(Glirnath is a Sindarin word meaning 'web-song' or 'song-web'.)

Current version: 0.30
Updated: November 5, 2004
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coded by Payton
Please contact me with any suggestions, changes, bugs, or patches.

The Glirnath is a web utility to browse and play audio files on a remote unix computer dedicated to be a music jukebox, implemented using PHP and Perl. The Glirnath does not stream music to the local computers, but rather acts as a remote agent to play music on the server itself (hook it up to your stereo or something).

Access can be controlled by a special list of IP addresses contained on the server, so it's mostly safe, although if you want to let a whole lot of people control the music playing on your stereo, that's up to you.

Try it out and see for yourself. There's some screenshots over to the left to show you what it's all about.

All This thanks to the kind folks at sourceforge:
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