Philip Lyons Oneonta, United States of America
Cantata 2.2.0 Audioplayers
Score 87%
13 Dislikes
Sep 29 2017
Doesn't seem to want to compile with glibc 2.17 pthread. Throws DSO error and end of compilation as follows:

Linking CXX executable cantata-replaygain
/usr/lib/gcc/i486-slackware-linux/4.8.2/../../../../i486-slackware-linux/bin/ld: /usr/lib/gcc/i486-slackware-linux/4.8.2/../../../libavcodec.a(pthread.o): undefined reference to symbol 'pthread_join@@GLIBC_2.0'
/usr/lib/gcc/i486-slackware-linux/4.8.2/../../../../i486-slackware-linux/bin/ld: note: 'pthread_join@@GLIBC_2.0' is defined in DSO /lib/ so try adding it to the linker command line
/lib/ could not read symbols: Invalid operation
collect2: error: ld returned 1 exit status
make[2]: *** [replaygain/cantata-replaygain] Error 1
make[1]: *** [replaygain/CMakeFiles/cantata-replaygain.dir/all] Error 2
make: *** [all] Error 2
Feb 27 2014
Perl Audio Converter 5.0.1 Audio
Score 86%
14 Dislikes
Jan 13 2014
I'll be sure to include that in the next release. Thanks for the heads up! =) Apr 04 2008
If you can email me one of your .amr files I will add it in the next release (if possible). Nov 21 2007
Any and all problems relating to the Debian package should be referred to it's maintainer. You might also try installing from the source package and seeing if that has any effect. Nov 04 2007
I'll see what I can do. =) Nov 02 2007
sorry for the late reply, and I'm glad you found a solution to your problem. Out of curiosity, is this php script of yours on a publicly available website? Oct 23 2007
You can use the konqueror servicemenu in dolphin by copying $KDEDIR/share/apps/konqueror/servicemenus/pacpl.desktop to $KDEDIR/share/apps/dolphin/servicemenus

As for what specific packages you need installed, it would help to know what distribution you are running. If it's (K)Ubuntu you will need the Ubuntu restricted extras package. Oct 05 2007
The KDE root directory differs in SuSE, therefore you would need to use the following:

make KDEDIR=/opt/kde3 install Sep 24 2007
awesome. thanks. Sep 11 2007
absolutely. I'll be sure and put that in there myself as well. Sep 10 2007
This should no longer be an issue as of 4.0.0beta1. Sep 08 2007
Well in theory running the following:

pacpl-install -i all

as root should install the required modules, binaries, etc. There are also many packages available for various distributions including Slackware, Debian, & SuSe. All of which are what you would call "Self-Installing Binaries". Feel free to email me regarding any installation troubles, or any other problems you may have with the application. Jun 27 2007
Great. If you can give me a link to / send me the file I would be happy to post it. Feb 25 2007
You need to install Test::Pod::Coverage

perl -MCPAN -e 'install Test::Pod::Coverage' Jan 19 2007
This happens when you run pacpl-install outside the installation directory. pacpl-install is placed in your $PATH for three reasons which are as follows:

1) To remove pacpl should you have the urge: pacpl-install -u all

2) To (re)install the tagging modules: pacpl-install -i tags

3) To check / see which applications / modules you have installed: pacpl-install -c

Note: pacpl-install is NOT a self-install binary. It does not contain any of the required installation files. Using the '-i all' option, or any other associated install option (with the exception of '-i tags') outside the source directory will produce undesired results. Nov 18 2006
Thank you, and your welcome! Nov 14 2006
Are you sure /usr/local/doc/pacpl-3.2.3 wasn't just left over from a previous install? Nov 04 2006
Please check and make sure cdparanoia is working properly. You might also want to try looking in /var/log/messages and make sure the CD is actually being read. Nov 01 2006
If you could give me an URL to download an FLV file I'll see what I can do. Sep 22 2006
perl -MCPAN -e 'install Audio::APETags' Jun 12 2006
You'll need to install Audio::APETags Jun 11 2006
Well that's a first. I am however glad that you got it working. =) May 14 2006
By the might want to be sure you have "make" installed on your system. Apr 19 2006
Please direct all bug reports to Apr 19 2006
You need FAAC 1.24+ (UNSTABLE) installed Aug 05 2005
If your KDE installation directory is located in /opt/kde then the -x option is not required. However, if you (for example) have KDE installed in /usr/local/kde then you would need to specify the following:

./ -i -k -x /usr/local/kde

Hope this answers your question. If you are not sure where kde is installed, type:

echo $KDEDIR

on the command prompt. Jun 24 2005
Tellico 3.0 Database
Score 86%
14 Dislikes
Nov 22 2016
Just a heads up...the download link above still points to v1.2.13. Sep 29 2007
Wav / Mp3 to Ogg 1.2 Dolphin Service Menus
Score 58%
42 Dislikes
Feb 03 2006
And the above comment by Labrum is what I like to call "Shameless Advertising". BUT BEING SHAMELESS MYSELF!

PAC does this, along with what audioKonverter does, and I quote "much, much more" ;) Feb 02 2006
Album Shaper 2.1 Graphics
Score 77%
23 Dislikes
Apr 11 2005
First off I want to say congrats on the app, very nice...but I do have one request. How about a default album? For instance, I created "My Album", and everytime I open Sharper Album, it opens my album, not a new one. And granted I realize it's very simple to "Open Recent", but it would save a little time. Apr 11 2005
KDE Control Center Ideas Various KDE 1.-4. Stuff
Score 74%
26 Dislikes
Mar 22 2005
I for one like the look. And I also think that those who make comparisons to windows (which I haven't used for 7 some odd years) are kind of like homophobes, only on an operating system level, and therefore have no brain. It's kind of like saying "I hate corvettes" but one day you see a particular corvette that has really nice rims, but you don't dare get those rims and bash those who do because they're on a car you hate. Makes a lot of sense, doesn't it? Keep up the good work. =) Mar 22 2005
My-Info 1.0 Utilities
Score 63%
37 Dislikes
Feb 04 2005
The Window Decorations found in the previews can be found at

=) Feb 05 2005
What-is-my-IP 1.0 Network
Score 61%
39 Dislikes
Oct 25 2004
A simple bash script accomplishes this task as well...


wget 1>/dev/null 2>/dev/null

MYIP=`cat index.html | cut -d: -f2 | cut -d\< -f1`

rm index.html

echo "My WAN address is: $MYIP"
exit 0 Oct 26 2004
going to dyndns or no-ip would solve this issue as well. =) Oct 25 2004