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Old 24th August 2009
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Default Playing internet radio streams under OpenBSD

At this moment I am listening to http://www.zappa.com/zapparadio/ under Ubuntu (long story). This Zappa audio stream from live365.com is played by the Gnome Totem movie player.

Would that player work under OpenBSD? I don't mind installing Gnome on one of my snapshot machines.

Does anybody have experiences with the audio/aqualung port? It is the only port/package I could find via http://openports.se/audio

PS. Yes I have read the FAQ (http://openbsd.org/faq/faq13.html#streaming)
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