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Re: Lxqt : searching for something like lxmusic
« Reply #45 on: 04. August 2014, 10:18:23 »
 :)

News : I sent yesterday at 21h28  a bug report about vrok-git, and I have this morning in my inbox :

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Hi, this is the maintainer of vrok-git. It's fixed now.
https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/vrok-git/

The comments section got reseted when I uploaded a new AUR tarball
            - Madura A.

It compiles now :



but I absolutely don't know how to use it ?  :o  If somebody has an idea, thanks, I'm stuck.

The weight installed is 418 kB.
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Re: Lxqt : searching for something like lxmusic
« Reply #46 on: 04. August 2014, 10:34:16 »
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[pat@x32 ~]$ yaourt -Si deadbeef-qt
Dépôt               : aur
Nom                 : deadbeef-qt
Version             : r53.d7297741328b-1
URL                 : https://bitbucket.org/tonn/deadbeef-qt/wiki/Home
AUR URL             : https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/deadbeef-qt
Licences            : GPL2
Votes               : 16
Périmé              : Non
Groupes             : None
Fournit             : None
Dépend de           : qt4 deadbeef
Dépendances opt.    : None
Est en conflit avec : None
Remplace            : None
Mainteneur          : Splashy
Architecture        : i686 x86_64
Dernière soumission : jeu. 27 mars 2014 17:46:45 CET
Description         : Qt based user interface plugin for DeaDBeeF music player.

So, not. And if I suppress the dependency manually, impossible to compile : API deadbeef missing.

But if I compile from sources, or if I take the package from the Arch community repos, it works.

I think you misunderstood me.

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yaourt -Si deadbeef
Dépôt                 : community
Nom                   : deadbeef
Version               : 0.6.1-2
Description           : A GTK+ audio player for GNU/Linux.
Architecture          : x86_64
URL                   : http://deadbeef.sourceforge.net
Licences              : GPL2
Groupes               : --
Fournit               : --
Dépend de             : alsa-lib  hicolor-icon-theme
                        desktop-file-utils
Dépendances opt.      : gtk2: for the GTK2 interface
                        gtk3: for the GTK3 interface
                        libsamplerate: for Resampler plugin
                        libvorbis: for Ogg Vorbis playback
                        libmad: for MP1/MP2/MP3 playback
                        flac: for FLAC playback
                        curl: for Last.fm scrobbler, SHOUTcast, Icecast,
                        Podcast support
                        imlib2: for artwork plugin
                        wavpack: for WavPack playback
                        libsndfile: for Wave playback
                        libcdio: audio cd plugin
                        libcddb: audio cd plugin
                        faad2: for AAC/MP4 support
                        dbus: for OSD notifications support
                        pulseaudio: for PulseAudio output plugin
                        libx11: for global hotkeys plugin
                        zlib: for Audio Overload plugin
                        libzip: for vfs_zip plugin
                        ffmpeg: for ffmpeg plugin
Est en conflit avec   : --
Remplace              : --
Taille à télécharger  : 2299,66 KiB
Taille installé       : 8143,00 KiB
Paqueteur             : Lukas Fleischer <archlinux@cryptocrack.de>
Compilé le            : ven. 09 mai 2014 17:25:07 CEST
Validé par            : Somme MD5  Somme SHA256  Signature

So at the end we have:"deadbeaf-qt" depends on "qt4 deadbeef alsa-lib  hicolor-icon-theme desktop-file-utils".

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Re: Lxqt : searching for something like lxmusic
« Reply #47 on: 04. August 2014, 10:37:51 »
Hmmm, OK. My bad.  ;)
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Re: Lxqt : searching for something like lxmusic
« Reply #48 on: 04. August 2014, 11:07:16 »
But for me it's a pitty that the "deadbeef-infobar-plugin" is only workin' with gtk-ui. So deadbeef-qt it's not for me. Still lookin' for an alternative...

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Re: Lxqt : searching for something like lxmusic
« Reply #49 on: 04. August 2014, 11:20:28 »
Don't know vrok. But, I did see this in AUR, if it matters to anyone:
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A light weight audio player (Edit PKGBUILD to build for PulseAudio, builds for Alsa by default)
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Re: Lxqt : searching for something like lxmusic
« Reply #50 on: 04. August 2014, 12:51:31 »
BTW, what was the problem with "Qmmp" ?

I found that it has a plugin pack with "Simple Ui" interface like "audacious"

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Re: Lxqt : searching for something like lxmusic
« Reply #51 on: 04. August 2014, 13:18:37 »
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BTW, what was the problem with "Qmmp" ?

It's a bit invasive. For example, it changes the association  inode/directory in /usr/share/applications/mimeinfo.cache.

After, for example, if you try to open the download folder of chromium, you run qmmp instead.  ;D

But it's simple to repair manually.
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