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How can I play a .ogg music file on the command line? On Linux I can use ogg123, but what about on Mac?

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You can still use ogg123 through the The Ogg Vorbis CODEC tools, installed through the MacPorts Project.

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It's seems good, i installed the vorbis-tools so how i play now? afplay not play and have no command ogg123. –  ademar111190 Apr 18 '13 at 17:56
    
On the first link I give you says that there's a configuration argument which is: --enable-ogg123. I guess you'll need to use it. –  Thecafremo Apr 18 '13 at 18:52
    
understood :), i dont know the macports very well, i try pass the argument like as follow: "sudo port install vorbis-tools configure.args=--enable-ogg123" but dont works, its correctly? –  ademar111190 Apr 18 '13 at 19:29
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