Package Details: logitechmediaserver-git 20190422.91bab34-1

Git Clone URL: https://aur.archlinux.org/logitechmediaserver-git.git (read-only)
Package Base: logitechmediaserver-git
Description: Slimserver for Logitech Squeezebox players. This server is also called Logitech Media Server. (Git-Version, if you prefer stability consider using logitechmediaserver instead)
Upstream URL: https://github.com/stefansielaff/slimserver
Keywords: logitech slimserver squeezebox
Licenses: GPL, custom
Provides: logitechmediaserver
Submitter: stef.an
Maintainer: stef.an
Last Packager: stef.an
Votes: 8
Popularity: 0.000001
First Submitted: 2015-05-16 16:04
Last Updated: 2019-04-22 14:29

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stef.an commented on 2018-11-06 16:08

Thanks Renophaston for the hint, it's (imho) a bug in upstream. I've created a pull request and create a new release once it's merged.

Renophaston commented on 2018-11-05 18:58

I had to install perl-audio-scan from the AUR and remove /opt/logitechmediaserver-git/lib/Audio/Scan.pm to get scanning to turn up anything, but otherwise it seems to work fine here on x86_64.

stef.an commented on 2018-11-05 17:03

Hi, I've just pushed a new release which includes the latest changes on upstream. It contains newer sox binaries and Audio-Scan-1.0.2, maybe this already solves your problem. There's also a newly addes custom.conf in the main dir.

Not sure if it works though because I can't compile it on my arm "production system". Perl on arm has some problems with MakeMaker currently.

blackhole commented on 2018-11-05 11:21

If you want the sox application in the pacman database you should delete or copy somewhere else internal sox in /opt/logitechmediaserver-git/Bin/x86_64-linux/ and /opt/logitechmediaserver-git/Bin/i386-linux/ and enable C-3PO plugin

Mr.Underhill commented on 2018-11-05 10:49

Hi Stef,

Thanks for the hard work.

I am usimng AudioLinux and loaded LMS from logitechmediaserver-git.

The system is failing to transcode. I loaded sox and then looked for the custom-convert.conf. There is a stub in a test directory. The full standard file is in the logitechmediaserver-git directory, but named as custom.conf.

There is no slimserver directory in /etc.

Do I need to cp custom.conf as custom-convert.conf? Where should I place it?

Thx

stef.an commented on 2017-11-17 19:43

Okay, hope you like it :)

fragfutter commented on 2017-11-16 07:45

the fedora naming guideline for non released versions would be

YYYYMMDD.<revision> or YYYYMMDD<scm><revision>

so currently

7.9.1-20171116.89c64f or 7.9.1-20171116git89c64f7

https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Packaging:Versioning

stef.an commented on 2017-11-15 20:16

Hi,
I don't want to arrogate but this version downloads the tar.gz snapshot of the current branch from my repo.
It doesn't "clone" it using git because I wanted to save the overhead of cloning the entire repo. This way it only downloads the latest snapshot, cloning the repo would transfer about 1 Gigabyte of data. On GitHub the latest version can always be downloaded from https ://github.com/[repo]/archive/[branch].tar.gz while the branch name in this case is "public/7.9".

I agree that there should be a version update whenever I merge the upstream. There is no numeric versioning in git, so maybe we should use the date?
Currently this would be logitechmediaserver-git 7.9.1-20171031

darkshines commented on 2017-11-15 09:56

I agree, even though it say "-git", it is behind the package "logitechmediaserver". The non-git version installs 7.9.1.arch3, which is more up to date than this package here, which does not clone the git repo.

In my opinion, this is wrong and should be changed so the current version from github is cloned.

rdmboy commented on 2017-10-27 11:07

Hi,

currently LMS-git never updates and always tells me that it is up to date when I run a system update.
Looking at the PKGBUILD it seems like it only looks for archived packages and doesn't actually clone the git head.

Am I misunderstanding something or is this package not doing what it is supposed to?