Package Details: headphones 0.6.3-1

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Package Base: headphones
Description: Music downloader for usenet and torrents.
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Keywords: downloader music nzb torrent
Licenses: GPL-3.0-only
Conflicts: headphones
Submitter: Anthony25
Maintainer: zxp19821005
Last Packager: zxp19821005
Votes: 15
Popularity: 0.000000
First Submitted: 2015-08-09 16:30 (UTC)
Last Updated: 2024-05-27 09:34 (UTC)

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zxp19821005 commented on 2023-03-31 00:43 (UTC)

@luciferin Thank you,I've fixed that.

luciferin commented on 2023-03-30 15:59 (UTC)

Your .service file is point towards /usr/lib/headphones, but the package is installed to /opt/headphones/

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.