HowTo — Subsonic with Java 8 on a Raspberry Pi (RPi)

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HowTo — Subsonic with Java 8 on a Raspberry Pi (RPi)

Postby knechtberry » Tue Mar 21, 2017 11:12 pm

A step-by-step HowTo for a personal, headless and shared streaming music server.

Over trying, branching and stumbling through new problems, I ran into a bunch of issues … and was able to solve them.
So will you.

Shared, open Google Doc, 30p →

If you meet anything that needs correction: feel free and edit. Use it — don’t blame me for anything. I will not be able to answer questions as I mostly don’t understand them … neither the answers. And: I did this using a Mac. Other OSes may slightly differ.
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Re: HowTo — Subsonic with Java 8 on a Raspberry Pi (RPi)

Postby blueturtles » Wed Mar 22, 2017 12:54 am

Awesome job. I was just going to undertake this project. I will give your instructions a go. Thank you.

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Re: HowTo — Subsonic with Java 8 on a Raspberry Pi (RPi)

Postby robotanalysis » Thu May 17, 2018 11:57 pm

Had a Pi sitting around and didn't know what to do with it. Definitely trying this and moving Subsonic off my Mac Mini.
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Re: HowTo — Subsonic with Java 8 on a Raspberry Pi (RPi)

Postby zeroth » Tue May 14, 2019 5:06 pm

I have successfully had this running for 5 months now. Works great. I did an SD card overclock and made sure I got a good power supply so I could overclock the pi as well. Diet-pi is a great. If your equipment is different they have it for many of the other small devices.... some of which have more power. One thing to note is you need to expand the file system to use all the space on the SD card you use. I noticed my 64 gb card only showed 30 gigs available until I expanded that. Diet-pi had a nice utility for that - dietpi-drive-manager.... ... erry-pi-3/
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