Audacious is an audio player.
This package is known to build and work properly using an LFS-7.8 platform.
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Estimated build time: 0.2 SBU
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cURL-7.44.0, FAAD2-2.7, FFmpeg-2.7.2, FLAC-1.3.1, LAME-3.99.5, libcdio-0.93 (to identify and play CDs), libnotify-0.7.6, libsamplerate-0.1.8, libsndfile-1.0.25, libvorbis-1.3.5, mpg123-1.22.4, neon-0.30.1 (for online mpg3 and ogg radio), PulseAudio-6.0, Qt-5.5.0, SDL-1.2.15, The Bauer stereophonic-to-binaural DSP (bs2b) library, FluidSynth, JACK (requires libsamplerate-0.1.8), libbinio (to build the AdPlug plugin), libcue, libmodplug, libmms, LIRC, and WavPack
Install Audacious by running the following commands (you may wish to change the stamp to another string):
TPUT=/bin/true ./configure --prefix=/usr \ --with-buildstamp="BLFS" && make
This package does not come with a test suite, but you can run, before installing, test src/balsa. You will see a lot of debugging messages scrolling in the console. This is actually useful because they can be used to track down a bug.
Now, as the
Install the required plugins package by unpacking the tarball, changing into the newly created directory, and issuing the following commands:
TPUT=/bin/true ./configure --prefix=/usr && make
This package does not come with a test suite.
Now, as the
This package installs icon files into the
/usr/share/icons/hicolor hierarchy and desktop
files into the
/usr/share/applications hierarchy. You can
improve system performance and memory usage by updating
perform the update you must have GTK+-2.24.28 or
GTK+-3.16.6 installed (for the icon cache) and
desktop-file-utils-0.22 (for the
desktop cache) and issue the following commands as the
gtk-update-icon-cache && update-desktop-database
TPUT=/bin/true: the default
is for make to output
text in color. This is fine if you're building in a terminal, but
if you script the build process and pipe the output from
make to a log file
then the control characters used to color the text can make the
logfile unreadable. This option stops it coloring the text.
switch appends the given text to the version string.
--disable-mp3: Use this for the plugins
if you have not installed mpg123 and do not wish to play mp3 files.
--enable-valgrind: Allow better
Valgrind leak checks.
If you prefer the old, smaller Winamp/XMMS interface, click on View> Interface> Winamp Classic Interface.
Last updated on 2015-09-20 15:38:20 -0700