subogero/omxd/blob/master/INSTALL> Then install rpi.fm: sudo apt-get install curl cd rpi.fm sudo make install ## COPYRIGHT (c) SZABO Gergely <firstname.lastname@example.org>, GNU GPL v2