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doc:howto:devolo-stream-radio [2014/02/18 21:50]
danitool created
doc:howto:devolo-stream-radio [2014/02/19 13:02] (current)
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 ===== Features ===== ===== Features =====
 Since the dLAN USB Extender isn't powerful enough (only 16 MB RAM) to just install packages in a generic firmware, we must build our own firmware stripped as much as possible without stuff we don't really need. Since the dLAN USB Extender isn't powerful enough (only 16 MB RAM) to just install packages in a generic firmware, we must build our own firmware stripped as much as possible without stuff we don't really need.
-  * Without dropbear, we'll use telnet instead (do you mind security? ​this is just a streaming radio, ​why to bother+  * Without dropbear, we'll use telnet instead (this is just a streaming radio, ​there is no need to use an ultra-secure connection
-  * Without syslog, there is no need to log useless ​system messages.+  * Without syslog, there is no need to log any system messages.
   * Only with kernel modules for usb audio, alsa support and USB HID support. Built in the kernel itself for faster loading.   * Only with kernel modules for usb audio, alsa support and USB HID support. Built in the kernel itself for faster loading.
-  * **mpd** for playing music, and **mpc** for controlling the daemon+  * **mpd** for playing music, and **mpc** for controlling the daemon ​-> http://​www.musicpd.org/​
     * version 0.13.2 since it's more responsive for powerless devices     * version 0.13.2 since it's more responsive for powerless devices
     * built only with mp3 audio support ​     * built only with mp3 audio support ​
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 ==== No Display ==== ==== No Display ====
-We won't have any display to show current playing info, but do we really need it? NO. You can use an mpd client to show this info. Or better just use ssmtp to send a mail with our current playing info. I've made a simple script located at:\\+We won't have any display to show current playing info, but do we really need it? NO. You can use an [[http://​mpd.wikia.com/​wiki/​Clients|mpd client]] to show this info. Or better just use ssmtp to send a mail with our current playing info. I've made a simple script located at:\\
 ///​etc/​streamradio/​mailsend.sh//​\\ ///​etc/​streamradio/​mailsend.sh//​\\
 It can be launched either with a HID button press or else with a infrared remote. It can be launched either with a HID button press or else with a infrared remote.
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 Here the custom firmware ​ Here the custom firmware ​
  
--> coming soon+-> [[https://​docs.google.com/​uc?​export=download&​id=0B-EMoBe-_OdBeUJWdmtJRXhHcU0|openwrt-devolo-stream_radio-AA_mod.tar.gz]]
  
 The idea is to provide a simple firmware, just plug'n play.  The idea is to provide a simple firmware, just plug'n play. 
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 Additionally can be configured to send mails with useful info. Additionally can be configured to send mails with useful info.
 The configuration file is located at \\ The configuration file is located at \\
-///​etc/​triggerhappy/​triggers.d/​example.conf//+///​etc/​triggerhappy/​triggers.d/​audiostick.conf//
  
 === ssmtp === === ssmtp ===
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 Here the complete modified build root used to build the custom firmware Here the complete modified build root used to build the custom firmware
  
--> coming soon+-> [[https://​docs.google.com/​uc?​export=download&​id=0B-EMoBe-_OdBVTI1TVo1U0Uxbkk|openwrt-devolo-build_root-mod_AA.tar.gz]] 
 + 
 +Details about mods <-TODO
doc/howto/devolo-stream-radio.1392756627.txt.bz2 · Last modified: 2014/02/18 21:50 by danitool