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John A
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« on: November 01, 2011, 14:43:02 PM »

Would it be possible to put this in a community repo?
http://bugs.pardus.org.tr/show_bug.cgi?id=13713

Pardus Germany maybe? Smiley
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« Reply #1 on: November 01, 2011, 17:03:57 PM »

Hi John,

Edited to add that I'm using Pardus 2011.2 for 64 bits.
Yesterday I added this repo:
Code:
pisi ar pardususer.de http://pakete.pardususer.de/pardus-2011/x86_64/pisi-index.xml.xz
to my package manager and see that deadbeef music player is available.  I installed it on and starting it from terminal:
Code:
deadbeef
starting deadbeef 0.5.1
server_start
INFO: unlink socket: No such file or directory
failed to load config file
loading plugins from /home/asusa8ne/.local/lib/deadbeef
loading plugins from /usr/lib/deadbeef
plug_load_all: scandir found 143 files
loading plugin /usr/lib/deadbeef/aac.so
loading plugin /usr/lib/deadbeef/adplug.so
loading plugin /usr/lib/deadbeef/alsa.so
loading plugin /usr/lib/deadbeef/artwork.so
loading plugin /usr/lib/deadbeef/cdda.so
loading plugin /usr/lib/deadbeef/converter.so
loading plugin /usr/lib/deadbeef/converter_gtkui.so
loading plugin /usr/lib/deadbeef/dca.so
found gui plugin ddb_gui_GTK2.so
added GTK2 gui plugin
loading plugin /usr/lib/deadbeef/dsp_libsrc.so
loading plugin /usr/lib/deadbeef/ffap.so
loading plugin /usr/lib/deadbeef/ffmpeg.so
loading plugin /usr/lib/deadbeef/flac.so
loading plugin /usr/lib/deadbeef/gme.so
loading plugin /usr/lib/deadbeef/hotkeys.so
loading plugin /usr/lib/deadbeef/lastfm.so
loading plugin /usr/lib/deadbeef/m3u.so
loading plugin /usr/lib/deadbeef/mms.so
loading plugin /usr/lib/deadbeef/mpgmad.so
loading plugin /usr/lib/deadbeef/musepack.so
loading plugin /usr/lib/deadbeef/notify.so
loading plugin /usr/lib/deadbeef/nullout.so
loading plugin /usr/lib/deadbeef/oss.so
loading plugin /usr/lib/deadbeef/pulse.so
loading plugin /usr/lib/deadbeef/shellexec.so
loading plugin /usr/lib/deadbeef/sid.so
loading plugin /usr/lib/deadbeef/sndfile.so
loading plugin /usr/lib/deadbeef/supereq.so
loading plugin /usr/lib/deadbeef/tta.so
loading plugin /usr/lib/deadbeef/vfs_curl.so
loading plugin /usr/lib/deadbeef/vfs_zip.so
loading plugin /usr/lib/deadbeef/vorbis.so
loading plugin /usr/lib/deadbeef/vtx.so
loading plugin /usr/lib/deadbeef/wavpack.so
loading plugin /usr/lib/deadbeef/wildmidi.so
checking GUI plugin: GTK2
found selected GUI plugin: GTK2
loading plugin /home/asusa8ne/.local/lib/deadbeef/ddb_gui_GTK2.so
trying /home/asusa8ne/.local/lib/deadbeef/ddb_gui_GTK2.fallback.so...
loading plugin /usr/lib/deadbeef/ddb_gui_GTK2.so
converter: failed to open file /home/asusa8ne/.config/deadbeef/presets/encoders/. for writing
converter: failed to open file /home/asusa8ne/.config/deadbeef/presets/encoders/.. for writing
libWildMidi(WM_BufferFile:639): ERROR Unable to stat /etc/timidity/freepats/freepats.cfg (No such file or directory)
gtkui plugin compiled for gtk version: 2.22.1
selected output plugin: ALSA output plugin
gtkui: found cover-art loader plugin
palsa_free

There's just a couple of errors, but it started as GUI.  Will have to try it out as I've never used it before.
Lisa Marie
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« Reply #2 on: November 01, 2011, 17:13:52 PM »

My Comment 26 Grin
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« Reply #3 on: November 01, 2011, 18:01:44 PM »

........ it started as GUI.
Otherwise I would not have added it to pardususer.de Wink
I do some testing before adding.
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« Reply #4 on: November 01, 2011, 18:28:47 PM »

Nice player!  It's playing my CD disc of MP3's at 16 bit audio by dragging and dropping it from Dolphin. 
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« Reply #5 on: November 02, 2011, 15:50:38 PM »

Comment 28 <<<  this version will also be offered as an update Wink
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« Reply #6 on: November 03, 2011, 22:46:35 PM »

Much appreciated, atolboo.   Smiley

I was curious what freepats was and downloaded freepats-20060219.tar.bz2 to my Downloads folder and unpacked it. I'm going to see if I can point timidity to this, though it does seem to be using shompatches.  Freepats is only bigger, offers more sounds.
I don't know if it was needed, but I enabled Timidity service in service manager and to start at start up, and also went to System Settings>File associations>adio>midi and added Deadbeef player to Application Preference.  

Code:
found selected GUI plugin: GTK2
loading plugin /home/asusa8ne/.local/lib/deadbeef/ddb_gui_GTK2.so
trying /home/asusa8ne/.local/lib/deadbeef/ddb_gui_GTK2.fallback.so...
loading plugin /usr/lib/deadbeef/ddb_gui_GTK2.so
libWildMidi(WM_BufferFile:639): ERROR Unable to stat /etc/timidity/freepats/freepats.cfg (No such file or directory)
gtkui plugin compiled for gtk version: 2.22.1
selected output plugin: ALSA output plugin
INFO: loading playlist Default
INFO: from file /home/asusa8ne/.config/deadbeef/playlists/0.dbpl
gtkui: found cover-art loader plugin
Thanks again for adding this player, yet another player for us Pardus folks.   Wink
Lisa Marie
Update on using freepats:
I  managed to get deadbeef to use freepats.  Now more error that it is looking for freepats.cfg file.  I Opened deadbeef player, Edit>Preferences>Plugins>WildMidiPlayer and highlighted it and clicked "configure" and selected the folder where I had unpacked the freepats file in my home/Downloads folder>OK.  It plays midis I found for free on internet.  It seems that timidity running as a service is not necessary to play midi files as I now have it stopped under Service Manager.
Lisa Marie
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