CherryMusic is a browser-based music streaming jukebox. With CherryMusic on Ubuntu you can create your own personal Spotify-like server for your local music collection. The music can be stored locally on the server or on a NAS. You will be able to play your entire music collection through a web browser. If you can access your Linux server through the internet you can enjoy your … I'm curious
Ever wanted to turn your own personal music collection into your own private Spotify-like service? You can do that with CherryMusic, a program written in python which runs a server that provides an HTML5 interface for playing back your music from anywhere. If you set up free Dynamic DNS, you can literally listen to your music library from any computer or device with … I'm curious
CherryMusic is a browser-based music streaming solution to create your own personal Spotify-like server for your local music collection. You store all of your music on your Raspberry Pi or mount your other NAS music folder on the Pi and then you can play all of your music through your web browser on any machine that has a local network connection or internet connection. To … I'm curious
One of my first guides was about how to turn an old Android device into a streaming music player for your library. Because I have a large music library stored on my HTPC server I needed to mount the network drives in Android using Mount Manager. After it running quite smoothly for a few months I got a ‘Mount Manager Out of memory error’ and … I'm curious
We are going to install mpd (Music Player Daemon) so you can listen to music anywhere in your home you have set up an old computer to run linux.
This is another way I’m turning an old Dell Mini into something useful. I can now listen to music stored on a NAS (minidlna server)
by streaming it though the Dell mini and It plays music … I'm curious
Music Player Daemon is an extremely lightweight application originally written for Linux. You can remote control the music server using an Android device, iPod, Windows and OSX boxes. I had an old android device laying around and wanted to turn it into a wireless music player for my bedroom and control it with my phone. Now I stream music from a NAS through the Android … I'm curious