WorkMan Audio CD-ROM Player
by Steven Grimm

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Operating System: Linux
File Size: 172 K
License: Freeware (All Free software)
License Conditions:
System Requirements:

XFree86, Openwin Libraries, CD-ROM drive

Last Updated: 1997-11-23
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Software Description

WorkMan is a graphical tool for playing audio compact discs on a CD-ROM drive. It has most of the features available on standalone CD players, such as a shuffle mode, programmable playlists, and elapsed/remaining timers. But it also has extra features, foremost of which is the ability to store information about CDs in a database, then automatically extract that information when the CD is inserted later. WorkMan stores the artist's name, the disc title, the names of individual tracks, and even remembers which tracks you don't want to hear! All in an easy-to-use, attractive OPEN LOOK graphical interface.

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i want you to send cd player to me

pls i reely need this workman cd player.

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WorkMan mailing lists

There are WorkMan mailing lists available:
workman-announce@txt.com Announcements
workman-users@txt.com WorkMan user discussion/support
workman-dev@txt.com Development issues/coordination

To subscribe, write a mail to listproc@txt.com with one or
more subscribe commands in the message body:

subscribe <list name> <real name>

Example:

From: address@to.subscribe
To: listproc@txt.com
Subject: no subject

subscribe workman-announce Dirk Foersterling
subscribe workman-users Dirk Foersterling

Re: WorkMan mailing lists

: There are WorkMan mailing lists available:
: workman-announce@txt.com Announcements
: workman-users@txt.com WorkMan user discussion/support
: workman-dev@txt.com Development issues/coordination

: To subscribe, write a mail to listproc@txt.com with one or
: more subscribe commands in the message body:

: subscribe <list name> <real name>

: Example:

: From: address@to.subscribe
: To: listproc@txt.com
: Subject: no subject

: subscribe workman-announce Dirk Foersterling
: subscribe workman-users Dirk Foersterling

Re: WorkMan mailing lists

: There are WorkMan mailing lists available:
: workman-announce@txt.com Announcements
: workman-users@txt.com WorkMan user discussion/support
: workman-dev@txt.com Development issues/coordination

: To subscribe, write a mail to listproc@txt.com with one or
: more subscribe commands in the message body:

: subscribe <list name> <real name>

: Example:

: From: address@to.subscribe
: To: listproc@txt.com
: Subject: no subject

: subscribe workman-announce Dirk Foersterling
: subscribe workman-users Dirk Foersterling

Installing Workman on a SPARC 1 Ultra

How do I de-compress a .tgz file

Thanks,
Mark Eversole

Re: Installing Workman on a SPARC 1 Ultra

:
: How do I de-compress a .tgz file

: Thanks,
: Mark Eversole

goto the URL posted above or below, find GNUzip for your cpu and OS version
tar -xf GNUzip*.tar
pkgadd -d. GNUzip
then
/usr/local/bin/gunzip *.tgz
then
tar -xf *.tar

WorkMan CD player

I don't know where this message will end up. I hope it makes its
way to some sort of maintainer.

I opened the following URL
http://www.hitsquad.com/smm/programs/WorkMan_Audio_CD-ROM_Player/

I found some Links to the WorkMan CD player. The links seem to point
to old versions. The most recent WorkMan versions can
be found at ftp://ftp.midwinter.com/WorkMan/

The "Made By" contains correct information, but WorkMan
is no longer maintained by Steven Grimm. If someone wants
to contact a person working on WorkMan, that person should
contact me, milliByte@DeathsDoor.com, the current WorkMan
maintainer. See also http://www.midwinter.com/workman.

Re: WorkMan CD player

: I don't know where this message will end up. I hope it makes its
: way to some sort of maintainer.

: I opened the following URL
: http://www.hitsquad.com/smm/programs/WorkMan_Audio_CD-ROM_Player/

: I found some Links to the WorkMan CD player. The links seem to point
: to old versions. The most recent WorkMan versions can
: be found at ftp://ftp.midwinter.com/WorkMan/

: The "Made By" contains correct information, but WorkMan
: is no longer maintained by Steven Grimm. If someone wants
: to contact a person working on WorkMan, that person should
: contact me, milliByte@DeathsDoor.com, the current WorkMan
: maintainer. See also http://www.midwinter.com/workman.

I need to read from you, the product present, the cost and other catalouge contaninig it.

Re: WorkMan CD player

: I don't know where this message will end up. I hope it makes its
: way to some sort of maintainer.

: I opened the following URL
: http://www.hitsquad.com/smm/programs/WorkMan_Audio_CD-ROM_Player/

: I found some Links to the WorkMan CD player. The links seem to point
: to old versions. The most recent WorkMan versions can
: be found at ftp://ftp.midwinter.com/WorkMan/

: The "Made By" contains correct information, but WorkMan
: is no longer maintained by Steven Grimm. If someone wants
: to contact a person working on WorkMan, that person should
: contact me, milliByte@DeathsDoor.com, the current WorkMan
: maintainer. See also http://www.midwinter.com/workman.

Re: WorkMan CD player

: I don't know where this message will end up. I hope it makes its
: way to some sort of maintainer.

: I opened the following URL
: http://www.hitsquad.com/smm/programs/WorkMan_Audio_CD-ROM_Player/

: I found some Links to the WorkMan CD player. The links seem to point
: to old versions. The most recent WorkMan versions can
: be found at ftp://ftp.midwinter.com/WorkMan/

: The "Made By" contains correct information, but WorkMan
: is no longer maintained by Steven Grimm. If someone wants
: to contact a person working on WorkMan, that person should
: contact me, milliByte@DeathsDoor.com, the current WorkMan
: maintainer. See also http://www.midwinter.com/workman.

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