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Quark is an audio player, for geeks, by geeks.

Quark is an audio player, for geeks, by geeks. It runs in the background with access provided via a FIFO in the filesystem. It uses Xine-lib for playing music, and can therefore play any file format supported by Xine.

Quark comes with a couple front-ends to make it more useful.

* charm-quark - a CLI interface
* strange-quark - a GTK System Tray interface

Download.

Recent releases:

3.24 - October 9, 2010
This is a minor bug-fix release: The translations were messed up in the last release, same with the icon for the editor window in strange-quark, and the autotools usage has been improved a bit.
3.23 - July 9, 2010
Quark is maintained again. This release uses a GtkStatusIcon instead of the custom trayicon widget, for it was using an ugly background when embedded in the LXDE panel. This also fixes an occasional crash in strange-quark when opening files. A patch used by many distributions to allow deprecated Gtk features is included.

You can see the source code or you can grab a copy of what we're working on, with git: git clone git://github.com/hsgg/quark.git quark


To build Quark, you will need the following (or newer):


Similar packages:

Ubuntu Resources:

Download Source Package quark:

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About Hugo Repetto

Ubuntu is a Linux distribution that offers an operating system predominantly focused on desktop computers but also provides support for servers. Based on Debian GNU / Linux, Ubuntu focuses on ease of use, freedom in usage restriction, regular releases (every 6 months) and ease of installation.
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