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vagalumectl(1) FreeBSD General Commands Manual vagalumectl(1)

vagalumectl - Remotely control Vagalume via its D-Bus interface

vagalumectl [command]

This 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.

play
Start playing the last selected radio.
skip
Skip to the next song.
stop
Stop playing.
love
Mark the current song as 'loved'.
ban
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
Start Vagalume (unless already running).
close
Close Vagalume (unless already closed).
help
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"

vagalume(1)

This manpage has been written by Mario Sanchez Prada <msanchez@igalia.com>
2010-10-30

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