Squeezelite and Logitech Media Server
Disable Software Volume Control
And you should see this screen.
The audio device added should appear in the top right corner (e.g. QLS). Click on the "Settings" button at the lower right to begin adjusting the software volume control settings.
A new web tab would pop up. Do not change the media and playlist folders as that's where all the music will be located. The other fields can be adjusted to your needs.
Click the word "player", then click the drop down box where it says "Basic" and select the item "Audio".
Make sure the selection highlighted by the ugly arrows are set as per the picture. Setting this feature is very important as it gives you a fair ground to compare this against all other players in Snakeoil. i.e. have all players output in bitperfect, then and only then can you even begin to make an assessment on which player you want to use as your primary player.
Click on the "apply" in the far bottom right to save your changes.
Playing Back DSD
With DSD materials you can choose to either play it as DoP (if your DAC supports it), or have LMS convert DSD to PCM and send the PCM bitstream to your DAC. This is an example of a audio device that don't do DSD:
If you set your audio device like the above you will need to make one more change to LMS. Go to the "advanced" tab, and click on the drop down box, and go to the "File Types" options, like so:
Scroll down the list until you see the entries DFF and DSF. Adjust the settings like so to have LMS convert DSD material into PCM.
When you changed to another DAC that supports DSD, you'd have to modify the hardware settings to enable DoP support, and then revisit this filetypes page and set DFF/DSF back like so:
Hopefully a future version of Snakeoil will automate this.
Playing music using LMS web interface
If you've just installed Snakeoil, and added your music library, give it a few minutes for LMS to scan the directories and add it to the database. Once the files are read and tagged, you can use the surprisingly useful web interface as your remote control:
LMS gives you many ways to look up your music, be it by Folder names, artists, composers and so on. Once added to the queue, the tracks will be shown to your right, refer to the first picture.
Hover your mouse over any icon to discover it's role.
Playing music via a smartphone App
There are many smartphone apps that work with LMS. I'm in the Android ecosystem, and have been using Squeezer for a while now. It gives the same functionalities as the LMS web pages, but in a smaller footprint so it's more like a remote control. Similiar apps are available on Apple too, Squeezepad seems to be a popular choice.