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DeaDBeeF 0.5.6 and 0.6.1 and 0.6.2
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OscarTalks

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PostPosted: Fri 07 Feb 2014, 11:46    Post subject:  

Version 0.6.1 has been released but it looks like the developer has added a couple of fixes afterwards and has released a static build numbered 0.6.1-3-i686

I have packaged this static version as a .pet in case anyone wants to try it in whatever (32 bit) Pup they are running. I did a quick test in Racy and Lucid and it seemed to be OK.

I tried compiling the 0.6.1 source code release tarball in Racy but got an error with ffmpeg.

For Slacko 5.6, Precise and Wheezy I downloaded the source from git (which hopefully includes the fixes after 0.6.1) and it compiled OK in those. I numbered those as 0.6.1.3 but they will show as "devel".

See first post

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bruno

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PostPosted: Fri 07 Feb 2014, 21:24    Post subject: static pet  

The static 0.6.1.3 pet works now on Dpup Exprimo 3.4.2.12 Smile
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charlie6


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PostPosted: Sat 08 Feb 2014, 14:31    Post subject: Deadbeef plugin for playing midi files ?  

Hi Oscartalks !
many thanks for compiling Deadbeef !
btw which plugins are used to compile them? does the midi plugin be present then ?
ps: i remember asking the same to forum member Pemasu; the one he had compiled for dpup exprimo could play midi files provided freepats beeing installed.
read http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?p=636508

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OscarTalks

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PostPosted: Sat 08 Feb 2014, 21:41    Post subject:  

Hello Charlie6,

The ones I compiled do not have the wildmidi plugin. I think it needs timidity which is not included in Puppy so it shows an error in console. For this reason I disable it so it is not built, but it is easy to compile with it included if you want, the default is "enabled" actually. I enabled all the plugins that work, even though some of them will probably never be needed. Only the ones like pulse and gtk3 are removed because Puppy does not need or use them

If you want to use the static package I just deleted that plugin so you could download the package and add that one wildmidi .so lib back into the directory and it would work.

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PostPosted: Sun 09 Feb 2014, 00:47    Post subject:  

Hi @OscarTalks.

Dont know if I'm accurate,but, isnt BarryK using GTK3 in his latest incarnations. If so, GTK3 in DeaDBeeF may be an attribute to consider in your next release.

Excellent addition to PUPs, by you with this. Thanks

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PostPosted: Wed 19 Feb 2014, 22:21    Post subject:  

This is my favorite audio player, it should be the default audio player in Puppy Linux.. it's just amazing Shocked Smile
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PostPosted: Thu 20 Feb 2014, 15:12    Post subject:  

I compiled DeaDBeeF 0.6.1 in Precise Puppy 5.7.1

PET: deadbeef-0.6.1-i686_precise.pet (2.2MB)

Missing deps in PP 5.7.1: deadbeef_deps-0.6.1-ubuntu_precise.pet (290kb)
(from ubuntu precise repo):
- libimlib (artwork.so)
- libwavpack (wavpack.so)
- libzip (vfs_zip.so)

To play MIDI files download freepats: http://freepats.zenvoid.org/
(--> freepats-20060219.tar.bz2 (25MB) <--)

Place it in /opt and extract

Download this midi file and click it: http://www.free-midi.org/midi1/q/queen-father_to_son.mid

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....I wrote a very *special* script for this, it can 'puppify' a deadbeef build (integrate it to rox, make it the default audio player and split it into 3 packages (optional))...

Example:

deadbeef_basic-0.6.1-i686_precise.pet (844kb)
deadbeef_extended-0.6.1-i686_precise.pet (320kb)
deadbeef_extra_codecs-0.6.1-i686_precise.pet (1.1MB)
deadbeef_build__fix-update_full.tar.gz
Description  special script to puppify deadbeef builds......
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PostPosted: Thu 20 Feb 2014, 17:26    Post subject:  

OscarTalks wrote:
Hello Charlie6,

The ones I compiled do not have the wildmidi plugin. I think it needs timidity which is not included in Puppy so it shows an error in console. For this reason I disable it so it is not built, but it is easy to compile with it included if you want, the default is "enabled" actually. I enabled all the plugins that work, even though some of them will probably never be needed. Only the ones like pulse and gtk3 are removed because Puppy does not need or use them

If you want to use the static package I just deleted that plugin so you could download the package and add that one wildmidi .so lib back into the directory and it would work.


Hi, guys.

There is a Timidity for Puppy here:
http://ftp.ussg.iu.edu/linux/puppylinux/pet_packages-3/timidity-2.13.0.pet

BFN.

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don570


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PostPosted: Thu 20 Feb 2014, 21:08    Post subject:  

There's a version of deadbeef 6 that runs on Racy.
.... and I tested it on the French versions Rolx and Wolx

http://dotpups.de/puppy5/racy/multimedia/
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PostPosted: Wed 17 Sep 2014, 05:39    Post subject: Re: DeaDBeeF 0.5.6 and 0.6.1
Subject description: Audio Player
 

OscarTalks wrote:
Version 0.6.1 was released and then the developer added some fixes.
The builds named as "0.6.1.3" are downloaded as source from git with (I believe) those fixes included.


Thank you for your hard work packaging this music player. The older versions of Deadbeef didn't include Hotkeys, and when they were first introduced they were Global only, and I found that to be almost useless. Local Hotkeys were then introduced and I think should be included in this version, but I can't see them in the preference menu.

The developer has a newer version out 0.6.2 and I tried their static package and the Local Hotkeys are present in preferences and work. The developer has made some good improvements with the creation and allocation of Hotkeys as well.
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PostPosted: Thu 18 Sep 2014, 10:38    Post subject:  

I have packaged deadbeef-static 0.6.2 for Puppy and uploaded it.
This is bigger than the specific builds from source but it is fully functional including such things as support for the OPUS codec. Seems to work in several Pups including Racy, Lucid, Wheezy and Slacko.

I removed the GTK3 plugins but left wildmidi in there in case people want to install it. It is the only plugin which gives an error but a plugin failing to load is not really a problem I don't think. Oh, I think the gme plugin gives a symbol error in Racy.

I also added 2 file associations for .m3u and .pls playlist files in /root/Choices/MIME-types. These are quite common with audio streams from Shoutcast/Winamp and IceCast and without them ROX just complains that it does not know what to do with such files.

I might do some builds from source in specific Pups later, but the problem is you have to do several of them. Even recent Slackos have different ffmpeg versions from each other.

http://smokey01.com/OscarTalks

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PostPosted: Mon 03 Nov 2014, 20:44    Post subject:  

HI, folks..

I'm new to using deadbeef... and while it's pretty good "out of the box", I'd like to install some of the plugins that are available for it... but I can't seem to get them to be recognized or work.

First, the environment: Puppy Linux Slacko v5.6.4, Linux kernel v3.4.52, using the static/portable build of deadbeef: deadbeef-static_0.6.2-2_i686.tar.bz2. PC uses Pentium Dual-COre E6500 @ 3 GHz, with 4MB RAM and NVIDIA GeForce 6200/PCI graphics, Western Digital and Seagate 500GB hard disks.

I have unpacked the .bz2 archive (with paths) so the deadbeef executable resides at: /usr/local/deadbeef-0.6.2/deadbeef. I also have a symbolic link from there into /usr/local/bin/deadbeef. There are also doc, locale, pixmaps and plugins directories under the .../deadbeef-0.6.2 directory.

Running deadbeef works Ok with no problems. However, getting any non-bundled plugins to work IS a problem.

Specifically, I'm trying to use the "File Browser" and "Musical Spectrum" plugins, as detailed on the web site at http://deadbeef.sourceforge.net/plugins.html.

Whether I use the archives directly linked from that web page OR I go to the authors' web sites and retrieve THEIR versions, whilst I can extract the *.so files, deadbeef appears to not see them, no matter where I place them.

For example, with the "Musical Spectrum" plugin, I've tried placing the "ddb_vis_musical_spectrum_GTK2.so" (and equivalent GTK3 file) into the following directories (in one directory only at a time), and at no time does the "Insert..." or "Replace with..." right-click items in "View > Design mode" ever include anything except the list of bundled plugins:-
Code:
/root/.local/lib/deadbeef

/usr/lib/deadbeef/

/usr/local/deadbeef-0.6.2/plugins/

/opt/deadbeef

I also have the same problem with the "File Browser" plugin, which I'd like to be able to use.

Perhaps I'm mis-understanding how to enable/use the plugin... or I'm looking for it in the wrong place?

NOTE: I've also tried using OscarTalks' "deadbeef-static-0.6.2-i686.pet" ...but it still doesn't seem to be "receptive" to using non-bundled plugins.

I would appreciate any suggestions you might have that will let me use these plugins.

Thanks.
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