DESCRIPTIONThis manual page documents briefly the vagalumectl command.
vagalumectl is a front end to easily control the Vagalume Last.fm client via its D-Bus interface without having to use low-level commands.
- Start playing the last selected radio.
- Skip to the next song.
- Stop playing.
- Mark the current song as 'loved'.
- Mark the current song as 'banned' and skip to the next one.
- globaltag tag
- Play a 'global tag' radio.
- artist artist
- Play a 'similar artists' radio.
- group group
- Play a 'Last.fm group' radio.
- loved user
- Play a user's 'loved tracks' radio.
- mix user
- Play a user's mix radio
- neighbours user
- Play a user's 'neighbours' radio.
- library user
- Play a user's library
- playlist user
- Play a user's playlist.
- playurl url
- Play an arbitrary radio URL.
- volumeup [inc]
- Increase playback volume. If inc is not specified it takes 5 as the default value. This command is not available on all platforms.
- volumedown [inc]
- Decrease playback volume. If inc is not specified it takes 5 as the default value. This command is not available on all platforms.
- volume value
- Set the playback volume to a specific value. This command is not available on all platforms.
- Start Vagalume (unless already running).
- Close Vagalume (unless already closed).
- Show a quick reference of all available commands.
Start playing the last selected radio:
$ vagalumectl play
Play your loved tracks' radio:
$ vagalumectl loved YOURUSERNAME
Play your best friend's playlist:
$ vagalumectl playlist USERNAME
Please notice that quotes are recommended around parameters that might contain white spaces, such as tag or artist , e.g:
$ vagalumectl tag "hard rock"
$ vagalumectl artist "Led Zeppelin"
AUTHORThis manpage has been written by Mario Sanchez Prada <[email protected]>