Streamtuner is a stream directory browser. It offers an intuitive and unified interface to various streaming directories through the use of a C/Python plugin system.

Current plugins included in this package are:
* SHOUTcast
* Live365
* and more!

More information and plugins can be found at:
Interface: Graphical (Gtk)
Associated Programs
Python interactive high-level object-oriented language (default version)
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Available deb Repositories (how-to add a respository)
Debian 32-bit 64-bit
stable 0.99.99-15+b1 0.99.99-15+b1

Ubuntu 32-bit

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Streamtuner in 8.04

I had streamtuner installed under 7.10 but under 8.04 it does not play because it cannot find the directory xmms. I noticed in Synaptic that xmms is not supported and cannot be installed. A new version called xmms2 is available and installable. Has anyone else had this problem?

In the meantime, Amarok works very well.

you can install and use

you can install and use audacious. Works perfectly and looks/feels like xmms1. Just change all references of xmms to "audacious %q".


Best use audacious. Looks and feels like xmms 1. Replace all references to xmms by "audacious %q"