How to Listen to the “Gradio”: A GNU/Linux Internet Radio Application


While I’m working lightly, I listen to BBC World News and while I’m working more intensely, I switch the gradio to classical, swapping between Swiss Radio and Audiophile.

The gradio?

Why, yes! It’s a GNU/Linux radio application for listening to online broadcasts.

gradio

How to Install

Type three simple terminal commands to:

  1. Add the Gradio repository to your system’s software update list.
  2. Update your system’s list of available software (now tapping into the new repository).
  3. Install the Gradio software to your system.

Here are the three commands (feel free to copy and paste the first one, to ensure proper spelling):

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:haecker-felix/gradio-daily

sudo apt-get update

sudo apt-get install gradio

Enjoy!

 

Dr. Ryan C. MacPherson is the founding president of Into Your Hands LLC and the author of several books, including Rediscovering the American Republic (2 vols.) and Debating Evolution before Darwinism. He lives with his wife Marie and their homeschooled children in Mankato, Minnesota, where he teaches American history, history of science, and bioethics at Bethany Lutheran College. He also serves as President of the Hausvater Project, which mentors Christian parents. For more information, visit www.ryancmacpherson.com.

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