Tag: LMS

Lyrion Media Server (LMS)

pCP Team 6 May 2024 pCP 9.0.0 Components
Lyrion Media Server (LMS) is the server software that powers networked audio players from Lyrion including Squeezebox, Radio, Boom, Receiver, Transporter and various third party hardware devices that use Squeezelite or Squeezeplay. Lyrion Media Server (LMS) is Open Source Software written in Perl and it runs on pretty much any platform that Perl runs on, including Linux, Mac OSX, Solaris and Windows. Lyrion Media Server (LMS) was previously known as Squeezebox Server, SqueezeCentre and SlimServer.

Build a simple LMS server

pCP Team 8 May 2024 pCP 9.0.0 Projects
This project is to create a simple LMS server with the music library on an attached USB HDD. This is the LMS server I use every day for personal use and for testing piCorePlayer. What was usedHardware Raspberry Pi 4B - 8GB Official RPi 5.1V 3A PSU Toshiba USB 2TB Hard Disk Drive SanDisk Ultra 32GB SD card Software piCorePlayer 9.0.0 LMS Network Diagram graph TD Switch[8-port Network Switch] Switch --> |Ethernet cable| RPi[RPi4B - pCP LMS] RPi --- |USB cable| HDD[(USB HDD)] StepsStep 1 - Download pCP Download latest piCorePlayer—see Download piCorePlayer.

Install Lyrion Media Server (LMS)

nowhinjing 8 May 2024 pCP 9.0.0 Setup • How to
1. Connect the Raspberry Pi and Initial ConfigurationInsert the SD card into your Raspberry Pi, attach a wired ethernet connection, and plug in the power. Give your Raspberry Pi a minute or so to power up and connect to your local network. Then look at the boot console. The IP address will be displayed at the end of the boot process. Or launch Advanced IP Scanner to identify the IP address that has automatically been assigned by your network to the Raspberry Pi via DHCP.

Upgrade Lyrion Media Server (LMS)

pCP Team 4 November 2022 pCP 5.0.0 Setup • How to
It’s easy to install Lyrion Media Server on your piCorePlayer using it’s settings menus. As of this writing, piCorePlayer is installing Lyrion Media Server 8.2.0. This is a release branch that does not get nightly updates. If you want to select stable bugfix or development branches, you need to follow these instructions. StepsStep 1Access piCorePlayer via ssh—see Access piCorePlayer via ssh. Step 2$ cd /tmp Step 3$ wget https://raw.githubusercontent.com/piCorePlayer/lms-update-script/Master/lms-update.sh

Add a USB hard drive and setup SAMBA

nowhinjing 6 May 2024 pCP 5.0.0 Setup • How to  •  •
Step 1 - Adding an USB Hard Disk - PreparationIf the USB hard disk you are adding is formatted as FAT32 or NTFS you will need to install the “additional Filesystems pack” before you can load and configure the disk. Note that this step is not required if your disk is formatted as EXT4. Windows users can pre-format such a disk using the free utility MiniTool Partition Manager, and this is in fact what I have done.

Add a network share (Synology NAS)

redgum 4 December 2020 pCP 6.1.0 Setup • How to  •
I’m assuming that you are a Linux noob, like me, and want to connect to a Synology NAS. You have to configure access at both the NAS and the piCorePlayer LMS. For the piCorePlayer LMS you need: A name for the mount point. This will only be used by the piCorePlayer LMS, so I used the name of my Synology NAS. The IP address for the NAS on your local network.

LMS Monitor 2020

shunte88 6 May 2024 pCP 9.0.0 Projects  •
OLED information display control program for piCorePlayer or other Raspberry Pi and Lyrion Media Player (LMS) based audio device. Thanks shunte88. More information Announce: LMS Monitor 2020 - Forum LMS Monitor 2020 - GitHub
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