How to Pyradio client on Debian
PyRadio is open source and free. It allows you to listen to streaming radio stations via the command line. With PyRadio, you can add, edit, play and switch between your own selected list of streaming radio stations. It might seem complicated to use a command-line client to play music, but in reality, it is a simple solution that functions much like a dashboard on which your favorite songs can be picked. In this article, we’ll go over how to install and use it.
Step 1: Getting your system up and running
- Sign in to your system or register a newly created one by logging in to your VPSie account.
- Connect by SSH using the credentials we emailed you.
- Once you have logged into your Debian instance, run these commands to update your system.
# sudo apt update # sudo apt -y upgrade
Step 2: Installing Pyradio
You can install it using the following command if you are using an older version of the OS:
# apt-get install snapd
Installing Pyradio now requires the snap. Type this command in Terminal:
# snap install pyradio
The installation of Py radio on your system has been successful. If you would like to uninstall this, run the following command.
# snap remove pyradio
Step 3: Using Pyradio
Use the following commands to start the player, which will play a random station:
# pyradio --play
When you enter the above command, you will be brought to the player window, Thanks for reading! I hope it was informative for you!