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Summary: Pianobar is a console client for the personalized web radio Pandora.
Keychain 2.8.2 ReleasedKeychain 2.8.2, a maintenance and bug fix release, is now available.
Unfork Tree is Live!The "unfork" tree is now merged into the main Funtoo Linux tree, and Funtoo Linux is now using shards for core packages, x11 (including media libraries), KDE, GNOME, python and perl.
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- Play and manage (create, add more music, delete, rename, etc.) your stations
- Rate played songs and let Pandora explain why they have been selected
- Show upcoming songs and song history
- Configure keybindings
- Last.fm scrobbling support (with the help of an external application)
- Proxy support for listeners outside of the USA
To install Pianobar, emerge it:
# emerge pianobar
After you have emerged Pianobar, you can run it with
pianobar. If you dislike typing your username and password every time that you run pianobar, create the file
~/.config/pianobar/config and add the following lines to it:
password = YOURPASSWORD user = firstname.lastname@example.org
Easy login (with encryption)
If leaving a plaintext password for your Pandora account somewhere on your filesystem makes you nervous, you can use gpg to decrypt a file that contains your password. Change your configuration to reflect the one below if you would like to encrypt your password:
password_command = gpg --decrypt ~/.passwords/pianobar user = email@example.com
To configure keybindings, check out
man pianobar. All keybindings can be added to
~/.config/pianobar/config. All the keybindings in the man page will begin with the line
Other configuration options
|audio_quality||The quality of the audio. Can be set to: high, medium, or low.|
|autostart_station||Select a station ID that you would like to play when Pianobar starts.|
|proxy||Use a http proxy.|
Not compiled with threads support
If you recieve the following warning message (
[aac @ 0x7faccc003cd0] Warning: not compiled with thread support, using thread emulation) while running Pianobar, add threads support to ffmpeg, then rebuild it:
# echo "media-video/ffmpeg threads" > /etc/portage/package.use/ffmpeg # emerge ffmpeg
As of FL-1437, threads support should be enabled on ffmpeg by default.