Package Details: headphones 0.6.0-1

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Package Base: headphones
Description: Music downloader for usenet and torrents.
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Keywords: downloader music nzb torrent
Licenses: GPL3
Conflicts: headphones-git
Submitter: Anthony25
Maintainer: None
Last Packager: AraneusRota
Votes: 15
Popularity: 0.000000
First Submitted: 2015-08-09 16:30 (UTC)
Last Updated: 2023-01-03 19:22 (UTC)

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rembo10 commented on 2021-10-15 08:13 (UTC)

Hey just as a heads up there is a new release

Anthony25 commented on 2017-07-02 18:06 (UTC)

It seems that the headphones maintainer has changed their way to draft new versions, prefering keeping a master branch stable with regular fixes without having to release a new version. It has not been confirmed by him but is only my opinion. I keep this package, but I also created a -git version based on master here:

Anthony25 commented on 2017-02-01 18:22 (UTC)

@ldclrcq: it consumes a lot of memory, compared to couchpotato for example (200MB for headphones), but it does not appear to leak anymore.

fallst4r commented on 2017-02-01 10:54 (UTC)

Is the memory leak problem corrected ?

slip commented on 2016-02-02 00:52 (UTC)

Okay, glad it's not just me. That's always a bit scary when it isn't duplicated. I've downgraded for now. If nothing comes up, I'll try to upgrade and debug later in the week when I get more free time.

Anthony25 commented on 2016-02-01 12:05 (UTC)

@10479: Yep, same thing for me, but I haven't tried to debug it yet.

slip commented on 2016-02-01 04:59 (UTC)

Anyone else have a nasty memory leak after the update? I saw an old post on git about it and how to debug it, which I haven't done... But just stopping headphones from running stops the memory leak. I have 32GB and had soaked up 50% of that. I rebooted and the leak continued. I stopped headphones and the leak stopped. Anyone else?

Anthony25 commented on 2015-12-20 12:52 (UTC) (edited on 2015-12-20 12:52 (UTC) by Anthony25)

@dominicm: Sorry, I totally forgot to answer… The headphones.tmpfile is exactly here to solve the problem you had: it is used by systemd-tmpfiles to create the headphones folder in /var/run at boot (or when doing systemd-tmpfiles --create). It is standard, you do not have to run it.

dominicm commented on 2015-10-30 12:00 (UTC)

What exactly does headphones.tmpfile script do (I cant find the source)? When does one need to run it, always or maybe just when upgrading? Doesn't seem intuitive to me at all...

Anthony25 commented on 2015-10-29 14:07 (UTC)

@dominicm: Hello, I will not add a check in my PKGBUILD because systemd-tmpfiles already handles it ;) Just run `systemd-tmpfiles --create` and then start the headphones service.