Im a long time lurker and have started putting one of my pi's to good use.
Firstly, if this is in the wrong section I apologise as its probably more of a generic linux question, but its part of an overall project so thought I would post it here.
I currently have my Pi running the excellent squeezeplug at home using the excellent article written by Stephen C Phillips , http://blog.scphillips.com/2013/01/usin ... streaming/
This is working perfectly for me as is, I can stream my music around my house to the smart tv, mobile phone (using bubbleUPnP on Android) and various other devices. Thing is I have a lot of music that I dont wish to carry around with me, so wanted to use the upnp tunnelling features of BubbleUPnP Server.
I have java installed on there thanks to https://blogs.oracle.com/hinkmond/entry ... hard_float
, which is working perfectly and have got BubbleUPnP server running on there perfectly too. The problem is I want this to run at startup and dont know where to start writing a script to drop into /etc/init.d
There is some information on the internet which I have tried to follow but to no avail. I have even tried extracting the Redhat RPM and reusing the script in there which doesnt work either, I get the message about it being stuck in a loop.
Has anyone successfully managed this? It would be too much of an issue but as soon as I leave the SSH session I started it in, the bubble server obviously dies.
Any help greatly appreciated. I don't want spoon feeding or anything but if anyone could loosely point me in the write direction it would be great.