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|mserv|| local centralised multiuser music server|
|Installed size|| 324|
|Maintainer|| Nick Estes <email@example.com>|
|Depends|| adduser, debconf | debconf-2.0, libc6 (>= 2.3.6-6), perl|
|Suggests|| lm-sensors, mrtg|
|File name|| pool/main/m/mserv/mserv_0.35-6.3_i386.deb|
|Description|| Mserv is a music server designed to do a number of things better than most systems designed to play mp3s or oggs: . - Supports any type of client using standard TCP protocol - Stores information on mp3 (bitrate, duration, name, author, genre, date produced, last play date) in on-disk database. - Stores rating information supplied by the user (awful, bad, neutral, good, superb). - Has a comprehensive queuing system (track, album, random album, etc) - Random play chooses the songs that people currently on-line want to hear using their ratings of the songs. - Search facilities, status information, statistics, etc. - User management facilities, four levels of users, encrypted passwords. - Talker style communication (say, emote etc.) - Play, next, pause, stop, repeat, volume, bass, treble settings. - On-line and off-line track information editing. - Advanced filter facilities (e.g. 'john=superb', '!good', 'year>1990', 'duration<180', 'genre=pop', 'john=good|fred=unheard' etc.) - Built-in telnet client (see manual). - Library interface, no need to write TCP code. - Comes with command line shell program (in the mserv-client package) for interfacing and web client (in the mserv-cgi package) to this shell program for web-based control. - Uses an external player to output, and is known to support mpg321, mpg123, ogg123 and freeamp - this could be used to broadcast the output or support other players. - Comes with a setuid wrapper for mpg123-compatible players that can increase the nice level for low-capability processors. .