I've been playing around with Rune Audio, and Arch Linux based MPD distro that runs on RPi devices...I like it. But it's missing things like an alarm clock (I've had my Squeeze Boom on my bedside table for over a decade now).
Does anyone have any other suggestions? MPD seems like the way to go. Kodi doesn't quite cut the mustard as an audio player...Rune Audio/MPD
is designed to be headless.
Does anyone have any other suggestions? MPD seems like the way to
go. Kodi doesn't quite cut the mustard as an audio player...Rune Audio/MPD is designed to be headless.
Chicken Head wrote to All <=-
So just a general question here...who is using Linux as a "media
center" of sorts? For...well, years now...I have been using Logitech Squeezebox devices as my main media boxes. The problem with this is
the damnable "Logitech Media Center"...formerly squeezecenter.
Logitech no longer supports any of it and I think maybe only one person
in the world is currently maintaining the thing. It was written in Perl and every time the OS updates perl...it breaks (don't ask me my
opinions on perl).
I'm kind of looking for both a server AND a client. For clarification...I've got a Squeezebox Boom box, and I've got the
remote control from one of their older "Duet" combos. Works great,
if you can keep the stupid logitech media server running between updates....but I give up on that.
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