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Analog VUmeter Skin 's


XMMS Theme

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Analog  VUmeter Skin 's

Analog  VUmeter Skin 's

Analog  VUmeter Skin 's

Link:  http://
Downloads:  77714
Submitted:  Nov 24 2006
Updated:  Feb 28 2010


Skins made for the

XMMS VU-meter plugin Version >= 0.9.2 (http://vumeterplugin.sourceforge.net/themes.php), which is dockable to the XMMS-Player and supports the LED-Clipping.

Audacious Analog VU meter plugin 0.8 from (http://www.netswarm.net/)

* Debian-Package "audacious-vumeter-0.8-1_i386.deb
* http://ubuntuforums.org/attachment.php?s=eea4696648109dc67e9f4dad929dc826&attachmentid=50405&d=1195253836

* RPM-Packages Vumeterplugin XMMS SuSE
* James Ogley (http://usr-local-bin.org) has build the Packages for all SuSE-Distributions.
* You can download it from following adress: (http://repos.opensuse.org/home:/Riggwelter/)
* Also have a visit to (http://oxfam.org.uk/in). -Thanks too-

* Package Vumeterplugin for Slackware 11.0

* SuSE-Distribution !!!
* To get the XMMS-Player working properly, install the packages "xmms" and "xmms-lib"
* from PACKMAN (http://packman.links2linux.de/package/xmms).

The Player-Skins can be downloaded from:

Almond Dark-Blue http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=41102
Ater Green http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=43630
bunjee blue&orange http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php/bunjee?content=71828
Digiblue http://www.winamp.com/skins/details.php?id=147657
Expensive HiFi http://www1.1001skins.com/skin_details.html?skin_id=2728
E_0008 http://www.customize.org/details/25431
iFraizer Edition http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=66663
Kore Player http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php/?content=56254
My First Sony http://www.winamp.com/skins/details/142821/reviews
NJOY http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=52067
Seamaster http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=31224
Vortigo http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=55440
Zen by ~k-raki http://www.deviantart.com/deviation/50847146/

To install a Player-Skin put the downloaded "*******.wsz" - File in the directory:
/home/~/.xmms/Skins ---- XMMS can read "*.wsz" - Files.
If You have downloaded a Tar-archive extract it to the same directory
( Actual version of the XMMS-Player is 1.2.10, needs only 2% CPU-Time )

Installation of the VU-meterplugin:

If there is no RPM-Package for Your Distribution available
You have to install from sources, don`t be afraid, it's easy !

1. Download and untar the Source-File from "Sourceforge" (http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=56771&package_id=52133)
2. Check whether You have installed the GCC Compiler on Your system and update
the XMMS-Player if necessary. Install the "XMMS-Devel Package" !!!
3. Open a console and become root, go into the untared directory of the vumeterplugin.
4. Run following 3 commands one after the other:
./configure or configure
make install
When You get an error-message, look at "google" to solve the problem !!!
5. The plugin is now installed. Next You have to make a new directory called VU_Meter_skins in Your local XMMS-directory (/home/~/.xmms/). Move
the "default" and the other Skins from the untared Plugin to the new directory.
Start XMMS and activate the VUmeter-plugin. Ready!
When it doesn't starts, then first have a look on the rights of the new files.

A detailed installation guidance for the plugin and the Skins You can
find under: (http://www.vivaolinux.com.br/dicas/verDica.php?codigo=7789)
or: (http://www.jellykernel.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=112&Itemid=25)


You can configure the plugin by clicking the button leftside top. I prefer
the settings You can see in the 2 windows of the screenshot.
There is also a config-file in each Skin-directory, there You can set
items as for example the color of the needles and more, more, more...


2010/02/28 More Skins for Audacious added
2010/02/21 Vortigo Skins for VUplugin 1.0.0 added
Links: Installationguides for

(Analog VUmeter Skin's (for VUmeter-Plugin 0.9.2))
(Link: Installationguide and Vu-meter Plugin XMMS)
(Link: Installationguide and Vu-meter for Audacious)
(Analog VUmeter Skin's (VU-Plugin 1.0.0))
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 by Jell on: Feb 25 2007
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For french people who doesn't understand how to install VU meter:


By the way, this skin is awesome !

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 Re: tuto

 by Jelly on: Jun 12 2009
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New link:


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 by auato on: Mar 15 2007
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I don't succeed change my skin :-(
I put extracted skin file in skin dir of XMMS, then I try to change skin in xmms (Alt-S>select new skin) but the skin doesn't change. The only skin changeable is default debian skin
XMMS ver. is 1.2.10

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 Re: problem

 by ottlux on: Mar 15 2007
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The Skin`s are for the "Analog VUmeter-plugin" of XMMS.
You must differentiate between Player-Skin and VUmeter-Skin.
To use other Player-Skins, put them into the skin directory of XMMS.
To use VUmeter-Skins You have first to install or to compile the
"Analog VUmeter-plugin" and to extract the VUmeter-Skins in the VU_Meter_skins directory.

Try first some Player-Skins and activate them with ALT-S in XMMS. When You like the
XMMS-Player and You want to have the additonal VUmeter-plugin, compile it.
Go step by step through my Installation-guidance for the plugin and have also a look
on other sides with explanations how to install the plugin:

Thank You for Your interest and I hope that will help You.

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 Re: Re: problem

 by auato on: Mar 16 2007
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Thank you for reply.

VUmeters plugin is ok and works well! I've complided VUMeter plugins and activate it. Very awesome!!! My prob., instead, is about xmms panel skins. All traditional skins work but not Almond or Digiblue or Expensive HiFi skins...

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 Re: Re: Re: problem

 by auato on: Mar 16 2007
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Ok, ok I didn't understud :-)

Skins are downloadable from links that you have noticed in your post (example for Expensive Hi-Fi http://www.1001skins.com/skin_details.html?skin_id=2728)

Problem solved!

Thanks a lot!

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 by ashesh0326 on: Apr 21 2007
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Absolutely gorgeous!

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 by Yeeze on: Sep 30 2007
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Hey does anybody know the name of the window decoration theme, its visible in the second screen shot, where the buttons look like they are handwritten?
I'm not talking about one of VUmeter skins, but of the window theme..!

Iknow its a little late...

Thanks for any help =)

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 Re: Theme

 by ottlux on: Sep 30 2007
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The Theme You are looking for
is called "Crystal".
You find it on KDE-Look:

It's beautiful, Enjoy it!


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 Good work!

 by nivada on: Aug 6 2008
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Very good !
Is the moon-clock a widget or how did
you made conky to display images ?

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 Re: Good work!

 by ottlux on: Aug 7 2008
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The System-Monitor is "GKrellM".
Backgrounds for GKrellM are available under (http://www.muhri.net/gkrellm/).
I use it with Plugins for Weather, Moon Clock, Volume and XMMS.

~ ottlux

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 by jayanramesh on: Feb 3 2010
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Dress makes a man? I was able to install uv meter in Jaunty but whenever I try to install it in 9.10 Karmic- 64 Bit it gives me the message " no make file found"Could you help me to solve this .

Thank you for this beautiful work.

J'nR Kombai
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 by jayanramesh on: Feb 4 2010
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I forced 32 bit uv meter into 64 bit and it is installed. Now how I get it worked?

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