[TriLUG] Back on Topic: MPD
chapelhilllaptopshop at gmail.com
Thu Aug 18 18:18:08 EDT 2011
That's almost a little creepy, I did the first half of a write up/step by
step setup of MPD in Fedora last week and was just about to write the second
half on setting up clients on different platforms. <3 MPoD.
On Thu, Aug 18, 2011 at 5:49 PM, bak <bak at picklefactory.org> wrote:
> It is called MPD ("Music Player Daemon"). Has icecast (if you want to
> transcode) and "plain http" outputs, as well as being able to control
> physical speakers hooked up to the server. There's an iPhone app called
> MPoD that will both control the playlist and stream the music. I don't
> know about anything for Android, but I imagine there's something out there.
> On 8/18/11 5:26 PM, Igor Partola wrote:
> > Speaking of which, is anyone aware of any free or open source projects
> > are similar in functionality to Google Music but would allow me to host
> > the music on my own servers? SSH/SFTP with rsync seems like a pretty
> > fit for the server-side. However, on the browser/Android side I'm not
> > of anything with an experience that's anywhere close to what Google Music
> > player does.
> > Just seems a shame that I cannot stream music over the Internet from my
> > Linux NAS to my Linux phone...
> > Igor
> > On Thu, Aug 18, 2011 at 4:52 PM, Keith Woodie <kwoodie at gmail.com> wrote:
> >> I have an extra Google Music Invite. First person to contact me off
> >> can have it.
> >> Thanks.
> >> Keith Woodie
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