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Running Foobar in Linux, Alien Cats crossbreeding with Penguins
Yotsuya
post May 17 2007, 13:38
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I have had several people ask me about making foobar work under linux. There are several threads mentioning it is possible however it is hard to find much detail about it. I have foobar running rather stable on my linux box and have created this thread in an attempt to provide a central place for questions and answers for running foobar under linux. Peter has indicated he will not develop a linux version of foobar so I thought it would be proper to keep these sorts of questions out of the main threads. I intend to update this post and polish these instructions as discussion reveals more information. I have pieced this together from various other sources and applied them to my own configuration. If you have a better approach to running foobar under linux please share with the rest of us.

* Wujek_Bogdan has provided instructions in Polish, you can find them here.

Installation

I. Wine
- You will need a working linux box with wine. Under Ubuntu you can use the command:
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sudo apt-get install wine
- If you intend to use multilingual support, I suggest winelocale.
- This tutorial assumes you have a wine drive z: mapped to your filesystem root "/" directory. This is the default setup with most wine installs.
- Be sure to configure wine as a Windows XP or newer machine, foobar does not support older OSs such as Win95 or Win2k. Also be sure to install windows fonts so everything looks pretty. To do this with winetricks:
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sh winetricks winxp allfonts
- To correct audio stuttering problems during CPU spikes, set wine audio acceleration to "Emulation" instead of "Full". From the Wine Application DB entry for foobar2000:
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The beta version of foobar2000 uses Directsound by default, which can cause some problems when playing music. In order to get the program to play music properly, you must set the Hardware Acceleration to emulate Directsound. Go to a terimal and type in "winecfg". A window will open with options for you to modify. Click on the Audio tab, and then look for "Hardware Acceleration". It is currently on "Full". Click on it, and you will have a list of options. Click on "Emulation", and then click on "Apply". foobar2000 should now be able to play music. Note that this will make foobar2000 version 0.8.3 give out an error when you try to play an audio file. Just change it back to "Full" in winecfg when you're done using foobar2000 version 0.9 beta.

II. Foobar2000
* If you have an existing copy of foobar, copy your old foobar2000 folder to ~/.foobar2000 and skip this section.

- Download the foobar installer from the main foobar homepage.
- Run the foobar installer with wine:
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wine foobar2000_0.9.6.3.exe
- Use the "Portable installation" Type to avoid mucking about with user profiles.
- Install to the location z:\home\YOURNAME\.foobar2000\ which translates through wine as ~/.foobar2000
  • DO NOT install "Audio CD support", wine does not currently support direct access to optical drives.
III. Shell Script
- Let's build a shell script to execute foobar like a normal Linux program
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gksudo gedit /usr/bin/foobar2000
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#!/bin/sh
cd ~/.foobar2000/
if [ "$1" != "" ]; then
filename=`echo z:$1 | sed 's/\\//\\\\/g'`
wine foobar2000.exe "$filename" &
else
wine foobar2000.exe &
fi
* If you are using winelocale, replace "wine" with "wineloc -l ja_JP" or something similar for your region.

- Close gedit and save the file.
- Make the file executable with the following command:
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sudo chmod +x /usr/bin/foobar2000



IV. Application Package
- Pick an icon for foobar, I rather like this one by Byan. Save it as /usr/share/icons/foobar2000.png
- Let's build a .desktop application package so we can launch foobar from the gnome main menu
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gksudo gedit /usr/share/applications/foobar2000.desktop
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[Desktop Entry]
Type=Application
Name=foobar2000
GenericName=Plays Music
Version=1.0
Encoding=UTF-8
Terminal=false
Exec=/usr/bin/foobar2000
Comment=Plays Music
Icon=foobar2000.png
Categories=GNOME;GTK;AudioVideo;Audio;Player;
- Close gedit and save the file.

Components
Not all components work well with wine, here is a list of some components with special requirements:Keyboard Shortcuts:
By default, wine should allow foobar to map multimedia keys if they are not already mapped by something else however these bindings will not be global (you cannot change songs when using a different program). To globally control foobar with your multimedia keys you may want to read through this post over on the ubuntu forums. To summarize:

- Press Alt+F2 to open a Run Configuration window.
- Enter "gconf-editor" in the box and either press <Enter> or click [Run]
- This should open the Gnome Configuration Editor.
- In the left pane navigate to /apps/metacity/keybinding_commands and define the following keys:
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command_1 - wine ~/.foobar2000/foobar2000.exe /playpause
command_2 - wine ~/.foobar2000/foobar2000.exe /stop
command_3 - wine ~/.foobar2000/foobar2000.exe /next
command_4 - wine ~/.foobar2000/foobar2000.exe /prev
- In the left pane navigate to /apps/metacity/global_keybindings and define the following keys:
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run_command_1 - XF86AudioPause
run_command_2 - XF86AudioStop
run_command_3 - XF86AudioNext
run_command_4 - XF86AudioPrev

Announcing Now Playing Information:
Many people like to announce what they are currently playing in foobar to other programs such as IRC or an Instant Meesenger. Most of the popular solutions do not translate well outside of wine. However I discovered foo_np_simple which basically dumps titleformatted text into an external plain text file that can then be processed by your external program (cat ~/.foobar2000/now_playing.txt). I have considered trying to mirror a nowplaying info file from another player such as quodlibet and then create an xchat perl script to parse the information nicely but I think that goes beyond the scope of this topic.

Other Comments:
- Wine tray icons are a bit buggy with both gnome and kde, To Avoid problems you may want to prevent foobar from minimizing to it in your Columns/Panels config.
- These instructions are written for a gnome environment. For KDE users replace "gksudo" with "kdesu" and "gedit" with "kate".

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post May 18 2007, 06:14
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Nice smile.gif should be in the wiki wink.gif


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post May 18 2007, 13:45
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It seems you can read my thoughts smile.gif Thanks for this kind of tutorial

@ProjectM Has this something to do with opengl and Linux
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post May 18 2007, 16:57
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I'll try it when I'm home. How is performance overall under wine? Would you recommand doing cpu & i/o -intensive tasks (replaygain, masstagger) with foobar on linux?

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post May 18 2007, 17:43
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Do newer Wine versions fix the problem, that playback of audio starts to stutter when the CPU load caused by other applications is increased ? That problem has made foobar unusable for me, at least the playback functions - I only use it to replaygain and move files around with the masstagger.
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post May 18 2007, 21:25
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QUOTE (hotzenpl0tz @ May 18 2007, 18:43) *
Do newer Wine versions fix the problem, that playback of audio starts to stutter when the CPU load caused by other applications is increased ? That problem has made foobar unusable for me, at least the playback functions - I only use it to replaygain and move files around with the masstagger.


When I tried a few month ago , the problem you describe (audio stuttering on CPU load) made it unusable for me,even if the rest was working.
It's also annoying foo_ui_columns do not work due to a bug / unimplemented stuff in wine. This should be fixed in wine and to my knowledge it's not, even If i've seen (but not tested) an older pacth which was more a workaround than a real fix.

Next i'm going to try with wine configured to use JACK for audio to see if i can fix the stuttering.

If anybody have foo_ui_column running, I'd like to know

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post May 19 2007, 18:00
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nice... although i love MPD+Client, i really miss a good tagger/renamer on linux.
and foobar's "one line per input" method of tagging tracks is unbeatable for me.

so until someone is willing to advance exfalso (which in my opinion is linux's best tagging software), i will stick to wine+foobar for tagging.
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post May 19 2007, 19:30
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More good news:

Starting with wine 0.9.36 (possibly 0.9.35), foo_ui_column work finally (before it was crashing foobar) !! That's great news to me as it allows me to use my windows fb2k config. An important thing to know is that in foo_uie_column layout config you have to double right click to see the contextual menu appear to add splitters/panel etc.
I was able to make foo_uie_albumart work flawlessly after copying some DLL into foobar's directory:
gdiplus.dll libpng13.dll zlib1.dll. If you miss some dll you probably can find it on http://www.dll-files.com
foo_playlist_tree works great too, it's a central piece of my setup.
Even the icon in the systray works.

Now about audio stuttering. I'm using a creative Audigy 2 ZS Notebook (PCMCIA) and I reduced stuttering considerably using JACK in realtime mode as the wine audio driver which in turn use ALSA. Using anything else stutters audio as soon as you do basic operation in other programs. Even using JACK, it stutters easily but it's kind of supportable but still annoying. I also had with this card to set audio to 48Khz / 16 bit in winecfg audio tab and use the PPHS resampler in fb2k with the same sample rate, else I would get distorted sound. I think audio stuttering do not affect all cards.
Anyway some work will be done this summer in Google Summer of code program to make audio suck less:
http://www.winehq.org/pipermail/wine-devel...rch/054931.html


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post May 19 2007, 22:19
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What kind of hardware acceleration do you use in Winecfg Bubbleguuum?
Also I can't save any changes in foobar, wine starts moaning about rights even though anyone should be able to edit any file in the foobar installation dir.
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QUOTE (MC Escher @ May 19 2007, 23:19) *
What kind of hardware acceleration do you use in Winecfg Bubbleguuum?


I put emulation to "full" but also tried with "standard" and that didn't change anything.
I put the sample rate to 48Khz / 16 bit , using the same settings for the PPHS resampler.
Also tried checking driver emulation but that did'nt change anything.
What specific problem do you have ?

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Also I can't save any changes in foobar, wine starts moaning about rights even though anyone should be able to edit any file in the foobar installation dir.


You're not running an installed foobar from a windows partition ? It can be problematic and best way to experiment is to install foobar with wine.
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post May 20 2007, 13:19
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I am running wine 0.9.37 and also experience sound choppiness when another application causes a cpu spike. I have been playing around with various options and seem to get the best performance with ALSA+OSS @ 16bit 44.1Khz and full hardware acceleration.

I played around with JACK but did not have much success at all. I think this is due to some unresolved issues with the wave mixer on my setup.
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fixme:wave:ALSA_AddCaptureDevice Add support for DSCapture
ALSA lib pcm_mmap.c:369:(snd_pcm_mmap) mmap failed: Invalid argument
fixme:mixer:ALSA_MixerInit No master control found, disabling mixer

I've done a lot of searching on the topic but from what I have read there are some major changes to ALSA planned soon.

BTW Gnome's Alt+Leftclick to drag a window works great for borderless panelsui configs.


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QUOTE (bubbleguuum @ May 19 2007, 14:11) *
What specific problem do you have ?
You're not running an installed foobar from a windows partition ? It can be problematic and best way to experiment is to install foobar with wine.

The problem is, as with most people, skipping sound. I've copied a foobar installation from my Windows partition as advised, and removed most components I had there. I've had Foobar installed with WINE earlier, without extra problems, so maybe I should try that again.
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hi there,
great tut smile.gif

at the moment the only thing wich is stoping me to switch to linux (i never used linux before, but i'm heavly interested), is the fact that i can't use the Discogs Plugin from bubbleguuum. well that's what i think. can someone tell me if it's possible to get this plugin under ubuntu with wine to run? i know... what the hell. it's just one plugin! yeah but i've organizied all my sound-managing related stuff on this wink.gif


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QUOTE (arT2 @ May 27 2007, 12:11) *
hi there,
great tut smile.gif

at the moment the only thing wich is stoping me to switch to linux (i never used linux before, but i'm heavly interested), is the fact that i can't use the Discogs Plugin from bubbleguuum. well that's what i think. can someone tell me if it's possible to get this plugin under ubuntu with wine to run? i know... what the hell. it's just one plugin! yeah but i've organizied all my sound-managing related stuff on this wink.gif


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The plugin works very well once you get foobar running under wine, I tested it. You'll only need to copy gdiplus.dll from a windows install into your foobar directory.

The only big pbm at the moment is stuterring when playing audio, I hope it'll improve after this summer because some work on audio is going to happen in wine.

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cool, thank you for this nice piece of information!
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post May 28 2007, 23:39
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Foobar works nice (even with ColumnsUI), but sound stops for a while, when i try to do basic operations (exploring hard drive, opening foobar preferences, clicking on database browser, etc)
it happens even on fresh installed foobar (without plugins)
my soundcard: audigy 2 platinum
i tried all outputs (oss, alsa, JACK), and all winecfg sound preferences.

//sory for my english, im polish
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post May 30 2007, 02:49
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Very nice guide. Now I can finally run foobar as a command instead of a desktop icon/shortcut-thingy.

The one thing I noticed to fix the skipping sound problem is to set the foobar option: core: "Process priority" to "Real Time" instead of the default "normal". My philosophy on this was, since it's not windows, why bother keeping a low priority level.
For me, that fixed the sound skipping problem when the CPU is busy.

I also played with renice (linux's own process priority) on wine and foobar. That didn't seem to have much of an effect on the pauses.

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THX. I'll check it. i also tried running foobar with nice, but it didn't help.

i have translated this howto into polish ..:: click ::.. :]

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Hi Old to foobar2000 but new to linux (ubuntu)--just installed it three days ago, and now I'm trying to get foobar up and running...it seems to work with default ui, but when I try to use columns--not gonna even try panels yet--it crashes...Am I missing some .dll's?

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Illegal operation:
Code: 80000100h, flags: 00000001h, address: 7B842690h
Call path:
entry=>app_mainloop
This is the first crash logged by this instance.
Code bytes (7B842690h):
7B842650h: 04 89 44 24 0C 8D 83 98 50 FF FF 89 44 24 08 89
7B842660h: 14 24 E8 91 38 FD FF 89 C6 E9 CD FD FF FF 8D 83
7B842670h: 79 4F FF FF E9 44 FE FF FF 89 4C 24 10 8B 42 14
7B842680h: 89 44 24 0C 8D 83 E0 50 FF FF E9 A3 FE FF FF 90
7B842690h: 55 89 E5 53 83 EC 64 8B 45 08 E8 28 3A FD FF 81
7B8426A0h: C3 69 B2 06 00 8B 55 10 8B 4D 14 C7 45 B4 00 00
7B8426B0h: 00 00 89 45 AC 8B 45 0C 83 E0 01 85 D2 89 45 B0
7B8426C0h: 8B 83 7C FF FF FF 89 45 B8 74 2B 85 C9 74 27 83
Stack (0033F400h):
0033F3E0h: 7ED7EB9C 0033F404 7ED4FB95 0033F464
0033F3F0h: 7BC30356 7B82DD89 7B842708 0033F410
0033F400h: 0033F488 00000008 7ED56A58 00010020
0033F410h: 80000100 00000001 00000000 7B842690
0033F420h: 00000002 7ED62CE0 7ED62E32 00040080
0033F430h: 03E60190 00000010 0033F478 7ED5FAD3
0033F440h: 00040080 00000020 7BC3687E 020A0001
0033F450h: 0033F46C 03D90000 7BC29BA1 7ED7EB9C
0033F460h: 7ED7EB9C 0033F494 7ED62C51 80000100
0033F470h: 00000001 00000002 0033F488 00110020
0033F480h: 0000000C 00000000 7ED62CE0 7ED62E32
0033F490h: 0003007A 0033F4E0 7ECC024B 7ED62CE0
0033F4A0h: 7ED62E32 0033F4C4 018D499E 0003007A
0033F4B0h: 00000269 00000103 7ED504D0 0033F95C
0033F4C0h: 00000000 0033F4E4 7ED56BD4 00000000
0033F4D0h: 0003007A 0033F500 00000001 0033F95C
0033F4E0h: 0033F508 018F4F68 0003007A 00000269
0033F4F0h: 00000103 00000001 018F4E22 7ED7EB9C
0033F500h: 00000269 00000103 0033F5E8 7ED0947A
0033F510h: 00000000 00000001 0033F95C 00000001
Registers:
EAX: 7B82DD89, EBX: 7B8AD908, ECX: 00000000, EDX: 0033F95C
ESI: 0033F95C, EDI: 7ED504D0, EBP: 0033F464, ESP: 0033F400
Crash location: "kernel32", loaded at 7B820000h - 7B926000h
Symbol: "RaiseException" (+00000000h)

Loaded modules:
psapi loaded at 7D410000h - 7D41C000h
dbghelp loaded at 7D430000h - 7D465000h
imagehlp loaded at 7D470000h - 7D47C000h
dciman32 loaded at 7D480000h - 7D491000h
msimg32 loaded at 7D4C0000h - 7D4D1000h
foo_uie_albumart loaded at 02470000h - 024AC000h
foo_dsp_std loaded at 02310000h - 02351000h
oleaut32 loaded at 7D6D0000h - 7D751000h
foo_albumlist loaded at 021B0000h - 021F7000h
gdiplus loaded at 70D00000h - 70E91000h
foo_ui_panels loaded at 01EB0000h - 01F8E000h
foo_converter loaded at 01D30000h - 01D99000h
foo_cdda loaded at 01BE0000h - 01C16000h
foo_uie_quicksearch loaded at 01A80000h - 01AC7000h
foo_ui_columns loaded at 018D0000h - 01967000h
foo_uie_explorer loaded at 01780000h - 017BC000h
foo_browser loaded at 01630000h - 0166A000h
foo_uie_albumlist loaded at 014E0000h - 0151D000h
foo_cwb_hooks loaded at 01390000h - 013C5000h
foo_uie_playlists_dropdown loaded at 01240000h - 0127A000h
foo_input_std loaded at 01010000h - 01124000h
ws2_32 loaded at 7D870000h - 7D88F000h
foo_sic loaded at 00EA0000h - 00EF9000h
foo_playcount loaded at 00D60000h - 00D88000h
foo_utils loaded at 00C10000h - 00C48000h
foo_trackpos loaded at 003C0000h - 003DF000h
foo_ui_std loaded at 00990000h - 009E7000h
foo_playlist_manager loaded at 00830000h - 00874000h
foo_rgscan loaded at 00370000h - 003B8000h
uxtheme loaded at 7DA10000h - 7DA32000h
imm32 loaded at 7DA50000h - 7DA5F000h
winex11 loaded at 7E580000h - 7E5FA000h
winspool loaded at 7E760000h - 7E786000h
comdlg32 loaded at 7E790000h - 7E826000h
shared loaded at 10000000h - 10029000h
shell32 loaded at 7E840000h - 7E91B000h
iphlpapi loaded at 7E940000h - 7E94C000h
rpcrt4 loaded at 7E960000h - 7E9A1000h
ole32 loaded at 7E9B0000h - 7EA3B000h
shlwapi loaded at 7EA50000h - 7EA94000h
advapi32 loaded at 7EAA0000h - 7EADA000h
gdi32 loaded at 7EBF0000h - 7EC98000h
user32 loaded at 7ECB0000h - 7EDD4000h
comctl32 loaded at 7EDE0000h - 7EE90000h
kernel32 loaded at 7B820000h - 7B926000h
ntdll loaded at 7BC10000h - 7BC97000h
foobar2000 loaded at 00400000h - 004F3000h

Stack dump analysis:
Address: 7ED56A58h, location: "user32", loaded at 7ECB0000h - 7EDD4000h
Address: 7B842690h, location: "kernel32", loaded at 7B820000h - 7B926000h
Symbol: "RaiseException" (+00000000h)
Address: 7ED62CE0h, location: "user32", loaded at 7ECB0000h - 7EDD4000h
Address: 7ED62E32h, location: "user32", loaded at 7ECB0000h - 7EDD4000h
Address: 7ED5FAD3h, location: "user32", loaded at 7ECB0000h - 7EDD4000h
Symbol: "CallWindowProcW" (+00000053h)
Address: 7BC3687Eh, location: "ntdll", loaded at 7BC10000h - 7BC97000h
Address: 7BC29BA1h, location: "ntdll", loaded at 7BC10000h - 7BC97000h
Symbol: "RtlEnterCriticalSection" (+00000011h)
Address: 7ED7EB9Ch, location: "user32", loaded at 7ECB0000h - 7EDD4000h
Address: 7ED7EB9Ch, location: "user32", loaded at 7ECB0000h - 7EDD4000h
Address: 7ED62C51h, location: "user32", loaded at 7ECB0000h - 7EDD4000h
Address: 7ED62CE0h, location: "user32", loaded at 7ECB0000h - 7EDD4000h
Address: 7ED62E32h, location: "user32", loaded at 7ECB0000h - 7EDD4000h
Address: 7ECC024Bh, location: "user32", loaded at 7ECB0000h - 7EDD4000h
Address: 7ED62CE0h, location: "user32", loaded at 7ECB0000h - 7EDD4000h
Address: 7ED62E32h, location: "user32", loaded at 7ECB0000h - 7EDD4000h
Address: 018D499Eh, location: "foo_ui_columns", loaded at 018D0000h - 01967000h
Address: 7ED504D0h, location: "user32", loaded at 7ECB0000h - 7EDD4000h
Symbol: "IsChild" (+00000000h)
Address: 7ED56BD4h, location: "user32", loaded at 7ECB0000h - 7EDD4000h
Symbol: "ScreenToClient" (+00000034h)
Address: 018F4F68h, location: "foo_ui_columns", loaded at 018D0000h - 01967000h
Address: 018F4E22h, location: "foo_ui_columns", loaded at 018D0000h - 01967000h
Address: 7ED7EB9Ch, location: "user32", loaded at 7ECB0000h - 7EDD4000h
Address: 7ED0947Ah, location: "user32", loaded at 7ECB0000h - 7EDD4000h
Address: 7ED2B1B0h, location: "user32", loaded at 7ECB0000h - 7EDD4000h
Symbol: "SendMessageW" (+00000050h)
Address: 018F4E22h, location: "foo_ui_columns", loaded at 018D0000h - 01967000h
Address: 7ED4FF22h, location: "user32", loaded at 7ECB0000h - 7EDD4000h
Symbol: "WIN_IsCurrentThread" (+00000052h)
Address: 7ED7EB9Ch, location: "user32", loaded at 7ECB0000h - 7EDD4000h
Address: 7ED7EB9Ch, location: "user32", loaded at 7ECB0000h - 7EDD4000h
Address: 7ED2D55Ah, location: "user32", loaded at 7ECB0000h - 7EDD4000h
Address: 7B88967Fh, location: "kernel32", loaded at 7B820000h - 7B926000h
Symbol: "_CheckNotSysLevel" (+0000000Fh)
Address: 7ED7EB9Ch, location: "user32", loaded at 7ECB0000h - 7EDD4000h
Address: 7ED4792Ch, location: "user32", loaded at 7ECB0000h - 7EDD4000h
Symbol: "GetSystemMetrics" (+0000007Ch)
Address: 7ED7EB9Ch, location: "user32", loaded at 7ECB0000h - 7EDD4000h
Address: 7ED7EB9Ch, location: "user32", loaded at 7ECB0000h - 7EDD4000h
Address: 7ED0A204h, location: "user32", loaded at 7ECB0000h - 7EDD4000h
Symbol: "HOOK_CallHooks" (+00000164h)
Address: 018F4E22h, location: "foo_ui_columns", loaded at 018D0000h - 01967000h
Address: 7E5F0FE4h, location: "winex11", loaded at 7E580000h - 7E5FA000h
Address: 7ED7EB9Ch, location: "user32", loaded at 7ECB0000h - 7EDD4000h
Address: 7ED2835Bh, location: "user32", loaded at 7ECB0000h - 7EDD4000h
Address: B7E83451h, location: "libpthread.so.0", loaded at B7E7C000h - B7E93000h
Symbol: "pthread_mutex_lock" (+00000011h)
Address: B7E83451h, location: "libpthread.so.0", loaded at B7E7C000h - B7E93000h
Symbol: "pthread_mutex_lock" (+00000011h)
Address: 7BC29BA1h, location: "ntdll", loaded at 7BC10000h - 7BC97000h
Symbol: "RtlEnterCriticalSection" (+00000011h)
Address: B7E847FCh, location: "libpthread.so.0", loaded at B7E7C000h - B7E93000h
Symbol: "__pthread_mutex_unlock_usercnt" (+0000001Ch)
Address: 7E485430h, location: "libx11.so.6", loaded at 7E447000h - 7E538000h
Address: 7E5A86D0h, location: "winex11", loaded at 7E580000h - 7E5FA000h
Address: B7E84BF0h, location: "libpthread.so.0", loaded at B7E7C000h - B7E93000h
Symbol: "__pthread_mutex_unlock_internal" (+00000010h)
Address: 7E4714C5h, location: "libx11.so.6", loaded at 7E447000h - 7E538000h
Address: 7E5F39A0h, location: "winex11", loaded at 7E580000h - 7E5FA000h
Address: 7E5A86D0h, location: "winex11", loaded at 7E580000h - 7E5FA000h
Address: 7E5CC280h, location: "winex11", loaded at 7E580000h - 7E5FA000h
Symbol: "wine_tsx11_unlock" (+00000020h)
Address: 7E5F3FC0h, location: "winex11", loaded at 7E580000h - 7E5FA000h
Address: 7E5F0FE4h, location: "winex11", loaded at 7E580000h - 7E5FA000h
Address: 7E5A98A0h, location: "winex11", loaded at 7E580000h - 7E5FA000h
Address: 7E5A86D0h, location: "winex11", loaded at 7E580000h - 7E5FA000h
Address: 7E5F39A0h, location: "winex11", loaded at 7E580000h - 7E5FA000h
Address: 7E5A86D0h, location: "winex11", loaded at 7E580000h - 7E5FA000h
Address: 7E5B4B30h, location: "winex11", loaded at 7E580000h - 7E5FA000h
Symbol: "X11DRV_ButtonRelease" (+00000000h)
Address: 7E5A96ABh, location: "winex11", loaded at 7E580000h - 7E5FA000h
Address: 7E5F0FE4h, location: "winex11", loaded at 7E580000h - 7E5FA000h
Address: 7E5A9A26h, location: "winex11", loaded at 7E580000h - 7E5FA000h
Symbol: "X11DRV_MsgWaitForMultipleObjectsEx" (+000000B6h)
Address: 00848484h, location: "foo_playlist_manager", loaded at 00830000h - 00874000h
Address: 7E5F0FE4h, location: "winex11", loaded at 7E580000h - 7E5FA000h
Address: 7E5A9ACAh, location: "winex11", loaded at 7E580000h - 7E5FA000h
Symbol: "X11DRV_MsgWaitForMultipleObjectsEx" (+0000015Ah)
Address: B7E88194h, location: "libpthread.so.0", loaded at B7E7C000h - B7E93000h
Address: 7ED99B80h, location: "user32", loaded at 7ECB0000h - 7EDD4000h
Address: 7BC7B550h, location: "ntdll", loaded at 7BC10000h - 7BC97000h
Address: 7BC5758Fh, location: "ntdll", loaded at 7BC10000h - 7BC97000h
Symbol: "wine_server_call" (+0000012Fh)
Address: 018F4E22h, location: "foo_ui_columns", loaded at 018D0000h - 01967000h
Address: 7ED7EB9Ch, location: "user32", loaded at 7ECB0000h - 7EDD4000h
Address: 7ED7EB9Ch, location: "user32", loaded at 7ECB0000h - 7EDD4000h
Address: 7ED29C7Bh, location: "user32", loaded at 7ECB0000h - 7EDD4000h
Symbol: "PeekMessageW" (+0000016Bh)
Address: 7ED29B1Bh, location: "user32", loaded at 7ECB0000h - 7EDD4000h
Symbol: "PeekMessageW" (+0000000Bh)
Address: 7ED7EB9Ch, location: "user32", loaded at 7ECB0000h - 7EDD4000h
Address: 7ED29DA8h, location: "user32", loaded at 7ECB0000h - 7EDD4000h
Symbol: "GetMessageW" (+000000D8h)
Address: 00493498h, location: "foobar2000", loaded at 00400000h - 004F3000h
Address: 00468C4Bh, location: "foobar2000", loaded at 00400000h - 004F3000h
Address: 00431EB8h, location: "foobar2000", loaded at 00400000h - 004F3000h
Address: 004BFA58h, location: "foobar2000", loaded at 00400000h - 004F3000h
Address: 004DE96Ch, location: "foobar2000", loaded at 00400000h - 004F3000h
Address: 004BFA58h, location: "foobar2000", loaded at 00400000h - 004F3000h
Address: 004DE96Ch, location: "foobar2000", loaded at 00400000h - 004F3000h
Address: 004DE96Ch, location: "foobar2000", loaded at 00400000h - 004F3000h
Address: 7ED53620h, location: "user32", loaded at 7ECB0000h - 7EDD4000h
Symbol: "DestroyWindow" (+00000000h)
Address: 00430182h, location: "foobar2000", loaded at 00400000h - 004F3000h
Address: 10002DD2h, location: "shared", loaded at 10000000h - 10029000h
Address: 004C0560h, location: "foobar2000", loaded at 00400000h - 004F3000h
Address: 00430CF3h, location: "foobar2000", loaded at 00400000h - 004F3000h
Address: 004BC44Ch, location: "foobar2000", loaded at 00400000h - 004F3000h
Address: 004C70FCh, location: "foobar2000", loaded at 00400000h - 004F3000h
Address: 004C70FCh, location: "foobar2000", loaded at 00400000h - 004F3000h
Address: 7BC29BA1h, location: "ntdll", loaded at 7BC10000h - 7BC97000h
Symbol: "RtlEnterCriticalSection" (+00000011h)
Address: 7EC87300h, location: "gdi32", loaded at 7EBF0000h - 7EC98000h
Address: 00400000h, location: "foobar2000", loaded at 00400000h - 004F3000h
Address: 004C70E0h, location: "foobar2000", loaded at 00400000h - 004F3000h
Address: 00393032h, location: "foo_rgscan", loaded at 00370000h - 003B8000h
Address: 7B889B11h, location: "kernel32", loaded at 7B820000h - 7B926000h
Symbol: "_EnterSysLevel" (+000000B1h)
Address: 7EC87300h, location: "gdi32", loaded at 7EBF0000h - 7EC98000h
Address: 7BC2951Fh, location: "ntdll", loaded at 7BC10000h - 7BC97000h
Symbol: "RtlLeaveCriticalSection" (+0000000Fh)
Address: 7B8AD908h, location: "kernel32", loaded at 7B820000h - 7B926000h
Address: 7E5AE1A7h, location: "winex11", loaded at 7E580000h - 7E5FA000h
Symbol: "X11DRV_ExtEscape" (+00000017h)
Address: 7B889820h, location: "kernel32", loaded at 7B820000h - 7B926000h
Symbol: "_LeaveSysLevel" (+00000060h)
Address: 7EC87300h, location: "gdi32", loaded at 7EBF0000h - 7EC98000h
Address: 7B8AD908h, location: "kernel32", loaded at 7B820000h - 7B926000h
Address: 7BC37E7Fh, location: "ntdll", loaded at 7BC10000h - 7BC97000h
Address: 7EC87300h, location: "gdi32", loaded at 7EBF0000h - 7EC98000h
Address: 7EC7F604h, location: "gdi32", loaded at 7EBF0000h - 7EC98000h
Address: 7BC7B550h, location: "ntdll", loaded at 7BC10000h - 7BC97000h
Address: 7BC37600h, location: "ntdll", loaded at 7BC10000h - 7BC97000h
Address: 7BC2951Fh, location: "ntdll", loaded at 7BC10000h - 7BC97000h
Symbol: "RtlLeaveCriticalSection" (+0000000Fh)
Address: 7BC7B550h, location: "ntdll", loaded at 7BC10000h - 7BC97000h
Address: 7BC3687Eh, location: "ntdll", loaded at 7BC10000h - 7BC97000h
Address: 7BC29BA1h, location: "ntdll", loaded at 7BC10000h - 7BC97000h
Symbol: "RtlEnterCriticalSection" (+00000011h)
Address: 7EC0F21Ah, location: "gdi32", loaded at 7EBF0000h - 7EC98000h
Symbol: "DC_GetDCPtr" (+0000002Ah)
Address: 7BC2951Fh, location: "ntdll", loaded at 7BC10000h - 7BC97000h
Symbol: "RtlLeaveCriticalSection" (+0000000Fh)
Address: 7BC7B550h, location: "ntdll", loaded at 7BC10000h - 7BC97000h
Address: 7BC37887h, location: "ntdll", loaded at 7BC10000h - 7BC97000h
Symbol: "RtlFreeHeap" (+00000127h)
Address: 7BC36003h, location: "ntdll", loaded at 7BC10000h - 7BC97000h
Address: 7BC37E7Fh, location: "ntdll", loaded at 7BC10000h - 7BC97000h
Address: 1000CA22h, location: "shared", loaded at 10000000h - 10029000h
Address: 7BC7B550h, location: "ntdll", loaded at 7BC10000h - 7BC97000h
Address: 7BC37591h, location: "ntdll", loaded at 7BC10000h - 7BC97000h
Address: 7BC37E7Fh, location: "ntdll", loaded at 7BC10000h - 7BC97000h
Address: 7BC7B550h, location: "ntdll", loaded at 7BC10000h - 7BC97000h
Address: 7BC37E7Fh, location: "ntdll", loaded at 7BC10000h - 7BC97000h
Address: 7BC7B550h, location: "ntdll", loaded at 7BC10000h - 7BC97000h
Address: 7BC7B550h, location: "ntdll", loaded at 7BC10000h - 7BC97000h
Address: 7BC36003h, location: "ntdll", loaded at 7BC10000h - 7BC97000h
Address: 7BC37591h, location: "ntdll", loaded at 7BC10000h - 7BC97000h
Address: 7BC381FEh, location: "ntdll", loaded at 7BC10000h - 7BC97000h
Symbol: "RtlAllocateHeap" (+0000017Eh)
Address: 7BC2951Fh, location: "ntdll", loaded at 7BC10000h - 7BC97000h
Symbol: "RtlLeaveCriticalSection" (+0000000Fh)
Address: 7BC7B550h, location: "ntdll", loaded at 7BC10000h - 7BC97000h
Address: 7BC381FEh, location: "ntdll", loaded at 7BC10000h - 7BC97000h
Symbol: "RtlAllocateHeap" (+0000017Eh)
Address: 7BC7B550h, location: "ntdll", loaded at 7BC10000h - 7BC97000h
Address: 7BC7B550h, location: "ntdll", loaded at 7BC10000h - 7BC97000h
Address: 7BC3664Dh, location: "ntdll", loaded at 7BC10000h - 7BC97000h
Address: 7BC3687Eh, location: "ntdll", loaded at 7BC10000h - 7BC97000h
Address: 00491D18h, location: "foobar2000", loaded at 00400000h - 004F3000h
Address: 7BC2951Fh, location: "ntdll", loaded at 7BC10000h - 7BC97000h
Symbol: "RtlLeaveCriticalSection" (+0000000Fh)
Address: 7BC7B550h, location: "ntdll", loaded at 7BC10000h - 7BC97000h
Address: 7BC371CAh, location: "ntdll", loaded at 7BC10000h - 7BC97000h
Symbol: "RtlSizeHeap" (+000000FAh)
Address: 004E4230h, location: "foobar2000", loaded at 00400000h - 004F3000h
Address: 0040CA96h, location: "foobar2000", loaded at 00400000h - 004F3000h
Address: 004480F4h, location: "foobar2000", loaded at 00400000h - 004F3000h
Address: 004990ADh, location: "foobar2000", loaded at 00400000h - 004F3000h
Address: 7BC4C51Eh, location: "ntdll", loaded at 7BC10000h - 7BC97000h
Address: 00496FE0h, location: "foobar2000", loaded at 00400000h - 004F3000h
Address: 004C0570h, location: "foobar2000", loaded at 00400000h - 004F3000h
Address: 10002D87h, location: "shared", loaded at 10000000h - 10029000h
Address: 004C0570h, location: "foobar2000", loaded at 00400000h - 004F3000h
Address: 004AF5D4h, location: "foobar2000", loaded at 00400000h - 004F3000h
Address: 004C0570h, location: "foobar2000", loaded at 00400000h - 004F3000h
Address: 00430EFAh, location: "foobar2000", loaded at 00400000h - 004F3000h
Address: 00400000h, location: "foobar2000", loaded at 00400000h - 004F3000h
Address: 004E0928h, location: "foobar2000", loaded at 00400000h - 004F3000h
Address: 0049729Ah, location: "foobar2000", loaded at 00400000h - 004F3000h
Address: 004935BCh, location: "foobar2000", loaded at 00400000h - 004F3000h
Address: 004935B6h, location: "foobar2000", loaded at 00400000h - 004F3000h
Address: 004B49E4h, location: "foobar2000", loaded at 00400000h - 004F3000h
Address: 004B34A0h, location: "foobar2000", loaded at 00400000h - 004F3000h
Address: 004E4228h, location: "foobar2000", loaded at 00400000h - 004F3000h
Address: 00496FE0h, location: "foobar2000", loaded at 00400000h - 004F3000h
Address: 004AF9C8h, location: "foobar2000", loaded at 00400000h - 004F3000h
Address: 00496154h, location: "foobar2000", loaded at 00400000h - 004F3000h
Address: 00400000h, location: "foobar2000", loaded at 00400000h - 004F3000h
Address: 004961BDh, location: "foobar2000", loaded at 00400000h - 004F3000h
Address: 7B8AD908h, location: "kernel32", loaded at 7B820000h - 7B926000h
Address: 00496FE0h, location: "foobar2000", loaded at 00400000h - 004F3000h
Address: 7B87221Eh, location: "kernel32", loaded at 7B820000h - 7B926000h
Address: 7B82DF10h, location: "kernel32", loaded at 7B820000h - 7B926000h
Address: 7B842720h, location: "kernel32", loaded at 7B820000h - 7B926000h
Symbol: "UnhandledExceptionFilter" (+00000000h)
Address: 7B8AD908h, location: "kernel32", loaded at 7B820000h - 7B926000h
Address: 10012A03h, location: "shared", loaded at 10000000h - 10029000h
Address: 7B8AD908h, location: "kernel32", loaded at 7B820000h - 7B926000h
Address: B7EA5897h, location: "libwine.so.1", loaded at B7E9E000h - B7FAF000h
Symbol: "wine_switch_to_stack" (+00000017h)

Version info:
foobar2000 v0.9.4.2
UNICODE

Additional info:
Quick Search Toolbar 2.8j (foo_uie_quicksearch)
WMA Decoder 1.1 (foo_input_std)
Default User Interface 0.9acc (foo_ui_std)
Standard DSP array 1.0 (foo_dsp_std)
ReplayGain Scanner 2.0.2 (foo_rgscan)
Standard Input Array 1.0 (foo_input_std)
CD Audio Decoder 2.1.1 (foo_cdda)
cwbowron's title format hooks 1.1.0beta [Dec 1 2006 - 13:47:34] (foo_cwb_hooks)
Playlists Dropdown 0.5.7.5 (foo_uie_playlists_dropdown)
Explorer Tree 1.04.6b (foo_uie_explorer)
Playback Statistics 1.3.2 (foo_playcount)
Album Art Panel 0.2.6 (foo_uie_albumart)
Track Positioner 1.0 (foo_trackpos)
Columns UI 0.1.3 beta 1v7 (foo_ui_columns)
Album List 3.2.0 (foo_albumlist)
Album list panel 0.2.1 (foo_uie_albumlist)
FLAC Decoder 1.1.0 (foo_input_std)
Panels UI 0.10.2 beta [Apr 23 2007 - 15:31:44] (foo_ui_panels)
foosic music database 1.0 beta 12 (foo_sic)
Converter 1.0.1 (foo_converter)
Playlist Tools 0.5.9 (foo_utils)
Playlist Manager 1.0.2 (foo_playlist_manager)
Music Browser 1.2.3 [Dec 4 2006 - 09:42:32] (foo_browser)
foobar2000 core 0.9.4.2 (Core)



Thanks!!
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pinknyunyu
post May 31 2007, 16:30
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Also, are there any linux players that display album art--not from amazon or online sources, but what you have in your folder like cover.jpg or folder.jpg? I've spent a lot of time finding high-res pictures, and a lot of albums I have are not even on Amazon...
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Yotsuya
post May 31 2007, 17:09
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pinknyunyu: Both AmaroK and Quodlibet will display local album art. For quodlibet to see the art it must be named folder.jpg in the music folder.


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pinknyunyu
post May 31 2007, 17:30
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Thanks! I'll check them out. And thanks for giving me the courage to try linux--I never would have made the move if there was no hope of running foobar, but I'm open to finding a music player I like that runs natively on linux.
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bubbleguuum
post May 31 2007, 18:45
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QUOTE (pinknyunyu @ May 31 2007, 16:09) *
Hi Old to foobar2000 but new to linux (ubuntu)--just installed it three days ago, and now I'm trying to get foobar up and running...it seems to work with default ui, but when I try to use columns--not gonna even try panels yet--it crashes...Am I missing some .dll's?

Thanks!!


You need wine >= 0.9.36 for coumnsUI to not crash.
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bubbleguuum
post May 31 2007, 21:11
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QUOTE (btag @ May 30 2007, 03:49) *
Very nice guide. Now I can finally run foobar as a command instead of a desktop icon/shortcut-thingy.

The one thing I noticed to fix the skipping sound problem is to set the foobar option: core: "Process priority" to "Real Time" instead of the default "normal". My philosophy on this was, since it's not windows, why bother keeping a low priority level.
For me, that fixed the sound skipping problem when the CPU is busy.

I also played with renice (linux's own process priority) on wine and foobar. That didn't seem to have much of an effect on the pauses.


Where's is that Process priority option ? All I found I Therad priority in he advanced/playback section and it was already to the max (7)
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Wujek_Bogdan
post Jun 1 2007, 13:34
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i was also searching this option. i found only that what you're thalking about... but changing it didn't help :/
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