mserv - Local centralised music server environment

Property Value
Distribution NetBSD 8.0
Repository NetBSD amd64
Package filename mserv-0.35nb20.tgz
Package name mserv
Package version 0.35nb20
Package release -
Package architecture amd64
Package type tgz
Category audio
Homepage -
License original-bsd
Maintainer -
Download size 72.32 KB
Installed size 205.03 KB
The main purpose of Mserv is to play songs that those in the room want
to hear. It works by each user rating the songs they hear - at the
moment this means they type rate good via telnet or click GOOD via web,
but hopefully there will be Windows/X clients available soon. Mserv
uses the ratings, the date the song was last played, the filter
settings and who is currently logged in. It then compiles a 'top' list
of songs that are most likely to be played.


Package Version Architecture Repository
mserv-0.39anb9.tgz 0.39anb9 i386 NetBSD
mserv-0.39anb9.tgz 0.39anb9 amd64 NetBSD
mserv-0.35nb20.tgz 0.35nb20 i386 NetBSD
mserv - - -


Name Value
libogg >= 1.1.2nb1
libvorbis >= 1.1.0nb1
perl >= 5.0


Type URL
Binary Package mserv-0.35nb20.tgz
Source Package mserv

Install Howto

Install mserv tgz package:

# pkg_add mserv



See Also

Package Description
mserv-php-0.90nb1.tgz Quick web interface to mserv audio jukebox
msgpack-3.1.1.tgz Binary-based efficient object serialization library
msmtp-1.8.4.tgz SMTP plugin for MUAs
mstream-1.3nb6.tgz Mserv player package to queue tracks to IceS
msu-1.09.tgz Mini passwordless su
msudir-0.15.tgz Easy setuid script management
msynctool-0.22nb23.tgz Command line tool for opensync framework
mt-daapd- Server for DAAP (iTunes)
mtail-1.1.1nb5.tgz Small tail workalike that performs output coloring
mtftpd-20080229.tgz Open-loop multicast TFTP server
mtl- Matrix Template Library
mtools-4.0.18.tgz FAT (MS-DOS, Atari) disk access tools
mtoolsfm-1.9.3nb6.tgz Easy MS-DOS disk access without learning MS-DOS commands
mtr-0.92nb5.tgz Traceroute and ping in a single graphical network diagnostic tool
mtree-20130908.tgz Utility for mapping and checking directory hierarchies