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/etc/init.d/squeezelite play_fav "Calm%20Radio%20-%20Lounge" 30
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Yes. When you install LMS, during setup, you will be guided by a wizard (a couple of forms linked to each other, not a person with a pointy hat and a wand ). In one of the steps you will be asked to choose a folder where you music is.rapdancin wrote: - i've never used lms before. can i just point it to a folder on my network storage and say 'music is here!' and that music will be available to stream?
No, you will not hear the song. Yes, you will need to install client software, a software version of a squeezebox player.rapdancin wrote: if i play a song in lms through my computer, will i hear the song through the amp/speakers connected to it? or do i need to install some software that makes lms see my computer as a client?
No, syncing should work. But, wifi is less reliable then a wired network connection. If you plan to runing the raspberry 24/7, I would strongly recommend hard-wiring it.rapdancin wrote: - both the rpi and computer will be on wifi. should i expect syncing issues?
If you follow my tutorial: No, it's completely headless ( no pun intended.. ).rapdancin wrote: - do i need a monitor at any point (going from fresh rpi b+ to working system)? reading through the tutorial it seems like no.
Yes , if it is connected to the internet. I am also using it for other purposes and it is important to me that it have the right time. Currently raspberry pi uses the swclock which gets set every time it reboots. Having a hwclock would keep the time even over a reboot.Gerrelt wrote: On my piCore (TinyCore) raspberries, the time and date is set after startup. Doesn't yours do that?
Wise move!foxpi wrote: ps I decided it might be better to ask in tinycorelinux forum here.