Store mp3 playlist on variable and play with mpg123

PLAYLIST=$(ls -1) ; mpg123 -C $PLAYLIST
On my music directory, I create variable that contains all mp3s files, then I play them with mpg123. -C options enable terminal control key, s for stop, p for pause, f for forward to next song.

2009-03-19 17:20:28

What Others Think

What's the point of the variable?
ozymandias · 699 weeks and 5 days ago
I've make a mistake,it's a simple variable,not an enviroment variable
servermanaged · 699 weeks and 5 days ago
mpg123 $(ls -1)
mpb · 699 weeks and 5 days ago
makes no sense
maht · 699 weeks and 5 days ago
for me had a sense :)
servermanaged · 699 weeks and 4 days ago
How about: mpg123 *
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seofox · 38 weeks and 4 days ago

What do you think?

Any thoughts on this command? Does it work on your machine? Can you do the same thing with only 14 characters?

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