I would skip Volumio default MPD and go directly to Volumio with MPD 0.20.23 and Upmpdcli 1.3.8.
The first will get you frustrated… at least it did with me, haha
That's right. But Volumio-ui is really not that great...
I read that too, but i'm not sure how this will show up in a control point. I should google this option..
I did this once, so i went for the easy route; with minimum graphical options to guide me through the install proces.tokenbrit wrote: ↑2018-12-13 19:08I've used NFS to copy my music files from old- to new-NAS, and am happy with minimserver running on Debian Stretch on the NAS. BubbleDS Next works nicely on my Android devices, but will compare with Kazoo once the Hakai is up & running. At the moment, my preference will be to build the Hakai using Stretch, and latest upmpdcli & MPD - should give me a bit more control than the Volumio install too. Hopefully it sounds as good or better than Volumio.
Sopper, do you install Debian with a lightweight desktop environment on your Hakai, or just use the command line for everything ... or do you enable SSH from the beginning and do everything remotely -> headless Hakai?
All the updates and installing (build) packages, MPD, Upmpdcli, etc, i did with Putty.
I'm confident that i could repeat this proces without graphical guidance now.
Because Debian Stretch contains far newer packages, installing buildpackages/dependencies and MPD/Upmpdcli is really very easy