Radio? Sure!


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RadioSure is a neat radio app that will open up a world of new music. This great little tool is now in its 2nd version, and it just keeps getting better!

* Download here:

RadioSure allows you to browse through a huge variety of stations, sorting by language, country, genre and title. You can also add new stations and toggle a variety of configuration settings that run from enabling hotkeys to recording radio. There are various ways of listen to RadioSure – via the main interface, minimized to a smaller bar, or minimized completely to the taskbar. The taskbar option will let you carry out the majority of actions you need by right-clicking.

* It has the ability to record streams. MP3 streams are always recorded with the original bitrate because there is no encoding performed at all. The stream is just written into the file as is.

* Free stations database, over 30000 stations.



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splat Sunday 24 February 2019 at 1:51
splat Anonymous



I did a manual install of this program. This program works without having to do anything special. EXCEPT: you have to manually add the launch icon.



I am running Debian Stretch (stable)

I am running wine-4.0 (Debian 4.0-1~bpo9+2) from Debian backports.


This step tells Debian to use the i386 architecture as well as amd64. You should do this even if you do not follow the backports instructions below.

I origianally had a lot of problems with wine and it was because of not doing this.

# dpkg --add-architecture i386

# apt update

# apt upgrade (make sure all your software is up to date!)


To install from backports, first add backports to your repos.

# echo "deb stretch-backports main" | tee /etc/apt/sources.list.d/stretch-backports.list

# apt update

Then install (or re-install) Wine:

# apt install \
      wine/stretch-backports \
      wine32/stretch-backports \
      wine64/stretch-backports \
      libwine/stretch-backports \
      libwine:i386/stretch-backports \

This will install Wine 4.?.? from backports, and should give improved compatibility.


Also, I create a 32bit wine prefix:

$ WINEARCH=win32 WINEPREFIX=~/.wine wine wineboot


Then I run winetricks and install core fonts to the default wine prefix (~/.wine)


If you are using an unmodified "sources.list" file, you may need to add "contrib" to your repositories:

# nano /etc/apt/sources.list

deb stretch main contrib

deb stretch/updates main contrib


This is because winetricks is located in the "contrib" section.


An unrelated FYI... If you use multimedia applications you might want to do the following to get newer/updated software... I'm pretty sure this will also work with Ubuntu.

Add to your repos. Check out their software!


# echo "deb stretch main non-free" | tee /etc/apt/sources.list.d/deb-multimedia.list


AFTER following the instructions on their home page to install their keyring, do this:

# apt update

# apt upgrade








Edited by splat