Initial setup Click the M mark in the upper right corner.In this case, the screen has already been set.
moodaudio is the correct display. It will be a screen that has already been set, here it is displayed as tokyo4.local. Click the m mark in the upper right corner to display the setting screen
The setting screen is displayed below,
This screen is the default screen. Click System on the far right to set up this system, and set the hard disk status and name of this server.
Use this System to set the details of the hardware status. You can configure sharing settings on this screen. Before that, I will explain how to display the initial screen.
The setting after installation will be moodaudio.local, so find this IP using the terminal from the line on the LAN. This operation cannot be done unless you get used to it.
Minimum knowledge of Linux is required. If you have a Linux PC, use terminal , gnome-terminal, etc. Can display a command line named Terminal
If Tool is installed on your PC, you can use it. If you don't have such a terminal, install Putty on Windows. The technique is the same as Linux.
Terminal is already installed in OS such as Windows11. A method terminal that is not a DOS prompt is installed, so please look for it.
That's because Windows 11 is a system that connects to Linux. Of course, you can install Linux recommended by Microsoft on Windows 11. See Microsoft site for details
Please. I think you can understand that Microsoft has a strong interest in Linux. The time has come for us to coexist.
Next, let's write how to use the terminal to communicate with the music server using ssh.
On a Windows PC, except for Windows 11, install Putty to contact the server, please install Putty on your Windows PC. Install Putty on Windows 11
Even if you don't, you already have a terminal. It is designed so that it can coexist with Linux internally. If you are connected to LAN, you can use that terminal. First, install Putty.
Ssh communication requires IP information on the LAN, so if the music server is already running, you can share it with your Windows PC on the Internet, so you can use it from a Windows PC or MACOS.
Find the IP of the music server. In this case, the name is Tokyo4.local, but if it is not set, it will be displayed as "mood.local". The IP is displayed next to it, so make a note of it.
Communicate with ssh and know the status of the server on the terminal. In other words, the flow of general music servers and file servers is to build using Linux commands from the command line.
Volumio and Moodeaudio can already be checked on the web as images, so there is no need for them, but if you can't find the IP, you need to communicate with ssh to know the IP and settings.
You can also mount a hard disk on NAS with this ssh command operation.
The music server I made comes with a simple DAC. For the settings, select HifiBerry DAC. No other settings are required, click his mpd for USB DAC
Furthermore, if you select other options, USB will appear, so select it. For SPDIF, choose a driver that conforms to HifiBerry DAC or HAT.
If the IP is already set, the IP will be the domain, so when accessing via ssh, it will look like the image below. Two examples are shown. Using Putty and
When using the terminal. For Putty, enter the IP. Enter the connection type, in this case it will be SSH. The port will be 20.
Next, access it from the terminal. Both have the user [pi]. Both passwords are "moodaudio".
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