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Peggy: Stereo Rack MP3 Player based on Linux

Jul 19, 1999, 12:39 (0 Talkback[s])

Björn Giesler writes:

Peggy is a compressed-audio player for the stereo rack that uses Linux as its operating system. Key features include:

  • Playback of CDs, CD-ROMs and tracks from the internal hard drive
  • Large (320x240 pixel) graphical display to manage the (potentially huge) number of tracks, playlists, etc.
  • Easy-to-use interface
  • Integrated CD ripper/encoder
  • Expandable via plugins (Linux SDK in C and Python included) - therefore not limited to MP3: Ogg Vorbis coming soon!
  • Host of interfaces: Parallel, USB, Ethernet (BNC/TP)
More information can be found at audio nuclear research's homepage.