golb is a piece of software which searches a directory recursively for mp3 and m3u files and creates an SQLite database out of the information found. This doesn't seem to be usefull but it is! It's for people that own a philips hdd0XX mp3 player (also called GoGear) because this one uses an SQLite database to save its songs.

The name golb therefore means GoGear on Linux boxes.

The problem with the mp3 player is that it is only usable under windows because philips didn't make a linux software. So this is the software you need to use your mp3 player under linux. And the best thing: this software is much easier than the windows one. You only have to copy your music to the mp3 player, run the app and that's it!

The program is developed under the GNU General Public License and is therefore free for everybody.
Interface: Command Line
Rating: Good (5 votes)

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