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[LCFC] templates://mserv/{mserv.templates}

This is the last call for comments for the review of debconf
templates for mserv.

The reviewed templates will be sent on Friday, February 13, 2009 to the package
maintainer as a bug report and a mail will be sent to this list with
"[BTS]" as a subject tag.


Template: mserv/mp3_location
Type: string
_Description: Path to the root of the music archive:
 Mserv needs to know where its music files are located so that it can
 index them. The files don't need to be arranged in any special way.
 If no music files are available right now, just enter any directory name.
 In that case, mserv will not be able to play music. To index new music
 files in the future, you can run "dpkg-reconfigure mserv" to inform the
 program of their location.

Template: mserv/path_invalid
Type: boolean
Default: false
_Description: Really use unreadable directory?
 Mserv cannot access the directory path you specified. Please choose whether
 you want to use that path anyway.

Template: mserv/confirm_update
Type: boolean
Default: false
_Description: Really change the music archive location?
 By reconfiguring the location of the music archive when a
 trackinfo database already exists, you risk losing the track info
 database (ratings, last play times etc.).
Source: mserv
Section: sound
Priority: optional
Maintainer: Nick Estes <debian@nickstoys.com>
Build-Depends: sharutils, debhelper (>= 4.1.51), cdbs
Standards-Version: 3.6.1
Homepage: http://www.mserv.org 

Package: mserv
Architecture: any
Depends: adduser, debconf | debconf-2.0, ${shlibs:Depends}, ${perl:Depends}
Recommends: mpg321 | mpg123 | vorbis-tools | music123 | sox
Description: centralized multiuser music environment - server
 Mserv is a local network jukebox server. It features:
  - telnet-style control interface, remotely accessible from any
    appropriate client;
  - text databases for track information (author, name, year, genre,
    last play date, duration) and user ratings (awful, bad, neutral,
    good, superb);
  - queuing system (track, album, random album, etc.);
  - random play mode taking users' ratings into account;
  - search facilities, status information, statistics, etc.;
  - user management facilities, four levels of users, encrypted passwords;
  - talker style communication (say, emote etc.);
  - play, next, pause, stop, repeat, volume, bass, treble settings;
  - on-line and off-line track information editing;
  - advanced filter facilities (e.g. 'john=superb', '!good', 'year>1990',
    'duration<180', 'genre=pop', 'john=good|fred=unheard');
  - output via an external player, with support for mpg123, ogg123, etc.;
  - setuid wrapper provided for mpg123-compatible players, which can
    increase the nice level for low-capability processors.
 The packages mserv-cgi and mserv-client provide web-based and command-line
 interfaces; mserv-dev provides a development library.

Package: mserv-client
Architecture: any
Depends: ${shlibs:Depends}
Description: centralized multiuser music environment - command-line client
 Mserv is a local network jukebox server.
 This package contains a client protocol library and very simple command-line
 client for the mserv server.

Package: mserv-cgi
Architecture: all
Depends: mserv-client, apache | httpd, ${perl:Depends}
Description: centralized multiuser music environment - CGI scripts
 Mserv is a local network jukebox server.
 This package contains CGI scripts that can be used to access and control mserv
 from a web browser.

Package: mserv-dev
Section: devel
Architecture: any
Depends: mserv-client (= ${binary:Version})
Description: centralized multiuser music environment - development files
 Mserv is a local network jukebox server.
 This package contains the header files and static libraries needed
 for development.

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