I must say for $9.00 it could be the best LMS for the price
Setup could not have been easier. First unbox the device and connect it to a TV to setup the wireless and get the IP.
Next, SSH into the device to install everything else via command line:
If you use a NAS or other network storage, you will need to enable the ability to mount remote shares. You have to use a special kernel as by default you cannot do this with the default loaded software. Luckily a user over on the next thing community board has already compiled a new kernel that includes everything you need.
Run the following:
sudo tar zxf /tmp/chiplinux4.3.0rd235+.tgz
sudo cp /boot/vmlinuz-4.3.0rd235+ /boot/zImage
apt-get install cifs-utils
After the reboot lets test out that we can mount a network share:
sudo mkdir /storage
Scroll down to the first blank line and enter the follow (replacing your server and file path) and save and exit:
//<serverip>/<file path> /storage cifs username=guest,password=
Now lets test things out:
At this point you can try to browse to your files with the following:
If all is well there is one last step, installing LogitechMediaServer!
See the latest version from this site: http://www.mysqueezebox.com/update/?version=7.9.0&revision=1&geturl=1&os=deb
Now install the version from the URL above:
dpkg -i logitechmediaserver_7.9.0~1455784650_all.deb
After the installation is complete you can visit LMS in a browser via the following URL: