What does /g/ linux users for their audio player?
>using the most bloated piece of steaming turd that is amarok
I bet most of the people who use mpd+nmcpccpcp only use it to listen to music while at home and don't use any other of it's features like being able to stream music to listen remotely or other things.
You just like to look like a leet hacker don't you?
>my opinion is objectively better than yours
tippy top lel
I dont get the appeal of mpd over other CLI programs. It doesnt have any useful plugins, despite it being a backend, it doesnt go over the network, and it still needs a front end. Why the bloat? It just plays music, it cant be the resources.
>everything is subjective and everyone gets a participation trophy
No faggot. You listen to shitty diatonic powermetal peddled by talentless hacks who can't even match their studio performance live.
>everything is subjective
>You listen to shitty diatonic powermetal peddled by talentless hacks
So? What if i like it?
Taste is inherently subjective.
Then again go tell that to /mu/...
it's pretty customizable too and it works more than fine on big libraries (mine is about 12k songs)
it has some features I consider useless (moodbars, kitten sounds, integration for last.fm and such) but eh, they're not in open view
now how can i change that background colour (yes, that brown one with its own logo)?
Guayadeque for awhile but lately I've been using mpd and trying various frontends.
Is there any way to reduce the lag when switching songs while streaming music from PC to phone? It sits there for several seconds buffering when I'd rather just have it start playing immediately.
You can begin with a simple design like this one
>mfw trying to get this shit running
Why don't they come with working configuration files in the correct directories?
Why does the Arch wiki have more helpful information than the maintainers websites?
The Arch wiki is one of the best tools for linux that has ever been created.
Mainainers are people who write the code and get it working, they assume that anyone who is looking at their site can also read their code and figure out what is going on.
Protip: learn to read code, there are some very interesting things that are only in source code.
So you believe it's better for the maintainer to expect every use to read (and more importantly, understand) the source code rather than to simply include working default configuration files in the installation script?
Use Amazon MP3. I have a hardon for Amazon, don't judge!