Below are details of the files and components of LiMP, which will be of particular interest to those who wish to modify Linux Multimedia Player to meet their own needs (see the “Optimizing LiMP” section).
NOTE: Make sure that the files and folders “grldr”, “\grub”, \grub\“menu.lst” , “\limp” , \limp\“limp.img” and \limp\“mpl_ker” are in small case.
Directory /File info:
wallpaper.jpg - User can replace this file with his favorite wallpaper and that will be used as wallpaper in LiMP
grldr – Grub loader ( for windows 2K / XP setup )
grub – Contains:
menu.lst - a setup file for grub loader
grub.exe - grub file for Windows 9x
grub/sample_config.sys - sample file for using grub in windows 9x
isolinux – Folder necessary for bootable cdrom
help – Help files for LiMP
limp – This is the main directory for LiMP program, and this has to be copied to one of the hard disk partition “root” directory, to get extra features. Contains:
codecs – This contains the extra codecs needed for LiMP (Quicktime, wma, wmv, etc.)
dri – This has the display enhancement drivers
font – To support various language subtitles, this font file will be used. More fonts can be downloaded from the mplayer web site, mplayerhq.hu . Extract and copy the font.desc and other files here. This will be used by mplayer when watching video. This font folder contains:
subfont.ttf – Mplayer also supports “ttf” fonts. If you have “arialuni.ttf” (it supports Cyrillic, Hebrew, etc) just copy it here and rename to “subfont.ttf”
gconv – Support files for multi language subtitles
help – Contains help files and this help file can be accessed from “LiMP – help”
xmms – Contains:
skins – Folder for skins, that will be used by xmms insideLiMP. Winamp skins are also supported. Just copy your winamp skins to this folder. To make your favorite skin to be loaded automatically, add “default” as the starting name to the preferred skin file. Make sure only one file has default as its starting name.
In LINUX all FILES' / FOLDERS' names are CASE SENSITIVE. So be careful when replacing the FILE / FOLDER Names.
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