ANONRADIO (formerly SDF Radio) is a streaming “internet radio station”.
To see the program schedule, visit http://anonradio.net
The easiest way to start listening is to visit http://anonradio.net/listen in your web browser, and launch the web player.
Alternatively, you can use your favorite media player to open the live stream at “http://anonradio.net:8000/anonradio”
Don't know how to do that? Fear not! Below are instructions for how to do that with some popular media players.
To get around occasional drops in the stream which may occur when DJs/programs are changing, select Playback -> Repeat One.
Using the GUI:
Using the ncurses interface (“nvlc”):
Or, if you start VLC from the command line, you can specify the stream to open:
$ vlc "http://anonradio.net:8000/anonradio"
At your shell, type:
$ mplayer http://anonradio.net:8000/anonradio
This one's a little different — wait, no it's not. At your shell, type:
$ mpv "http://anonradio.net:8000/anonradio"
At the shell:
$ play -t mp3 http://anonradio.net:8000/anonradio.m3u
note: the “play” command is part of the “SoX” program.
To make it more useful for ANONRADIO use, it's helpful to put it into a shell script like so:
"#!/bin/sh -e # anonradio - streams SDF ANONradio via sox(1); # retries automatically if stream dropped if [ -x $(which sox) ]; then trap 'printf "\n anonradio stream terminated... \n" && exit 0' 2 clear while [ 1 ] do clear printf "\nSDF ANONradio - http://anonradio.net - ^C to cancel\n" sox -V0 -t mp3 http://anonradio.net:8000/anonradio.m3u -d sleep 5 done else echo 'sox(1) not found or not executable - exiting...' exit 1 fi exit 0"
The above script will automatically reconnect to the anonradio stream if it gets dropped due to a DJ change or network abberation. Stream is terminated using the CNTL+C keys. See the “sox(1)” manpage for the full list of options.
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