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Old 18th February 2009, 02:16 AM
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Lightbulb Music/Video Stream and Jukebox

I have installed MPD with Ampache and Jinzora2, but they are both having issues with the Jukebox support.

Jinzora, does not update the playlist when you add a song. Also, Jinzora keeps throwing an error when switching screens when localplay is selected.

Ampache, when I select the instance, it keeps reverting back to "None" as an instance instead of the MPD instance.

My question is, does anyone know a good web client for streaming music/videos as well a good client for selecting music to play through the stereo?

Any suggestions should help.

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