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audioBox is a Linux mp3/ogg player front-end based on LCDproc, mpg123 (or mpg321) and ogg123
audioBox is a Linux mp3/ogg player front-end based on LCDproc, mpg123 (or mpg321) and ogg123. It is intended to run on a standalone headless Linux machine as an "audio appliance", playing music files from the local hard disk or CD-ROM.
You don't need video card or display to run audioBox audioBox uses an LCD display to show music file list and song information. It provides menus for music file search and playlist browsing.
Here are some key features of "audioBox":
File search (full and sub-list search);
mp3/ogg playback from CD and HDD;
multiple playback session support;
Rudimentary playlist support.
your favourite flavour of Linux, 8-16MB of RAM;
a supported soundcard (or on-board chipset);
an LCD display supported by LCDproc;
mpg123 or mpg321, the free alternative to mpg123;
optional ogg123 (remote-patched version);
optional CD-ROM drive.
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