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Home » , , , , , » Audtty is an ncurses based terminal frontend to the Audacious Media Player.

Audtty is an ncurses based terminal frontend to the Audacious Media Player.

Audtty is a simple application for controlling Audacious from the command line.

It is designed to make common, simple tasks fast and easy to do.

It is operated using arrow keys and standard Audacious keys, to make it easy and intuitive to learn.

Audtty is an ncurses based terminal client for the Audacious Media Player. Version 0.1.12 was released on February 28th 2010.

Audtty downloads can be found here.

Please report all bugs to http://bugs.code-monkeys.org/

Download Page for audtty_0.1.12-1_i386.deb on Intel x86 machines.

If you are running Debian, it is strongly suggested to use a package manager like aptitude or synaptic to download and install packages, instead of doing so manually via this website.
You should be able to use any of the listed mirrors by adding a line to your /etc/apt/sources.list like this:
deb http://<em>ftp.de.debian.org/debian</em> sid main 
Replacing ftp.de.debian.org/debian with the mirror in question.
You can download the requested file from the pool/main/a/audtty/ subdirectory at any of these sites:
If none of the above sites are fast enough for you, please see our complete mirror list.
Note that in some browsers you will need to tell your browser you want the file saved to a file. For example, in Firefox or Mozilla, you should hold the Shift key when you click on the URL.

More information on audtty_0.1.12-1_i386.deb:
Exact Size 21740 Byte (21.2 kByte)
MD5 checksum 25289fd851e0f924c47a4165b5d2c704
SHA1 checksum 01b396278fc8d61d891bbb6bba27d93b878eb794
SHA256 checksum a32dfb9b29d31086d52edb3d578bdb85de5aab7eaa1d902589800f37e16a188f


To negate a short option, use ’<b>+</b>’ instead of ’<b>-</b>’ (e.g.  <b>+a</b>).<br />       Long-options are negated with <b>no-</b>, (e.g.  <b>--no-read-all</b>).<br /><br />       <b>-n,</b> <b>--numbers</b><br />              Show numbers in playlist (default on)<br /><br />       <b>-t,</b> <b>--title</b><br />              Read the title from ID3/ogg-tags (SLOW) (default on)<br /><br />       <b>-l,</b> <b>--length</b><br />              Show length of track in playlist (SLOW) (default on)<br /><br />       <b>-a,</b> <b>--read-all</b><br />              Read all titles and lengths on startup (EXTREMELY SLOW) (default<br />              off)<br /><br />       <b>-V,</b> <b>--version</b><br />              Display version information<br /><br />       <b>-h,</b> <b>--help</b><br />              Print help message<br /><br />       Tip: Things going slow? Try <b>audtty</b> <b>-ntl</b><br /><br />


<b>Arrow</b> <b>right/left</b><br />              Skip forward/backward 5 seconds<br /><br />       <b>Arrow</b> <b>up/down</b><br />              Move up/down in the playlist or search results<br /><br />       <b>Page</b> <b>up/down</b><br />              Scroll up/down one page in the playlist or search results<br /><br />       <b>Enter</b>  Select and play file<br /><br />       <b>x</b>      Play<br /><br />       <b>c</b>      Pause<br /><br />       <b>v</b>      Stop<br /><br />       <b>z</b>      Jump to previuos song<br /><br />       <b>b</b>      Jump to next song<br /><br />       <b>0</b> <b>or</b> <b>+</b> Increase volume<br /><br />       <b>9</b> <b>or</b> <b>-</b> Decrease volume<br /><br />       <b>j</b>      Search for file to jump to<br /><br />       <b>L</b>      Add URI to playlist.<br /><br />       <b>R</b>      Reload playlist<br /><br />       <b>q</b>      Exit from application<br /><br />       <b>d</b>      Remove currently selected item from playlist.<br /><br />       <b>Esc</b>    Exit from application, or, if in jump dialog, go to main view<br /><br />       <b>a</b>      Open a file browser window.<br /><br />


<b>a</b> <b>or</b> <b>A</b> Will add selected file or directory to the playlist.<br /><br />       <b>Enter</b>  Will either add the current selection if it is a file, or change<br />              directories if it is a directory.<br /><br />       <b>q</b> <b>or</b> <b>Esc</b><br />              Exit back to the main playlist window.<br /><br />


<b>/etc/audtty.conf</b><br />              Global configuration file.<br /><br />       <b>$HOME/.audtty.conf</b><br />              Local configuration file, specific for each user. Can be used to<br />              override the global options.<br /><br />       The syntax of the configuration files  are  long  options  without  the<br />       ’--’, one on each line.<br />


Audtty showing the playlist.

Searching for a song within a playlist.

Adding a URL to the playlist.

File Browser:

If you want the bleeding edge audtty code, you can download it from the git repository:

git clone git://git.code-monkeys.org/audtty.git

You can browse the git repository here

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