NetJuke
NetJuke 1.0rc2
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PHP solution for distributing MP3 music files.   Free
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Netjuke is an Open Source / Free Software Audio Streaming Jukebox designed to provide a centralized and searchable repository of music to individuals, and/or small communities (family, company, school, hotel, etc.). The server-side components and installer are powered by PHP, and an increasing choice of databases. The interface is Web-based, can be accessed through a Javascript & Cookies enabled browser and tries to escape the filesystem metaphor other products are adopting.
Requirements
PPC, Mac OS X 10.1 or later, PHP 4.1 or later, MySQL or PostgreSQL formatted database app installed on server.






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Anonymous reviewed on 04 Jan 2004
Kicks ass. Once you get over the fear of installing MySQL and whatnot, this is one awesome application.. and it's free!
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Downloads:5,175
Version Downloads:1,946
Type:Internet : Servers
License:Free
Date:21 Aug 2003
Platform:PPC 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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Netjuke is an Open Source / Free Software Audio Streaming Jukebox designed to provide a centralized and searchable repository of music to individuals, and/or small communities (family, company, school, hotel, etc.). The server-side components and installer are powered by PHP, and an increasing choice of databases. The interface is Web-based, can be accessed through a Javascript & Cookies enabled browser and tries to escape the filesystem metaphor other products are adopting.


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