The old git server (git.musicpd.org) and the mantis server (bugs.musicpd.org) are fading out. This release fixes GCC 7 warnings, eliminates flickering, adds compatibility with lirc 0.9.4.Please update your git:// URIs, e.g.: A critical Mantis security vulnerability was used to vandalize the MPD bug tracker through Tor (one day before the fix was released). I could curse that it’s the usual PHP-style bug, and how I wish there was a usable non-PHP bug tracker, but it really boils down to my failure to set up the backup script after migrating to a new server (which was too long ago already). Please help: please write new tickets, for bugs and feature requests. DSD and floating point formats are displayed properly.Through plug-ins and libraries it can play a variety of sound files while being controlled by its network protocol.Unfortunately, by default MPD does not have the proper permissions to access Pulse Audio, the default audio setup on most new Ubuntu systems.
Thanks and best regards, Saeckel Now mpd can be installed with:opkg install mpd Thanks to Mi Lo A mpd client can sucessful connect with the mpd server, all functions works (as far as I have tested)But unfortunately I have no sound.
These are now the official repositories and the official place to report bugs and feature requests.
Client developers interested in moving a project into the organization shall drop me an email (max [email protected]).
This also works over WIFI, but, if you need to set up WIFI, I think that you will be better off using a screen, keyboard and mouse, at least temporarily until the network link works.
This page is more or less dedicated to a headless config, else some things could be done in a simpler way.