player for DAISY Digital Talking Books
Daisy-player is a command-line player for talking books based on the
Digital Accessible Information System protocol. It is comparable in
functionality, features, and ease of use with commercial players, and
has a simple user interface appropriate for Braille terminals.
Daisy-player mounts CD's automatically using udisks. udisks is not available
for kfreebsd architectures. As it is heavily linked with the linux kernel,
it is not expected that it will become available for kfreebsd. You can run
daisy-player by calling the directory with the DAISY structure directly, so
for kfreebsd the dependency on udisks has been dropped.
-- Paul Gevers <email@example.com>, Fri,
Daisy-player - A parser to play Daisy CD's with Linux
(C)2003-2012 J. Lemmens
Daisy-player reads a DAISY-CD and plays its audio-files.
Be sure the following extra packages exist on your system:
The following packages are needed to make the manual and the ht
daisy-player(1) Unix user's manual daisy-player(1)
daisy-player - player for DAISY Digital Talking Books
daisy-player [directory_with_a_Daisy-structure] [-d ALSA_sound_device]
Daisy-player reads a Daisy-CD and plays the audio-files.
DAISY version 2.02 and 3 are currently supported.
A list of items on the Dais
daisy-player (7.1.1-1) unstable; urgency=low
* New upstream release
- Now uses Mini-XML (Clos
Unfortunately there is no log for previous versions of daisy-player. :-(
18.104.22.168 The titles will be
- ajust time viewing when altering speed.
- .mo files in /usr/local/share/locale/nl/LC_MESSAGES/
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