I don't necessarily agree with the above statement about where you should install Squeezebox Server (now called Logitech Media Server or LMS). Installing to a computer is probably best if you have a big collection of music saved to the hard disk or network storage.Man in a van wrote:Did you comply with this part of the instructions?
The minimum you need to get started is an account at mysqueezebox.com, which will give you access to content over the internet. However, to get the most out of SqueezePlay you should install Squeezebox Server onto your computer. This will serve out any music on your system to SqueezePlay, Logitech’s own Squeezeboxes and many DLNA compatible devices. You can also install plugins to the server, which will add features such as Spotify support and BBC iPlayer radio streaming.
However, if you only want to use streaming radio or Spotify, you can install LMS to the same USB stick as Squeezeplay. This is how I use it and it is more energy efficient and works great as a server to 3 Jogglers running Squeezeplay OS. Who needs Sonos?