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It can play files from the web in addition to local files. It is built on
, so it might run other places where node.js can be installed, like
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on Friday, June 26 2015 @ 23:08 CEST
Yes - tested now. First install
from ports (which installs node.js), then do
# npm install castnow -g
and you have castnow installed on FreeBSD. Works with YouTube and other videos.
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