Amarok (Italiano)

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Amarok è un lettore musicale e organizzatore per Linux con un'interfaccia in Qt intuitiva che si integra molto bene con KDE.

In Amarok 2 non ci sono ancora tutte le caratteristiche di Amarok 1.4[1], così se non si è soddisfatti della nuova versione e si vuole riavere indietro la vecchia, riferirsi a questo articolo.

Installazione

Amarok può essere installato dal repository [extra] con pacman:

# pacman -S amarok

Amarok ora dipende da Phonon, quindi si dovrà avere un back-end funzionante selezionato per lui. Si può dare un'occhiata a KDE#Phonon. Si potrebbe essere interessati anche a installare alcuni codecs per l'uso del back-end prescelto.

Personalizzazione

Integrazione con Gnome

Vedere Uniform Look for QT and GTK Applications per un'integrazione grafica nella GUI principale.

Script e applet

Nuovi script e applet possono essere trovati sia direttamente dentro Amarok ("Tools" -> "Script Manager" -> "Get More Scripts") o su kde-apps.org.

Moodbar

La moodbar is a feature which turn your standard progress slider bar into a progress slider bar coloured depending on the mood of your track.

Si può installare la moodbar da AUR.

Poi andare in settings -> configure amarok and check "Show moodbar in progress slider".

Notare che a partire dal 19 febbraio Amarok 2 NON genera moodfile, è possibile tuttavia provare a seguire questo tutorial [2] per crearle da soli o installare Amarok 1.4 da AUR e lasciargli creare tutti i file .mood che si desidera. Per questa soluzione andare in settings -> configure amarok, e nella scheda generale spuntare "use moods" e i box "store moods data files with music".

SHOUTcast

For reasons which have not been adequately explained Amarok developers have removed the SHOUTcast Internet radio features from version 2.1.90 onwards. See the discussion page, the forum here and the thread starting here.

You can get back SHOUTcast by using the "SHOUTcast service" Script. Start Amarok, go "Tools" -> "Script Manager" -> "Get More Scripts" -> search for SHOUTcast -> install Shoutcast Service, restart Amarok. Then you have it in "Internet" context.

Amarok 1.4 and VLC continue to support the SHOUTcast Internet radio station index and streaming as before.

See also: How can I use Amarok to stream to my own radio station?, which recommends Internet DJ ConsoleTemplate:Linkrot (Italiano), available in the AUR (Template:Package AUR).

Ampache/MP3 Streaming

Se si riproducono MP3 direttamente o con il plugin Ampache Plugin, non è possibile ricercare tracce se non si usa il backend gstreamer. Installarlo con:

# pacman -S phonon-gstreamer gstreamer0.10 gstreamer0.10-plugins

Poi andare su Amarok in "Impostazioni" -> "Configura Amarok" -> "Riproduzione" -> "Configura Phonon" -> Tab "Backend" -> imposta Gstreamer come Backend preferito

Collection database

Amarok 2.x can use sqlite (default) or mysql to store the collection database. Users with large collections and more demanding performance requirements might prefer use mysql.

MySQL

For basic MySQL configuration refer to the MySQL page.

When using Amarok with MySQL you need to create a MySQL user that can access the database. To do use, enter the following:

# mysql -p -u root
# CREATE DATABASE amarokdb;
# USE amarokdb;
# GRANT ALL ON amarokdb.* TO amarokuser@localhost IDENTIFIED BY 'password-user';
# FLUSH PRIVILEGES;
# quit

This creates a database called 'amarokdb' and a user with name 'amarokuser' with the password 'password-user' who can access said database from localhost. If you want to connect to your database computer from a different computer, change the line to

# GRANT ALL ON amarok.* TO amarokuser@'%' IDENTIFIED BY  'password-user';

To configure amarok to use MySQL, enter the Configure Amarok screen, choose Database and mark 'used external MySQL database'. Enter the server (usually "localhost" if on your local box, else the name of the remote box), the username ("amarokuser" in this example) and your chosen password-user. Do not forget to select the path to your music collection.

PostgreSQL

Not yet supported, see more

Firefly / Daap-Share

To make daap-shares visible in Amarok enable the "DAAP Collection"-plugin in the Amarok settings.

Install nss-mdns:

# pacman -S nss-mdns 

and complete the hosts line in /etc/nssswitch.conf to look like:

hosts: files mdns4_minimal [NOTFOUND=return] nis dns mdns4

start avahi-daemon and add it to /etc/rc.conf:

# /etc/rc.d/avahi-daemon start

Vedere anche

Common_Applications#Audio