1. Install homebrew
ruby -e "$(curl -fsSkL raw.github.com/mxcl/homebrew/go)"
2. Check installation
3. Fix any issues
I had the message "Warning: /usr/bin occurs before /usr/local/bin"...
To fix this, edit "/etc/paths" and change the order of the directories.
On re-running "brew doctor", you should hopefully now get the message "Your system is ready to brew."
4. Install "streamripper"
brew install streamripper
5. Run streamripper
streamripper http://(your stream URL here)
6. Play files
If you want to listen to your MP3 recordings from the command-line, you can use the built-in OS X "afplay" command.
Homebrew NotesHere are some additional notes on homebrew.
Software is installed into directories inside "/usr/local/Cellar/" with symbolic links created in "/usr/local/bin".
For example, after installing "streamripper", a directory "/usr/local/Cellar/streamripper" will be created (along with some other dependencies), and a symbolic link "/usr/local/bin/streamripper" will be created which points to "../Cellar/streamripper/1.64.6/bin/streamripper"
To get the latest packages and homebrew: -
Upgrade the installed software with: -
These commands can be combined as: -
brew update && brew upgrade
brew uninstall imagemagick
There is a great on-line package browser here: http://braumeister.org/