It's incomplete as of now. It's being developed on RedHat Linux 6.2 (and
7.0). Please see the TODO.
Songs * Aerosmith-Crazy.mp3 * Richard Marx-Hazard.mp3 SubDirectories * ABBA * PinkFloyd Other Bugs * mercury.it.iitb.ernet.in * xyph.it.iitb.ernet.inFurther, though, not implemented as yet, like in Edna, there would be 'Play all songs (recursively)' and 'Shuffle all songs (recursively)' or 'Play all songs' and 'Shuffle all songs' as the case might be.
Like Edna, a combination of Lynx and .mailcap, should be able to browse through the song listings at port 6666 (lynx http://localhost:6666/). The same interface should be available using WinAMP or RealPlayer. As of today, I don't know any other option to browse through the MP3z.
Maybe, in future, a command line interface is written to browse through
the songs. For eg, when starting up, the command line inteface (CLI)
will present a prompt, which can accept commands like 'ls', 'play',
'hunt', 'cd' and 'connect', each of which mean, listing the songs
available in the current directory at the current host, requesting a
song to be piped to mpg123 or similar command line MP3 player
(configurable), hunting for other neighbouring bugs, changing directory
and connecting to a remote bug.
The bugster checks the all subnet addresses of all the known bugs. It
also maintains a hash table of the IP addresses, it has already pinged
to avoid looping (for eg, my bugster running on 184.108.40.206 can find
out 220.127.116.11 as a bug which informs me that 18.104.22.168 is a
bug, to which I connect and so on).