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RareWares Debian GNU/Linux Repository, Audio + Debian Geeks = Euphoria!!
xmixahlx
post Jun 12 2003, 21:36
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Introducing the RareWares Debian GNU/Linux Repository... Built against Debian Unstable (Sid) and loaded with goodies!

New software ALWAYS in the works, and suggestions are welcome.

The RareWares Debian GNU/Linux Repository homepage:
http://rarewares.org/debian.php

Sources are here:
http://xmixahlx.dyndns.org/debian/

Current packages listing is here (with versions):
http://rarewares.org/debian/packages/unstable/

Non-versioned package listing is here:
(and you can do the same with: "cat /var/lib/apt/lists/www.rarewares.org_debian_packages_unstable_._Packages |grep Package:" )

8hz-mp3
aacgain
abox
adobe-flash
affd
aften
alac-decoder
any2dvd
apetag
aucdtect
avi-ogm-info
bebocd
bewdy
bladeenc
bmp-mac
bmp-mp4
bmp-musepack
bmp-skin-debian
bmp-wma
bonk
cdspeed
chunky
combine-wave
cue2toc-perl
cuetools
dcadec
dedrms
dreamenc
dreamplay
dtscinfo
dtsdec
dvda-author
emelfm
emelfm2
encspot
fairkeys
fglrx-kernel-2.6.23-kamikaze5-x2-k8
flac-cvs
flake-enc
friedman
goggles
gogo-no-coda
gstreamer0.8-monkeysaudio
justeport
k3b
k3b-plugin-monkeysaudio
kasound
kavi2svcd
kexis
kmediafactory
ktag
ktorrent-svn
lame
lame-3.93
lame-3.93-extras
lame-3.95
lame-3.95-extras
lame-3.96
lame-3.96-extras
lame-3.97
lame-3.97-extras
lame-4.0a
lame-4.0a-extras
lame-cvs
lame-cvs-extras
lame-extras
lame-ha
lame-ha-extras
lamip
lamip-control-default
lamip-control-foobar
lamip-control-shell
lamip-control-systray
lamip-control-xosd
lamip-core
lamip-dsp-all
lamip-dsp-chanmap
lamip-dsp-replaygain
lamip-dsp-secretrabbitcode
lamip-input-ac3
lamip-input-alac
lamip-input-all
lamip-input-ape
lamip-input-cdaudio
lamip-input-cdda
lamip-input-dts
lamip-input-flac
lamip-input-mod
lamip-input-mp3
lamip-input-mp4
lamip-input-mpc
lamip-input-ogg
lamip-input-playlist
lamip-input-shorten
lamip-input-speex
lamip-input-vqf
lamip-input-wav
lamip-input-wavpack
lamip-output-alsa
lamip-output-jack
lamip-output-libao
lamip-output-oss
liba52-0.7.4
liba52-0.7.4-dev
libaften-dev
libdca-dev
libdts-dev
libflake-enc-dev
libflashsupport
libfreedb-ruby
libjdom-java-1.0b9
libk3b-dev
libk3b3
liblame-3.93-0
liblame-3.93-dev
liblame-3.95-0
liblame-3.95-dev
liblame-3.96-0
liblame-3.96-dev
liblame-3.97-0
liblame-3.97-dev
liblame-4.0a-0
liblame-4.0a-dev
liblame-cvs-dev
liblame-cvs0
liblame-dev
liblame-ha-dev
liblame-ha0
liblame0
libmaaate-dev
libmaaate1
libmac-dev
libmac2
libmodplug-dev
libmodplug0c2
libmpcdec-dev
libmpcdec3
libmpcdec5
libmpcdec6
libmpcdec6-dev
libopendaap-dev
libopendaap0
liboptimfrog
libplastic-java
libreplaygain-dev
libreplaygain1
librmff-dev
libtagz-dev
libtagz0
libtc-dev
libtc16
libtc2-1
libtc2-dev
libvc1-0
libvc1-dev
libvorbis-aotuv-0
libvorbis-aotuv-dev
libvorbis-gt3-0
libvorbis-gt3-dev
libvorbis-megamix-0
libvorbis-megamix-dev
libvorbis-mt-0
libvorbis-mt-dev
libvorbis-qkt-0
libvorbis-qkt-dev
libvorbis-svn-0
libvorbis-svn-dev
libvorbisenc-aotuv-2
libvorbisenc-gt3-2
libvorbisenc-megamix-2
libvorbisenc-mt-2
libvorbisenc-qkt-2
libvorbisenc-svn-2
libvorbisfile-aotuv-3
libvorbisfile-gt3-3
libvorbisfile-megamix-3
libvorbisfile-mt-3
libvorbisfile-qkt-3
libvorbisfile-svn-3
libwavpack-dev
libwavpack1
libxvidcore4
libxvidcore4-dev
linux-doc-2.6.23-kamikaze5-x2-k8
linux-headers-2.6.23-kamikaze5-x2-k8
linux-image-2.6.23-kamikaze5-x2-k8
linux-manual-2.6.23-kamikaze5-x2-k8
linux-source-2.6.23-kamikaze5-x2-k8
lossless-audio
lpac
m3u2toc
mg3-decoder
mg3-encoder
monkeys-audio
mp3guessenc
mp4als
mp4tools
mpa2wav
mpadec
musepack
musepack-decoder
musepack-encoder
musepack-replaygain
musicus
ncxmms
noisechain
nvidia-kernel-2.6.23-kamikaze5-x2-k8
nvidia-kernel-legacy-71xx-2.6.23-kamikaze5-x2-k8
nvidia-kernel-legacy-96xx-2.6.23-kamikaze5-x2-k8
oggenc-aotuv
oggenc-gt3
oggenc-megamix
oggenc-mt
oggenc-qkt
oggenc-svn
optimfrog
optimfrog-dualstream
optimfrog-ieeefloat
optimfrog-sfxdec
pdb2jpg
playbonk
podkey
postfish
rargui
rubyripper
shine
shntool
shorten
snd123
soundkonverter
split2000
sr-convert
ssrc
stream-transcoder
szip
tagdir
tc2-modules
toolame
ttaenc
tunesbrowser
uxcook
vobstripper
vobwalker
wav2lpcm
wavegain
wavpack
wma2wav
xcplay
xmms-a52dec
xmms-bonk
xmms-cdparanoia-plugin
xmms-cueinfo
xmms-dtsc
xmms-dvb
xmms-encode-lame
xmms-encode-vorbis
xmms-la
xmms-mac
xmms-meta-input
xmms-musepack
xmms-musepack-sv8
xmms-optimfrog
xmms-oss-surround
xmms-sexypsf
xmms-sexyspc
xmms-shn
xmms-tta
xmms-vqfplugin
xmms-wavpack


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post Jun 12 2003, 22:09
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Great. What about adding a lame 3.90.3 compile (+ modified version)?

Have you already registered the rep at apt-get.org?

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post Jun 12 2003, 23:45
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i already submitted the repository to apt-get.org. it'll be maybe a day before it is recognized.

UPDATE: i just compiled (finally) xmms-aacplugin and it is available at the server now.

lame is already packaged (albeit 3.93) by christian marillat, so i don't plan on packaging it, no


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post Jun 13 2003, 05:25
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I know marillat's xmms packages, but a compile of the stable HA.org approved 3.90.3 version would give me some peace of mind...

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post Jun 14 2003, 08:33
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Is there a command line player like mpg123/ogg123 for AAC as well ? Or is the only way the sending of the output stream of faad to the audio device ?


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post Jun 15 2003, 15:37
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lamip on sourceforge could play a command line files. take from cvs modules :
- lamip
- inputaac, inputmp3, inputogg
-outputoss

also it's a developpement version that i currently work on.. maybe it's will don't compile.. so if not be patient smile.gif
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post Jun 18 2003, 06:56
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UPDATE: LAMIP

ciberfred has been a busy bee, and much of lamip is ready to be tested.

the following packages are now available at the RareWares Repository:

lamip
lamip-dev
lamip-controldefault
lamip-inputmp4
lamip-inputogg
lamip-inputwav
lamip-outputoss

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post Jul 4 2003, 07:03
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UPDATE: FAAC, FAAD2, LAME

faac has been packaged for 1.18 (props go to knik, go to audiocoding.com for changes)

faad2 has been packaged more cleanly. if problems arise, install libfaad2-0 BEFORE libfaad2-dev

also, as requested (and for pleasure...) the recommended lame compile has been packaged and functioning quite remarkably (mp3rtp is absent from lame-extras, see source for an explanation).

although, due to a hairy dependency issue with christian marillat's packages that depend on lame 3.93, i've hacked my debian compile for 3.99.90.3 both in package version, and the ACTUAL BINARY will use 3.99.90.3. this seems crappy to me, but it is the best way i could derive -- especially when compiling your own software against lame (which some need >=3.92).

thoughts, recommendations, or blatant outrage is welcome - but if you offer no solution, (insert something duragatory here!)

also, the top post will be edited to reflect changes smile.gif


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post Jul 4 2003, 07:06
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Great news, Mike. Thanks a lot. smile.gif


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Shouldn't it be possible to compile/package lame 3.90.3 as ha-lame or something like that, so no compatibility issues arise (like not_lame does) and you can use both versions at the same time?

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post Jul 4 2003, 09:07
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this is a possibility - and one i considered (i originally packaged it as lame-ha 3.90.3, etc.)

however, the shit hits the fan when other programs want to use /usr/bin/lame, and you can't have two programs in the same binary wink.gif (packaging it as lame-ha just changes the package name, and that doesn't begin to touch on the problems).

other options are:

1. install 3.90.3 into /usr/local/...
2. rename the actual built files i.e. /usr/bin/lame-ha

option 1 is actually realistic, but then $PATH gets all screwed up and to envoke any one version would be absolute path nonsense.

i am content in my hackerdom, although it seems ugly - it is functional.

if someone actually encounters a problem (i haven't yet) then yes, things will need to be changed.


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post Jul 5 2003, 02:11
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UPDATE: LAMIP, XMMS-AACPLUGIN

lamip and all buildable software has been repackaged, new packages are:
. lamip-inputmp3
. lamip-inputaac

the xmms aacplugin now has a dynamic candidate. you will need libfaad2-0 (=1.1-0.0) to use this package (i.e. marillat's faad packages)
. xmms-aacplugin-shared

a static aacplugin (v0.4) is still in the works.


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post Jul 5 2003, 03:22
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QUOTE (xmixahlx @ Jul 4 2003, 12:07 AM)
however, the shit hits the fan when other programs want to use /usr/bin/lame, and you can't have two programs in the same binary wink.gif (packaging it as lame-ha just changes the package name, and that doesn't begin to touch on the problems).

Isn't this exactly what the Debian alternatives system was designed to address?

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Isn't this exactly what the Debian alternatives system was designed to address?


yes, but packaging lame as multiple versions (read alternatives, not different software, just juggling different versions of software) requires collaboration between me and christian marillat to achieve something, that frankly, doesn't seem all that beneficial to me at this point.


i have also considered packaging lame as alternative or even diversion. i haven't decided what is best yet, and honestly... i don't see why i would need both versions on my system (3.93 and 3.90.3). how i hacked 3.90.3 hasn't produced any problems yet. (although it is early to be confident). considering that lame is an "illegal" package is quite coincidentally gravy for me, as i really don't need to worry about it - other than it being functional.

however, if i (or someone else...) wants to upkeep a completely seperate software package (as would be the case, a la notlame) from 3.90.3 it would be understandable and implementable. if people like the idea of adopting a forked lame package that uses only patches from upstream to keep "lame-ha" at whatever the community supports, then this situation is different entirely. we sort of already do this, but rather subversively. i will see what i can do to make it work more cleanly.

...i am still working on it. and if i come up with a perfect (read=better) plan of attack i will implement it, and/or ask for advice on it.


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post Jul 5 2003, 11:34
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UPDATE: LAME-HA

ok, another bundle of lame packages to test! hooray!

packages are:
. lame-ha
. lame-dev-ha
. lame-extras-ha
. liblame0-ha

straight from the 3.90.3 sources (well, not really... plus some tinkering...) LAME-HA 3.90.3 is completely seperate from LAME 3.93 (or 3.99.90.3 or any other version, i.e. both can be installed, quite independent...).

packages are essentially:
/usr/bin/lame-ha
/usr/bin/mp3x-ha
/usr/lib/lame-ha/*
/usr/include/lame-ha/*

feedback on both lame offerings are VERY encouraged. even if you have something dumb to say, please PM me.


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post Jul 8 2003, 03:57
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UPDATE: FAAD2, XMMS-AACPLUGIN

new faad2 build (1.99.20030707). faad2 v2.0 is (most likely wink.gif ) less than 2 weeks away. after some brainstorming, ciberfred has merged his aacplugin into faad2 cvs and is supporting the new 2.0 API. for now, it is built with the faad2 cvs source tree.

the aacplugin is packaged as "xmms-aacplugin-cvs" and is dependent on these cvs builds of faad2 packages.(dynamic libraries)

after 2.0 is released, naming conventions of the xmms-aacplugin will go back to normal smile.gif and only a dynamic linked build will be offered. (unless objections...?)

read the rarewares-debian text file for updated info:
http://pessoal.onda.com.br/rjamorim/debian...arewares-debian

packages:
. faad2
. libfaad2-0
. libfaad2-dev
. xmms-aacplugin-cvs


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post Jul 31 2003, 08:21
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UPDATE: FAAC, FAAD2, LAMIP, LAMIP-INPUTMPC, XMMS-AACPLUGIN-CVS

new faac build from cvs (1.18.20030730). just fixes since 1.18 (and the last cvs snapshot)

new faad2 build (1.99.20030730). this build incorporates the newly released sbr code a la menno and his magic. my sources tell me that after testing, faad2 2.0 is close approaching... so test! (EDIT: and i now learn that this sourcetree was later deemed rc1)

lamip has had considerable progress. lamip-controldefault, the working ui at this point, has been revamped to actually support all the used-to-be inoperable features. repeat, open, playlist, add, remove, and id3tags all function. the more testers and people with simple yet operable ideas, the faster this is going to develop.

INTRODUCING LAMIP-INPUTMPC! i'm excited about this module/plugin. brand spankin new, and minimally functional.

XMMS-AACPLUGIN-CVS is severely broken at this point... if you are using these faad2 packages from cvs you might as well remove all aacplugins until a fix is available... work is being done hurriedly to fix it. in the meantime, the lamip aac plugin is working, so go get this from rarewares and/or sourceforge cvs!

packages:
faad2
libfaad2-0
libfaad2-dev
faac
libfaac0
libfaac0-dev
xmms-aacplugin-cvs
lamip
lamip-dev
lamip-controldefault
lamip-inputmpc
lamip-inputmp3

LAMIP SCREENSHOT:


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UPDATE: CUE2TOC, LIBAUDIO-WAV-PERL

http://www.hydrogenaudio.org/forums/index....showtopic=11842

for additional/new software i'll create a new thread and just ammend the top post regarding rarewares' debian gnu/linux repository for search/organization reasons smile.gif


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post Aug 14 2003, 21:37
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UPDATE: FAAD2, FAAC, LAMIP, LAMIP-INPUTWAV, LAMIP-OUTPUTALSA

new faad2 build, post 2.0rc1 with cvs changes ...xmms-aacplugin is still broken (and xmms-aacplugin-cvs removed until fixed)

new faac build, 1.19 beta with cvs changes

lamip repackaged to be more modular (does not use dependencies on other lamip packages anymore...) lamip-inputwav updated and NEW PACKAGE, LAMIP-OUTPUTALSA

NEWS: k3b from cvs (and alpha cdrtools packages) now supports windows format CUE/WAV combination, but cue2toc is still needed for other situations.


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UPDATE: LIBVORBIS, XMMS-MP4PLUGIN, XMMS-META-INPUT, FAAC, FAAD2

libvorbis 1.0.0+gt3b1 -- Garf's tuned vorbis libraries have been packaged.

xmms-mp4plugin 0.3-0test1 -- this is a plugin for testing, currently it is broken for aac input, but WILL decode sbr/he MP4 input files. (if you are wondering why it handles aac files... fred is going to be merging the mp4/aac plugins...)

the xmms-aacplugin is STILL BORKED.

xmms-meta-input is a clever little plugin that allows for simple shell scripts to be treated as input plugins. packaged with this is a MONKEY'S AUDIO PLAYBACK PLUGIN (shell script).

faac updated to 1.21.1 beta (plus cvs to 20030910)

faad2 updated to 2.0.0rc1 (plus cvs to 20030901)


more to come... soon (lamip, xmms/aac plugins)
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UPDATE: ABCHR-JAVA, FAAC, MONKEYS-AUDIO, MP3GUESSENC, MUSEPACK-ENCODER, MUSEPACK-DECODER, SSRC

java port of ff123's abchr

faac updated to latest cvs (20030929)

monkey's audio version 3.96b8 "port" graciously done by frank klemm

shibatch's mp3guessenc and ssrc

musepack encoder and decoder (the pre-SV8 1.95z67)


always rebuilt and configured for an up-to-date debian sid system.
for more information visit the debian realm at rarewares: http://rarewares.hydrogenaudio.org/debian.html


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UPDATES:

FAAC - 1.21.2 ~cvs new build
FAAD2 - 2.0.0rc1 ~cvs new build
* built against libmp4v2 and libmpeg4ip
LAMIP - 0.0.1+cvs20031014, (merged lamip-dev into lamip, you may have to manually remove lamip-dev):
* lamip
* lamip-controldefault
* lamip-inputmp4 (lamip-inputaac will be obsolete as inputmp4 becomes stable)
* lamip-inputwav
* lamip-inputogg
* lamip-outputalsa
ABCHR-JAVA - updated to 0.2
SSRC - fixed minor errors in packaging, added ssrc_hp


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UPDATES:

New Packages:
* lame-cvs (i.e. 3.94.16+cvs) & a list of packages: lame-cvs lame-cvs-dev lame-cvs-extras liblame-cvs0
* xmms-cueinfo

Updated Packages:

* libvorbis integrated with GT3b2, (e.g. version 1.0.1+gt3b2)
* lame-ha & lame upgraded to 3.90.3 +modifications (i.e. upstream backports)
* lame is no longer "hacked" to produce 3.99.90.3 version info, only 3.99.90.3 for debian package (if any problems arise, i will re-implement)
* lame-ha changes in packaging. this must be given explicit install (e.g. apt-get install lame-ha*)
* faac - version 1.23.3+cvs
* faad - version 2.0.0rc3+cvs
* lamip - version 0.0.1.20031126

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UPDATES:

New Packages:
*lamip: NOTE: please uninstall lamip (lamip*) before upgrading
lamip (now a meta-package for all lamip plugins)
lamip-core
lamip-input-* / lamip-output-* lamip-control-* (repackaged lamip for better future management)

Updated Packages:
*libvorbis - 1.0.1+gt3b2+20031215 (john33's new fixes for the day smile.gif )
*faac - 1.23.4+cvs20031215.05
*faad - 2.0.0rc3+cvs20031215.13
*lamip - 0.0.1+20031213

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UPDATES:

faac - 1.23.5+cvs20031222.22
lame-cvs - 3.95.1+20031222.22

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