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Short Description
Stream music with Logitech Media Server
Full Description

Logitech Media Server

This is an image that makes it simple to serve up your
music collection with the Logitech Media Server, which
is also known as Slimserver and Squeezebox Server. Many people will
use Squeezelite as a client for it.
It runs on top
of my Debian base system,
which provides excellent logging capabilities.

This image provides the server, with full support for transcoding
on the fly.

You can download with:

docker pull jgoerzen/logitech-media-server

And run with something like this:

docker run -td \
-p 9000:9000 -p 9090:9090 -p 3483:3483 -p 3483:3483/udp -p 1900:1900/udp \
--stop-signal=SIGPWR \
-v /musicdir:/music:ro \
-v /playlistdir:/playlists:rw \
--name=lms jgoerzen/logitech-media-server

This will expose your music stored at /musicdir on the host in read-only mode, and your playlists
stored at /playlistdir in read-write mode, to the container. You will probably also
want to add a -v in some fashion covering /var/lib/squeezeboxserver/prefs, since that you will want
to preserve those files as well.

Now, connect to http://localhost:9000/ to configure the system.

During configuration, tell it your music is in /music and set your playlist directory to /playlists.

Ports

By default, this image exposes a HTTP server on port 80, HTTPS on port 443, and
also exposes port 81 in case you wish to use it separately for certbot or another
Letsencrypt validation system. HTTPS will require additional configuration.

Source

This is prepared by John Goerzen jgoerzen@complete.org and the source
can be found at https://github.com/jgoerzen/docker-logitech-media-server

Security Status

The Debian operating system is configured to automatically apply security patches.
Logitech Media Server, however, does not have such a feature, nor do most of the third-party
Perl modules it integrates.

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