Radio++

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Last commit: [f669e3ac] Increase height of list in settings (#2715)

This simple radio for Cinnamon. Require moc player. In setting you may add, edit and remove stations.

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This simple radio for Cinnamon with editable list of stations. Require moc player. Special thanks for the improvements and translation NikoKrause (https://github.com/NikoKrause). Now you can control the volume with the mouse wheel, and also mark the stations that are to be shown in the list.

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j-balint
j-balint-1 month ago
Actually mocplayer does not play it, just says: Connecting... The message disappears after a while and nothing happens.
j-balint
j-balint-1 month ago
I recently changed to Radio++ from Radiotray which very often stopped to play. On my LxMint 19/Cinnamon Radio++ works simply well with many published radio streams, I like its simpicity. However it does not play the KDFC stream: http://128.mp3.pls.kdfc.live which is published on this page: https://www.kdfc.com/listen/how-to-listen/ What could be a reason of that?
Padre2
Padre2-4 months ago
@Driglu4it, I am using Radio++ and I am very happy with it, for streaming radio programmes. I would like to ask how to make the list of stations longer in the window, as shown above. Can the list not make more use of the panel, which is so much bigger. Otherwise, make the panel shorter, but styled so as to allow the height of the panel and list to be increased by dragging.
claudiux
claudiux-9 months ago
Symbolic icon added. Now the icon is correctly displayed in the panel.
rjv23
rjv23-1 year ago
nice little app, works well. users need to get the direct steaming link, for soma, look on the left margin for direct stream links, choose the quality link you want and load that. seems to work for me no problems.
Chad Bergeron
Chad Bergeron-1 year ago
Doesn't seem to play streaming playlist files (such as those from http://somafm.com) which are used to procide multiple URLs for a stream. If I enter a playlist file, it should call mocp -p to play the first stream location in the playlist.
Kimme Utsi
Kimme Utsi-10 months ago
Remove any exstension for the link, and the station will work.
Padre2
Padre2-4 months ago
Thanks Kimme, I found that this worked with several, but not all, URLs that would not play in Radio++. I have been comparing with Rythmbox, which will accept the extensions, but Radio ++ is a much neater application, if you only want radio URLs.
plspp
plspp-1 year ago
I like to add the following for urls to add: Current as of sept 2018 Big list of urls: https://www.outworldz.com/secondlife/posts/streaming/ i like listen to art bell Art Bell1 http://stream1.u7radio.org:8000/ Art Bell1 http://stream2.u7radio.org:8000/ Art Bell1 http://stream3.u7radio.org:8000/
plspp
plspp-1 year ago
The radio is perfect the way it is. I think (1) radio should NOT include listings of urls because radio stations constantly change, 1day they online, next day they non-exsist. Many change op hours. (2) It would be a real mess and very time consuming to the creator to keep a valid list of some current online radio streams. (3) It would be hard to please everyone with his selection if he added a list, because his rock or chill or pop or rap or whatever streams may not be yours. Then it be a hassle to delete his streams and start all over with yours (4) it is best to leave blank, so we can add the streams we like and want to hear. The three streams that is listed currently, only 2 worked for me. but that okay, because it is a good way to set an example of how to add or delete. Thank you for the effort of creating the app.
Visnu Pritom Chowdhury
Nice app. However, a valid list of URLs would be great! This list apparently does not work any more, https://wiki.ubuntuusers.de/Internetradio/Stationen/
evalesquez
evalesquez-1 year ago
Nice and very simple applet, but please creat a symbolic-icon radio for dark themes panel. :)
Driglu4it
Driglu4it-1 year ago
Icon.png use in list of widget, not in applet. Applet use function set icon from cinnamon library (this - 'radio'). I'm happy to make a grouping of stations, if there is an option in the API to add an editable list of choices.
Вячеслав Диконов
The name of the icon inside the applet's js file does not match the actual filename of the icon (icon.png). This makes the applet invisible in the panel. Please, fix! It would also be cool to support grouping of radio stations via submenus.
GNU / Linux
GNU / Linux-1 year ago
Спасибо Вам за ваш ответ попробую. Респект
GNU / Linux
GNU / Linux-1 year ago
Программа хорошая, но хочется свои радио добавить.
Driglu4it
Driglu4it-1 year ago
Без проблем можно свои добавить. Я, например смотрел исходные коды страниц 101.ru
etherman55
etherman55-2 years ago
Forgot to mention, it Didn't work at first, but only after I had downloaded Moc player via synaptic package manager, it worked immediately, and was easy to configure with new stations.
etherman55
etherman55-2 years ago
Excellent application, EASY to use, thanks a lot. In order to add stations, I chose them fro Icecast radio directory in VLC media player, hit the info choice on right mouse click, then copy "Location" contents (a web address?), right click the Radio++, chose config, click + to add a station, name it and paste the location. You're done.
Driglu4it
Driglu4it-2 years ago
Several stations can be taken from Radiotray here: https://github.com/RadioTrayEurasia/RadioTrayEurasia If necessary, I can convert for applet (only a very large list will be obtained). There is a proposal to make a change in the radio. In the list of stations, select the check box that will mark which stations to display. If the changes are useful, write in the comments, I will. Sorry for my bad English...
Driglu4it
Driglu4it-2 years ago
NikoKrause, thank's for your improvements.
NikoKrause
NikoKrause-2 years ago
That's a nice applet for listening to online radio stations. It's a little bit difficult to find the right URL for radio stations. But I found this very helpful list of internet radio stations: https://wiki.ubuntuusers.de/Internetradio/Stationen/