[LAU] Jack-enabled CLI Player

Patrick Shirkey pshirkey at boosthardware.com
Sun Aug 2 14:32:41 EDT 2009

>> What might be a jack-enabled equivalent of:
>> /usr/bin/ogg123 -d alsa<1>    (<1>   is and ogg file, obviously)
>> Preferrable would be something that will play through jack if the daemon be
>> running, alsa not (mplayer can work this way but this is a bit heavy for a
>> short file play, i.e., a signal from a program).
> I do not have a sndfile-jackplay on Debian repos. I just installed alsaplayer
> packages. It seems one must choose which plugin to play as well as specify the
> sample rate. To reconfigure the calling program when I turn jack on and off is
> surely silly at best.

I think you can save the settings in



Patrick Shirkey
Boost Hardware Ltd

> Mplayer's approach of try this one, no ... try the next is what I need without
> the fat of mplayer. Since the caller is a kde applet, maybe phonon has the
> answer? I do not want to be stuck with knotify (which at best disables or is
> disabled by jack).
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