napster console client
The advantage of nap over other graphical clients like gnome-napster
is that you can run it under screen(1) on a remote host and disconnect
from your session while nap continues the downloads. You can later
reconnect to your running client even from another host and do more
Linux Napster Client
Written by Kevin Sullivan. See COPYRIGHT.
Modified by Peter Selinger and others. See ChangeLog and AUTHORS.
To compile nap from sources, first do "./configure", followed by
"make". This will create the files "nap" and "napping". If you
downloaded a binary distribution for your platform, you do not need to
WHAT TO DO WHEN NCURSES IS MISSING.
Nap needs a screen handling package called "ncurses". Some operating
systems do not come with ncurses installed. Notably, this is the case
for Solaris and for MacOSX. In these cases, you need to install
ncurses yourself. Here are some instructions. When in doubt, or if
something is not working, please refer to the instructions that come
with the ncurses package
November 4, 2006: Release 1.5.4. This release changes the default
meta-server to www.gotnap.com.
May 6, 2004: Release 1.5.3. This release is in response to the recent
disappearance of the "napigator" meta-servers. The new default
meta-server is http://naplist.com/servers.php. For future reference,
note that the command line option '-ometaserver=URL' can be `used to
nap(1) Napter client nap(1)
nap, napping - L
nap (1.5.4-5) unstable; urgency=low
* Added japanese debconf templates translation.
(2006/11/04) PS1 - use new default metaserver URL.
(2005/06/27) PS1 -
Known contributors are listed here, in alphabetical order by their
abbreviations (which are used in
This package was debianized by Massimo Dal Zotto <firstname.lastname@example.org> on
Thu, 1 Jul 2004 12:47:16 +0200.
Browse inside nap_1.5.4-5_powerpc.deb