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Re: [Lynx-dev] Playing mp3s From within Lynx?

From: Jude DaShiell
Subject: Re: [Lynx-dev] Playing mp3s From within Lynx?
Date: Fri, 25 May 2018 05:18:34 -0400

That's done in your $HOME/.mailcap file.  I guarrantee you, many
examples of .mailcap files for lynx are available on the internet.  I
went looking earlier to try to expand some of my own capabilities and
found a ton.
Now, as to your other problem respect your configurations enough to back
them up onto one or more flash drives and don't loose those flash
drives.  This is how after a reinstall I put configurations back quickly
and correctly.  Now let's see if I put my .mailcap file up on panix for
just such a situation as you find yourself in:

Yes this is an example .mailcap file for you to get you started modify
as needed:

 application/x-tar; tar -tf - ; copiousoutput;
  application/x-tar-gz; gunzip -c %s | tar -tf - ; copiousoutput
application/postscript;ps2ascii %s  2>/dev/null; copiousoutput
application/x-bittorrent; transmission-cli -er -v '%s'; needsterminal
application/ogg; rvlc --quiet --novideo --key-vol-up 123 --no-skinned-playlist 
-I ncurses '%s'; test=test -n "$DISPLAY"
application/oggv; rvlc --quiet --novideo --key-vol-up 123 --no-skinned-playlist 
-I ncurses '%s'; test=test -n "$DISPLAY"
   audio/basic;play %s
        audio/midi;playmidi %s
           audio/wav;play %s
                  audio/x-midi;playmidi %s
                 audio/x-basic;play %s
                audio/x-wav; play %s
         audio/mp3;rvlc --quiet --novideo --key-vol-up 123 
--no-skinned-playlist %s
         audio/mp4;rvlc --quiet --novideo --key-vol-up 123 
--no-skinned-playlist %s
          audio/mpeg;rvlc --quiet --novideo --key-vol-up 123 
--no-skinned-playlist %s
                   audio/x-mp3;rvlc --quiet --novideo --key-vol-up 123 
--no-skinned-playlist %s
                        audio/x-mpeg;rvlc --quiet --novideo --key-vol-up 123 
--no-skinned-playlist %s
                         audio/x-mpegurl;rvlc --quiet --novideo --key-vol-up 
123 --no-skinned-playlist %s
                         audio/x-pn-realaudio;mplayer %s
                         video/vnd.rn-realvideo;mplayer %s
                         audio/vnd.rn-realaudio;mplayer %s
                         application/vnd.rn-realmedia;mplayer %s
                         audio/mpeg;/usr/X11R6/bin/rvlc --quiet --novideo 
--key-vol-up 123 --no-skinned-playlist %s
                         audio/x-mpegurl;/usr/X11R6/bin/rvlc --quiet --novideo 
--key-vol-up 123 --no-skinned-playlist %s
                         audio/x-scpls; rvlc --quiet --novideo --key-vol-up 123 
--no-skinned-playlist '%s';
MPEG/VOB;"mplayer -vo=nul -nolirc -nojoystick -nomouseinput %s"
AVI;"mplayer -vo=nul -nolirc -nojoystick -nomouseinput %s"
ASF/WMA/WMV;"mplayer -vo=nul -nolirc -nojoystick -nomouseinput %s"
RM;"mplayer -vo=nul -nolirc -nojoystick -nomouseinput %s"
QT/MOV/MP4;"mplayer -vo=nul -nolirc -nojoystick -nomouseinput %s"
Ogg/OGM;"mplayer -vo=nul -nolirc -nojoystick -nomouseinput %s"
MKV;"mplayer -vo=nul -nolirc -nojoystick -nomouseinput %s"
VIVO;"mplayer -vo=nul -nolirc -nojoystick -nomouseinput %s"
FLI;"mplayer -vo=nul -nolirc -nojoystick -nomouseinput %s"
NuppelVideo;"mplayer -vo=nul -nolirc -nojoystick -nomouseinput %s"
yuv4mpeg;"mplayer -vo=nul -nolirc -nojoystick -nomouseinput %s"
FILM;"mplayer -vo=nul -nolirc -nojoystick -nomouseinput %s"
application/msword; antiword %s; copiousoutput
text/html;                      lynx %s; nametemplate=%s.html
text/html;                      lynx -dump %s; nametemplate=%s.html; 
audio/*; vlc %s
video/mpeg; mplayer %s
video/quicktime; vlc %s
On Thu, 24 May 2018, Chime
Hart wrote:

> Date: Fri, 25 May 2018 01:37:37
> From: Chime Hart <address@hidden>
> To: Discussion of Lynx Issues <address@hidden>
> Subject: [Lynx-dev] Playing mp3s From within Lynx?
> Many years ago these items were setup for me, but after several re-installs,
> well.
> First, I would like to once again be able to mash enter on an mp3 or types of
> video files on my hard-drive-and-have them play with mpv. Seemingly out of the
> box .ogg files will play, but they call alsaplayer. Can some1 please inform of
> the steps to fix this? Several experiment yielded no change.
> And semi-related, here on Shellworld, I can type a
> lynx .
> and it will browse directories first, then files. I cannot seem to duplicate
> this locally, as it mixes files-and-dirs. Here on Shellworld, while I don't
> think its an alias, if I type
> which lynx .
> /usr/local/bin/lynx
> .:       aliased to echo $cwd
> Both Ubuntu-and-Debian moved the location of TCSH aliases, but I looked in
> /etc/csh.cshrc  but see nothing like that, but I would love this same behavior
> locally, so I can better work with audio-and-video files. Thanks so much in
> advance
> Chime
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