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aqualung-1.0 (Aug. '15) and aqualung-1.0.8 (Nov. '17)
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Pelo

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PostPosted: Fri 20 May 2016, 23:02    Post subject: Failure rate is to big with PPM tahrpup 64  

Lazy Puppy (it's hard for me not to say RSH) ok for downloading from Ubuntu repository.
However, and as you are a trusty tester of applications, i am this morning running Tahrpup 64 bits. All tries with PPM failed, libs are always missing.. I choose an easy one : portabase.. Freeze when you use it.
As i don't realize why to run music in 64bits, even hard-rock, i will definitely abandone Puppies 64 bits, 32 will sure looks as vintage, but Applications are available ( with rare exceptions).
Another try (last one) with aqualung. I will feed-back here within a few minutes.
aqualung_0.9|aqualung|0.9||Multimedia;mediaplayer|2058K|pool/universe/
Success ! Smile sometimes i am wrong in my opinions !

About aqualung, i find it nice too. But i decided to check all applications used in the past by music lovers around 2009 2010, and check if they were still serviceable, and if updates were available. Music lovers are still alive, but not in Puppy forum, because the forum has too much work issuing Puppies able to run newest technologies as 64 bits. (My laptop is 64 bits, until now i had only 32 bits apps to run. I was a desesperate housewife (man !)
Musher0 is sure a musher, but a disk-jockey too, with the newest versions of our prefered application. That is worth to be noticed. He is very usefull. A pity that he loses time with topless woof CE sirens ! There are better songs to listen ... With Aqualung !
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PostPosted: Tue 05 Jul 2016, 01:23    Post subject: Xeniapup 7.0.2 fails with aqualung (downloaded vicmz shop)  

"aqualung gets the best score in my casting february 2016, unfortunately aqualung seems not have been compiled for Tahrpup and Vivid pup.. Because lib MPEG are missing, bravo Exclamation les casseurs. L'absence de Mplayer condamne la totalité de lecteurs (jukeboxes) existants."
Xeniapup 7.0.2 fails with aqualung (downloaded from vicmz stores)

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PostPosted: Tue 12 Sep 2017, 06:32    Post subject: aqualung installed inn hungarian Puppy 5.7.1.  

aqualung installed in hungarian Puppy 5.7.1. I change skin to quirly060 theme to give some light in the dark desktop
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PostPosted: Sun 12 Nov 2017, 18:35    Post subject:  

Hiya, musher0.

To give you a break from Pelo's monologue ( Laughing Laughing ), thanks for this. I've only just discovered this tonight. Well, to be fair, I've noticed it in Puppy PPMs before now, but I'd always been a staunch Audacious user.....until it began to get more & more 'fussy' about what formats it would condescend to handle.

I'd found LXMusic for rerwin's Lucid; wonderful little player. Very similar to this. I've been in ETP's 'Chromebook Pup' all evening (it's based on Precise 5.7.1.....or, to be more accurate, vicmz's 571 w/Openbox - and thank you, vicmz, for mirroring these), and was playing around in the PPM to see what, if anything I could find. Still amazed to find the 'Precise' repos working with every passing day, given EOL was back in April..!

Tried Guayadeque (too complicated, by far!!), gMerlin (Python-based, but wouldn't work past a segmentation fault for a non-existent file it insisted it needed permissions correcting for.... (???); *scratches head*...huh?), and one or two others. Then I decided to try Aqualung. That's the one..! Perfect. Just like LXMusic, you can control it from the tray, across all worktops.....which is one of its neatest features, as far as I'm concerned. And, of course, most 5-series Pups and upwards don't need owt extra installed to run it.....do they?

EDIT:_ Just got this working nicely in Slacko 570, with the addition of two extra libs. libavformat.so.53 (which I got from 'Chromepup'; I've got 52, and also 55, for various things.....but not 53).....and librtmp.so.0 (which I borrowed from Racy 5.5). Nice one!

Cheers.


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PostPosted: Mon 13 Nov 2017, 04:22    Post subject:  

Hi mike have you tried Deadbeef?
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PostPosted: Mon 13 Nov 2017, 04:40    Post subject:  

Hi Robert123.

Twisted Evil
You have to make it into hamburger patties and cook them before you eat them. Laughing
DeadBeef tastes awful, raw. Wink

@Mike_Walsh.
Ah. Better late thanks than never thanks! My pleasure.

I'm not promosing anything, but I might re-visit aqualung.

A comment about importing new libs. Perhaps you could have gotten away with making
symlinks to the existing lib with the higher version number.

I saved nearly 4 Mg's in my recent mpv-0.27 sfs that way. Instead of providing the new
openssl it was asking for, I made symlinks to the openssl and crypto xenial had, and it
worked. Only works with close numbered versions.

BFN.

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PostPosted: Mon 13 Nov 2017, 07:03    Post subject:  

Hello Mike_Walsh and all.

Here, please find the latest aqualung. The package is divided in 3 archives:
exec, docs and locales. You only need to download and install the exec pet
archive to run the aqualung application in English and French.

These are the formats it can play, plus some other infos:
Quote:
Aqualung-1.0.8-gbeec3d9,
"gitted" and compiled on Nov. 13 2017 by musher0
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
Build type / target platform : release / linux-gnu

Optional features:
CDDA (Audio CD) support : yes (found)
CDDB support : yes (found)
Sample Rate Converter support : yes (found)
JACK port management support : yes
Loop playback support : yes
Systray support : yes
Podcast support : yes
Lua extension support : yes (found)

Decoding support:
sndfile (WAV, AIFF, AU, etc.) : yes (found)
Free Lossless Audio Codec (FLAC) : yes (found)
Ogg Vorbis : yes (found)
MPEG Audio (MPEG 1-2.5 Layer I-III) : yes (found)
MOD Audio (MOD, S3M, XM, IT, etc.) : yes (found)
Musepack : yes (found)
WavPack : yes (found)
LAVC (AC3, AAC, WavPack, WMA, etc.) : yes (found)

Encoding support:
sndfile (WAV) : yes (found)
Free Lossless Audio Codec (FLAC) : yes (found)
Ogg Vorbis : yes (found)
LAME (MP3) : yes (found)

Output driver support:
OSS Audio : yes (found)
ALSA Audio : yes (found)
JACK Audio Server : yes (found)
---------------------------------------------------------------------------

I added a *.desktop file (it did not have one), right-click access for the above
formats, plus the capacity to load entire music dirs in aqualung. I hope you will find
the latter handy.

It runs well on my xenialPup7. I'm listening to some music with this newly compiled
Aqualung now. There shouldn't be any snafu or problem, but please report any
that you may experience. TIA. I'll try to attend to it ASAP.

Please note that this Aqualung-1.0.8-gbeec3d9 will not run on Pups with a glibc
lesser than 2.23. For those Pups, one can use the earlier compilation presented
in the OP.

Conversely, it should run on Pups with a higher-numbered glibc version, such as
the numerous DPupStretch7's and peebee's ArtfulPup. I can test this package on
DPupStretch7, but reports of tests on other recent Puppies would be appreciated.

Enjoy!
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PostPosted: Mon 13 Nov 2017, 13:04    Post subject:  

Robert123 wrote:
Hi mike have you tried Deadbeef?


Well, I've been looking at it (never took much notice before, since I always installed Audacious from the repos), but.....Audacious refuses to play wma files. Indeed, if you try to load wma files, according to Audacious's link to the file manager, wma files don't even exist (apparently).

I have a lot of wma files.....which is why I'm giving Audacious the heave-ho.

I've now noticed Aqualung tends to crash a lot when I'm trying to load files.....any kind of files, in fact. DeaDBeef, on the other hand, seems pretty stable with this hardware of mine, so.....I don't quite know what I'm going to do. For two players that are both GTK-based, and seem to do essentially the same thing, Aqualung appears to have more in the way of dependencies, for some reason.

I think I'll experiment with DeaDBeef for a bit, before deciding one way or the other.


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PostPosted: Mon 13 Nov 2017, 13:44    Post subject:  

Morning Mike,

Yes you'll find that Deadbeef has static builds. Anyway enjoy playing around look forward to your further observations.

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PostPosted: Sat 18 Nov 2017, 18:37    Post subject:  

Hi guys.

Ahem. Everybody back on thread, please!!!... Wink

I managed to corral all the libraries needed to compile a LADSPA-enabled aqualung.
It was a challenge, but entirely worth it. Maybe it's in my head only, but the sound
conveyed by this LADSPA-enabled aqualung has more roundess to it and better
spatialization (almost synonym: 3-D stereo).

It's here : aqualung-171113_LADSPA.zip
http://www18.zippyshare.com/v/9KDenQw0/file.html
for the next month.

Contents:
Quote:
Archive: aqualung-171113_LADSPA.zip
Length Date Time Name
--------- ---------- ----- ----
0 2017-11-18 16:48 aqualung-171113_LADSPA/
0 2017-11-18 16:42 aqualung-171113_LADSPA/biblios-LADSPA-aqualung/
288698 2017-11-18 16:03 aqualung-171113_LADSPA/biblios-LADSPA-aqualung/libcurl4-gnutls-dev_7.47.0-1ubuntu2_i386.deb
146852 2017-11-18 16:10 aqualung-171113_LADSPA/biblios-LADSPA-aqualung/libraptor1_1.4.21-11_i386.deb
423776 2017-11-18 16:02 aqualung-171113_LADSPA/biblios-LADSPA-aqualung/libxslt1-dev_1.1.28-2.1_i386.deb
17650 2017-11-18 15:48 aqualung-171113_LADSPA/biblios-LADSPA-aqualung/liblrdf0-dev_0.4.0-7_i386.deb
60776 2017-11-18 15:07 aqualung-171113_LADSPA/biblios-LADSPA-aqualung/tap-plugins-1.0.0_lib.pet
803764 2017-11-18 16:02 aqualung-171113_LADSPA/biblios-LADSPA-aqualung/libxml2-dev_2.9.3+dfsg1-1_i386.deb
20610 2017-11-18 15:47 aqualung-171113_LADSPA/biblios-LADSPA-aqualung/liblrdf0_0.4.0-7_i386.deb
180284 2017-11-18 16:00 aqualung-171113_LADSPA/biblios-LADSPA-aqualung/libraptor1-dev_1.4.21-11_i386.deb
41186 2017-11-18 15:49 aqualung-171113_LADSPA/biblios-LADSPA-aqualung/ladspa-sdk_1.13-2_i386.deb
177504 2017-11-13 04:34 aqualung-171113_LADSPA/aqualung-171113_locales.pet
253944 2017-11-18 15:29 aqualung-171113_LADSPA/aqualung-171113_LADSPA_skins.pet
491748 2017-11-18 16:28 aqualung-171113_LADSPA/aqualung-171113_LADSPA.pet
255536 2017-11-13 04:35 aqualung-171113_LADSPA/aqualung-171113_docs.pet
--------- -------
3162328 15 files

Point zero: before you proceed, uninstall any previous version of aqualung.
Then unzip the file in a safe place;
install everything in the directory named "biblios-LADSPA-aqualung", with petget or
by double-clicking on the archives;
lastly, install aqualung-171113_LADSPA.pet. The aqualung executable is in this pet.

Installing the docs, locales and skins pets is optional.

About the aqualung skins: if your aqualung is set to "no-skin" in the preferences
panel, it will use your current GTK2 theme. This may be visually nicer than an actual
aqualung skin. (Or not.)

Reminder: this aqualung was compiled on xenialPup-7. Do not be surprised if it does
not work on other, especially older, Puppies.

Feedback welcome, in particular about the quality of sound LADSPA provides.

For those Linuxians who fell from the Moon yesterday evening and do not know,
"LADSPA" is the acronym for "Linux Audio Developer's Simple Plugin API". It is
used in professional sound studios, believe it or not.

Enjoy.
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