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Send audiostream from linux?
#1
Hello, first I want to congratulate to everyone working and supporting this project, it's great.
I've been using it for a year in macOs sending audio via airplay or directly to the spotify client via the computer or the cellphone.
Now I'm leaving macOs and working in a linux system (Manjaro). I'm trying to send via airplay but all the protocols are HTTP and I think moode is expecting UDP. Is there any way I can stream the audio from the PC? I don't have bluetooth adaptor, I want to stream via network. Tried to do some research of the other types of connections but I couldn't find anything suitable.
Thanks in advance, cheers!
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#2
Ask on the Msnjoro Forum. Do they have one?
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#3
This has worked for me.....from an Ubuntu pc to MoOde.
If your Manjaro install uses pulse-audio it should work for you too.
Caveat... have not tried it recently...there may be changes.


https://github.com/masmu/pulseaudio-dlna

https://askubuntu.com/questions/187086/h...ant-device
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#4
There are a delay 2-5 seconds, so it is impossible to use pulseaudio-dlna to watch movies, for example.
Here is my ugly workaround: pulseaudio-module-zeroconf on Volumio
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#5
You can stream to Airplay client. Do this: sudo apt-get install paprefs pulseaudio-module-raop . Paperfs works in both Fedora and Ubuntu. Yes, the music stream is delayed.
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