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Mike's Jukebox Distro

Mike's Jukebox Distro is really just a floppy image that you add to a CD full of mp3's, using it as the El-Torito boot image. It has a complete Linux kernel and madplay, along with BusyBox. A simple shell script uses "find" to get a list of all mp3's on the CD, and it then plays each of them in order. tty3 is used for the player output, tty1, and tty2 have shells to allow the user to "play" while it's playing music.

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  •  29 Sep 2001 04:08

    Release Notes: Some modifications have been made to the boot floppy creator within BusyBox. It is now easy for anybody to make a boot floppy.


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