|Keith Irwin 53a17d34ee|
Play Grateful Dead shows in your terminal.
# Download git clone https://gitea.gf4.pw/ki9/gdead.git /usr/local/src/gdead # "Build" ln -s /usr/local/src/gdead/gdead /usr/local/bin/gdead
gdead [-g|--gui] [-r|--rand|--random] [-a|--aud|--audience] [year [month [day]]]
day as arguments and plays the top-rated soundboard on archive.org. Providing no unnamed parameters searches the entire vault.
NOTE: The date parsing is still pretty primitive so don't be an edge case: use 4-digit years and 2-digit months/days.
GUI or terminal
gdead will open your show with
nvlc, which uses an ncurses-based terminal interface. To open the show as a playlist in vlc's GUI, use the
gdead only returns soundboards and matrices. To use audience-recordings too, use the
To sort by random instead of rating, use the
Play the top-rated version of Woodstock Festival, including audience-tapes:
gdead -a 1969 08 16
Play a random show from '72:
gdead -r 1972
gdead - Stream Grateful Dead soundboards from archive.org
Copyright © 2021-2022 Keith Irwin www.ki9.us
This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
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