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    Media Player Daemon?

    Would someone do a port of MPD to warty?

    Or should I just look for the debian package on the net, and install it?

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    Re: Media Player Daemon?

    The debian testing and unstable packages for MPD worked fine for me using Warty. I also used the gpmc (IIRC) graphical client, also from debian testing/unstable; quite a neat combination.

    lt_kije

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    Re: Media Player Daemon?

    gpmc? I can't find it when I do a search in the debian packages in the firefox search extension. Could you please link me up?

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    Re: Media Player Daemon?

    if you add the package name you're searching for (eg gmpc) right after http://packages.debian.org (ie packages.debian.org/gmpc), it'll search the debian repositories.

    packages.debian.org/gmpc -> http://packages.debian.org/cgi-bin/s...&keywords=gmpc

    lt_kije

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    Re: Media Player Daemon?

    Quote Originally Posted by Kakalto
    Would someone do a port of MPD to warty?

    Or should I just look for the debian package on the net, and install it?
    I'll look into backporting a copy of it for you.
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    Re: Media Player Daemon?

    Thanks, but don't make it too high priority, as the debian package worked fine.

    lt_kije: Thanks... I did a search before, and couldn't find the package, but that link worked.
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