Yes! I've got a great method I can recommend for mpg123.
My BSD box has no monitor, no XFree, but it has 80 gigs of MP3s
and a great set of speakers hooked up to it.
I ssh into it from whatever room in the house I'm in and use
one of these commands. (Aliased from ~/.bashrc)
alias play='ls -l1 *.mp3 > ALL.m3u && mpg123 --list ALL.m3u'
alias playnew='ls -tl1 *.mp3 > ALL.m3u && mpg123 --list ALL.m3u'
alias playr='ls -l1 *.mp3 > ALL.m3u && mpg123 -z --list ALL.m3u'
IN OTHER WORDS:
play # <-- plays in alphabetical order
playnew # <-- plays newest-dated MP3s first
playr # <-- plays in random order!
I have like 20 gigs of JAZZ in one folder, so it's wonderful
to just type "cd /mp3/jazz && playr" and have it play randomly
all day long as I program.
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