freevo - Open source digital jukebox

Property Value
Distribution FreeBSD 11
Repository FreeBSD Ports Latest i386
Package filename freevo-1.9.0_20.txz
Package name freevo
Package version 1.9.0
Package release 20
Package architecture i386
Package type txz
Category multimedia
License GPLv2
Download size 21.11 MB
Installed size 45.82 MB
Freevo is an open-source digital video jukebox (PVR, DVR) based on Linux
in addition to a number of open-source audio/video tools. MPlayer is
used to play audio and video files. MPlayer is an excellent media player
that can play most popular file formats. Freevo can be used both for a
standalone PVR computer with a TV+remote, as well as on a regular
desktop computer using the monitor and keyboard.
Freevo is easy to download and install for new users. Most hardware is
supported (graphic boards, sound cards and video capture devices).
The Freevo core is under heavy development. It is mostly written in the
Python programming language which is very well suited for high-level
control applications like Freevo.
Groups: freevo
- NLS: on
Freevo is now installed.  It might be a good idea to read the docs
in /usr/local/share/doc/freevo-1.9.0
You will need to ensure that the directory /var/db/freevo/tv is on
a filesystem with lots of space.  The default location may not be
adequate.  One possibility is to create a freevo TV directory on a
suitable filesystem, then create a symlink to it from /var/db/freevo/tv.
Freevo requires procfs to be mounted on /proc. You can do this by
adding the following entry to your /etc/fstab:
proc	/proc	procfs	rw	0 0
Without this freevo will not shut down correctly.
To get freevo up and running copy and edit:
su freevo
freevo setup
freevo start recordserver
freevo start
and also:
freevo --help
Freevo can be configured to start on boot by setting the following
variables in /etc/rc.conf:
freevo_enable="YES"			enables Freevo subsystem
freevo_recordserver_enable="YES"	starts record server
freevo_webserver_enable="YES"		starts record server
freevo_gui_enable="YES"			starts Freevo GUI


Package Version Architecture Repository
freevo-1.9.0_20.txz 1.9.0 amd64 FreeBSD Ports Latest
freevo-1.9.0_19.txz 1.9.0 i386 FreeBSD Ports Quarterly
freevo-1.9.0_19.txz 1.9.0 amd64 FreeBSD Ports Quarterly
freevo - - -


Name Value
aumix = 2.9.1_1
gettext-runtime = 0.20.1
mencoder =
mplayer =
p5-xmltv = 0.5.70
py27-beautifulsoup32 = 3.2.1_1
py27-game = 1.9.6_1
py27-kaa-base = 0.6.0_12
py27-kaa-imlib2 = 0.2.3_13
py27-kaa-metadata = 0.7.7_17
py27-numeric = 24.2_4
py27-pillow = 6.0.0_1
py27-setuptools = 41.0.1
py27-twisted = 18.9.0_1
py27-zope.interface = 4.6.0
python27 = 2.7.16_1


Type URL
Binary Package freevo-1.9.0_20.txz
Source Package multimedia/freevo

Install Howto

Install freevo txz package:

# pkg install freevo

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