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[split] LMS Trouble in 18.04 Bionic and Blind Testing U7


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(28-Sep-2019, 10:47 PM) patricia1066 Wrote: Thanks Agent Kith, you set me up with version 1.0 and the file sharing kernel; updating to Ubuntu 18.04 breaks this. Thanks for showing me how easy it is to install a .deb for LMS nightly. Literally drag and drop into the browser window. Follow up with 
Code:
sudo service disable logitechmediaserver

Later I added users to the audio group as advised in the squeezebox Debian article I linked to; changed the workgroup in /etc/samba/smb.conf; 

Its all working well with full audio codecs in place for LMS. If anything else was needed to set it up can you comment here please.

By file sharing kernel, do you mean Windows file sharing?

In theory you don't need to add the users to the audio group. Your Squeezebox3 should have no problems getting audio streams from your LMS with or without the group.

Glad it's all working now, happy listening! Smile
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Yes I am on the file sharing kernel for SMBv2 The snakeoil pc appears as a folder on my w10 pc. Click on it and the webGUI opens. I think my network has issues as this is not expected behaviour by snakeoil. 
 
Adding my user to the audio group was in hopes of being able to add and delete files by ssh to the snakeoil pc. No dice! The files that transfer are owned by root and on reboot are unplayable. 

My solution is to do file transfer on my computer to usb drive, then plug it into the snakeoil pc and update the lms library. This works well for now.
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(01-Oct-2019, 09:32 PM) patricia1066 Wrote: Yes I am on the file sharing kernel for SMBv2 The snakeoil pc appears as a folder on my w10 pc. Click on it and the webGUI opens. I think my network has issues as this is not expected behaviour by snakeoil. 
 
Adding my user to the audio group was in hopes of being able to add and delete files by ssh to the snakeoil pc. No dice! The files that transfer are owned by root and on reboot are unplayable. 

My solution is to do file transfer on my computer to usb drive, then plug it into the snakeoil pc and update the lms library. This works well for now.

Hmm. That's an interesting quirk. I'll check that and see what the problem is. Will try and identify the problem, and have a fix in U8.
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(02-Oct-2019, 12:05 PM) agent_kith Wrote:
(01-Oct-2019, 09:32 PM) patricia1066 Wrote: Yes I am on the file sharing kernel for SMBv2 The snakeoil pc appears as a folder on my w10 pc. Click on it and the webGUI opens. I think my network has issues as this is not expected behaviour by snakeoil. 
 
Adding my user to the audio group was in hopes of being able to add and delete files by ssh to the snakeoil pc. No dice! The files that transfer are owned by root and on reboot are unplayable. 

My solution is to do file transfer on my computer to usb drive, then plug it into the snakeoil pc and update the lms library. This works well for now.

Hmm. That's an interesting quirk. I'll check that and see what the problem is. Will try and identify the problem, and have a fix in U8.


On ssh issue, the files can ssh as user to sda (internal ssd) but only root to sdb.
With Windows explorer occasionally I can click into the network folders, but within 10 minutes it reverts. That’s why I think it’s a problem with my network sharing or w10. Lms manages it so well it surprises me how poorly windows serves me.
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