LMS in SqueezeplayerOS

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cszhy
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LMS in SqueezeplayerOS

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Hello all:

Just wondering is it possible to add LMS in the SqueezeplayerOS then the Joggler could work alone by itself as both a server and player
can I just install it by scripts? I think the biggest problem might be the internal space might not enough for that.

Thanks
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Re: LMS in SqueezeplayerOS

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cszhy wrote: Mon Sep 06, 2021 7:54 am Hello all:

Just wondering is it possible to add LMS in the SqueezeplayerOS then the Joggler could work alone by itself as both a server and player
can I just install it by scripts? I think the biggest problem might be the internal space might not enough for that.

Thanks
It did use to be possible, but there is very little room. :)

It might still be possible with a small usb stick that works with the Joggler.

It would also depend upon the Perl version installed with SQPOS as LMS does not support 32 bit binaries after a certain version.

Set up is really slow, but once working, capable enough.

A raspberry pi is a better option nowadays, with the Joggle as a controller

ronnie
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Re: LMS in SqueezeplayerOS

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Man in a van wrote: Mon Sep 06, 2021 4:47 pm
cszhy wrote: Mon Sep 06, 2021 7:54 am Hello all:

Just wondering is it possible to add LMS in the SqueezeplayerOS then the Joggler could work alone by itself as both a server and player
can I just install it by scripts? I think the biggest problem might be the internal space might not enough for that.

Thanks
It did use to be possible, but there is very little room. :)

It might still be possible with a small usb stick that works with the Joggler.

It would also depend upon the Perl version installed with SQPOS as LMS does not support 32 bit binaries after a certain version.

Set up is really slow, but once working, capable enough.

A raspberry pi is a better option nowadays, with the Joggle as a controller

ronnie
thanks Ronnie! currently I'm using a rock64 device running as a LMS server, it would be much easier for my mother if joggler can do all the work by itself
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Re: LMS in SqueezeplayerOS

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cszhy wrote: Tue Sep 07, 2021 11:58 am
Man in a van wrote: Mon Sep 06, 2021 4:47 pm
cszhy wrote: Mon Sep 06, 2021 7:54 am Hello all:

Just wondering is it possible to add LMS in the SqueezeplayerOS then the Joggler could work alone by itself as both a server and player
can I just install it by scripts? I think the biggest problem might be the internal space might not enough for that.

thanks Ronnie! currently I'm using a rock64 device running as a LMS server, it would be much easier for my mother if joggler can do all the work by itself

I have just (and I mean that in the literal sense :roll: installed

https://downloads.slimdevices.com/Logit ... er_v8.2.0/

Edit: Do

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sudo apt update
#then
sudo apt install libio-socket-ssl-perl libnet-libidn-perl libnet-ssleay-perl libcrypt-openssl-rsa-perl lame

on v 5.4.

https://birdslikewires.net/debian-for-openframe

and then installed squeezeplay.

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sudo of-install squeezeplay
Currently playing BBC Radio 6 through the internal speaker. :) Tick the box for

Hide the audio sample rate from LMS.
There is not a lot of room (I have installed BBC Sounds, Radio Paradise, Radio France, Podcasts, Tidal, and Play HLS.
of@openframe:~$ df -h
Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on
udev 242M 0 242M 0% /dev
tmpfs 50M 4.7M 45M 10% /run
/dev/mmcblk2p2 924M 803M 75M 92% /
tmpfs 246M 0 246M 0% /dev/shm
tmpfs 5.0M 4.0K 5.0M 1% /run/lock
tmpfs 246M 0 246M 0% /sys/fs/cgroup
tmpfs 192M 24K 192M 1% /tmp
tmpfs 16M 292K 16M 2% /var/log
tmpfs 256M 99M 158M 39% /var/cache/apt
tmpfs 256M 189M 68M 74% /var/lib/apt/lists
/dev/mmcblk2p1 41M 17M 25M 41% /boot
tmpfs 50M 0 50M 0% /run/user/1000
of@openframe:~$ sudo reboot
There are likey some fixes to work around, but I'm not going there at the moment :|
Update of LMS is possible, it just requires a routine, but is not likely to be required much on this version :) (and they can be turned off)
So it depends on the number of plugins required, and likely; the audio output.

atb

ronnie

Oh, and I'm using an ethernet connection
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Re: LMS in SqueezeplayerOS

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Well I would not rush with this, as this morning the Joggler would not start.

It got as far as the Squeezeplay flash screen then stopped.

After a while this message appeared

Image

I'll try later using a usb stick

ronnie
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Re: LMS in SqueezeplayerOS

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Man in a van wrote: Wed Sep 08, 2021 11:41 am Well I would not rush with this, as this morning the Joggler would not start.

It got as far as the Squeezeplay flash screen then stopped.


I'll try later using a usb stick

ronnie

USB working well, it fired up first thing, this morning :)

ronnie
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Re: LMS in SqueezeplayerOS

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Man in a van wrote:
cszhy wrote: Tue Sep 07, 2021 11:58 am
Man in a van wrote: Mon Sep 06, 2021 4:47 pm
I have just (and I mean that in the literal sense :roll: installed

https://downloads.slimdevices.com/Logit ... er_v8.2.0/

Edit: Do

Code: Select all

sudo apt update
#then
sudo apt install libio-socket-ssl-perl libnet-libidn-perl libnet-ssleay-perl libcrypt-openssl-rsa-perl lame

on v 5.4.

https://birdslikewires.net/debian-for-openframe

and then installed squeezeplay.

Code: Select all

sudo of-install squeezeplay
Currently playing BBC Radio 6 through the internal speaker. :) Tick the box for
There is not a lot of room (I have installed BBC Sounds, Radio Paradise, Radio France, Podcasts, Tidal, and Play HLS.
There are likey some fixes to work around, but I'm not going there at the moment :|
Update of LMS is possible, it just requires a routine, but is not likely to be required much on this version :) (and they can be turned off)
So it depends on the number of plugins required, and likely; the audio output.

atb

ronnie

Oh, and I'm using an ethernet connection
Thanks. It has been a long time since my last visit.
do you mean that I can install both LMS and squeezeplay on the new Debain system then no need to use another device as a server?

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Re: LMS in SqueezeplayerOS

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I think there is no step of installing LMS except a link of LMS8.2
should I install that?
thanks
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Re: LMS in SqueezeplayerOS

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Use the new Debian system on a usb stick

Expand the files sytem and perform an update

I install Jivelite

viewtopic.php?p=33060#p33060

and Squeezelite in preference to Squeezeplay.

viewtopic.php?p=33173#p33173

LMS and Squeezelite are installable using sudo apt install (you need to build the 32 bit binaries for LMS)

PM me for a download link for the binaries I have built, they may/should work for you

ronnie
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Re: LMS in SqueezeplayerOS

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Man in a van wrote:Use the new Debian system on a usb stick

Expand the files sytem and perform an update

I install Jivelite

viewtopic.php?p=33060#p33060

and Squeezelite in preference to Squeezeplay.

viewtopic.php?p=33173#p33173

LMS and Squeezelite are installable using sudo apt install (you need to build the 32 bit binaries for LMS)

PM me for a download link for the binaries I have built, they may/should work for you

ronnie
oh.it seems I made a mistake.
already flash the new debian into the internal memory.
not able to flash back the squeezeplayos by reflash system now

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Re: LMS in SqueezeplayerOS

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cszhy wrote: Thu Aug 25, 2022 3:17 pm
Man in a van wrote:Use the new Debian system on a usb stick

Expand the files sytem and perform an update

I install Jivelite

viewtopic.php?p=33060#p33060

and Squeezelite in preference to Squeezeplay.

viewtopic.php?p=33173#p33173

LMS and Squeezelite are installable using sudo apt install (you need to build the 32 bit binaries for LMS)

PM me for a download link for the binaries I have built, they may/should work for you

ronnie
oh.it seems I made a mistake.
already flash the new debian into the internal memory.
not able to flash back the squeezeplayos by reflash system now

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have you expanded the file system ? Open a terminal and paste the printout of

df -h
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Re: LMS in SqueezeplayerOS

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Man in a van wrote:
cszhy wrote: Thu Aug 25, 2022 3:17 pm
Man in a van wrote:Use the new Debian system on a usb stick

Expand the files sytem and perform an update

I install Jivelite

viewtopic.php?p=33060#p33060

and Squeezelite in preference to Squeezeplay.

viewtopic.php?p=33173#p33173

LMS and Squeezelite are installable using sudo apt install (you need to build the 32 bit binaries for LMS)

PM me for a download link for the binaries I have built, they may/should work for you

ronnie
oh.it seems I made a mistake.
already flash the new debian into the internal memory.
not able to flash back the squeezeplayos by reflash system now

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have you expanded the file system ? Open a terminal and paste the printout of

df -h
thanks. I will try

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