Squeezeboxserver

mediaserver

The goal is to create an openSUSE audiophile distribution which provide an audio service through a squeezeboxserver. An Image system for x86_64, (got some trouble with Raspberry PI2 architecture which is an horror, sharing same bus for ethernet and ethernet is really a bad choice....). Goal is to be able to run the service on a computer connected to a DAC using USB.

Official web site for squeezebox.com, download.slimdevices.com,

Packages

Package is now available and usable for openSUSE13.2 at home:aginies

Note: libmediascan is broken now, need a fix (missing symbols). So the logitechmediaserver provide the Scan.so lib to get this working until i get a proper fix.

Working on squeezeplay to get a Graphical interface under X.

Studio Image

SUSE Image Studio now available

Looking for hackers with the skills:

linux audio audiophile arm64 distribution opensuse

This project is part of:

Hack Week 12

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  • about 6 years ago: aginies liked this project.
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  • about 6 years ago: aginies added keyword "arm64" to this project.
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  • about 6 years ago: aginies added keyword "opensuse" to this project.
  • about 6 years ago: aginies added keyword "linux" to this project.
  • about 6 years ago: aginies added keyword "audio" to this project.
  • about 6 years ago: aginies added keyword "audiophile" to this project.
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    • kfreitag
      about 6 years ago by kfreitag | Reply

      Nice related project is Volumio Something like that based on openSUSE would be great. The volumio webapp could certainly be ported to openSUSE, I was already thinking about packaging it. Do you plan to have MPD on the system?

    • aginies
      about 6 years ago by aginies | Reply

      Initial plan is to have logitechmediaserver aka squeezeboxserver, and get a bootable and installable image to a system (first x86_64). MPD could be an option, but to be connected to a DAC there is no need of MPD. I am currently using "daphile", based on gentoo, but there is not really open. My plan is to get something similar with openSUSE, and get this on Arm64. I didn't test volumio yet, still waiting for my RPI2....

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