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Old 11-28-2007
Dedicated music player

Maybe completely out of my depth here (very much likely that I am). I am looking to buy a PC to have as a dedicated music player, i have 150gb of music now converted and would like something to boot up as quickly as possible and not have any other distractions,

Am I in the wrong place? either way any suggestions would be most appreciated.


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OCP(1)							      General Commands Manual							    OCP(1)

ocp - music player SYNOPSIS
ocp [ options ] [ playlist ] [ modulename ] DESCRIPTION
This manual page documents briefly the ocp command. ocp is a music player which can play music modules (it, s3m, xm, mod), wave, audio CD, sid, midi, mp3, adlib, flac, ym, and ogg vorbis. The player has a built-in file selector which can be configured using alt-c. Press f1 for the online help. To use the graphical output mode see your ~/.ocp/ocp.ini configuration file. OPTIONS
-h Show summary of options. -c Use specific configuration. -f Fileselector settings -v Sound settings -s Device settings -p Quit when playlist is empty. EXAMPLE
ocp -fl0,r1 -vp75,f2 -spdevpdisk -sr48000 fegolhuz.xm Renders the module to HD. SEE ALSO
You can find a more detailed document at file:///usr/share/doc/opencubicplayer-doc/ oggenc(1), flac(1), lame(1). AUTHOR
Open Cubic Player was written by Niklas Beisert and ported to Linux by Stian Sebastian Skjelstad. This manual page was written by Gurkan Sengun <>, for the Debian project (but may be used by others). December 26, 2006 OCP(1)