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Thank You very much for your answer.
I am intrested in getting a complete solution for media and home automation and is looking into Dianemo.
Today i am running LMS with the spotify plugin from Triode and have added several entries of the spotify plugin with different spotify accounts (spotify family subscription). Ex: https://github.com/mika-fischer/triode-spotify-clone
As i only use spotify for music it is of great importance to be able to use multiple streams.
I wonder if it is possible to configure different spotify accounts, eg one for each user or if it is possible to play for ex one spotify stream in one room and another spotify stream in another room.
Best Regards Krister
Oh I see airplayer provides a destination for other non-Linuxmce devices...? Turns out the cheap devices (soundmate M1) run openwrt, I just have to get squeezeslave and alsa compiled for them.
Cheers, yeah it would be a good future feature, but after watching the weather temperature demo (very well explained), its out of my league.
I have run orbiter on an Adafruit touchscreen. The screens are much too small to be usefull as a full orbiter, a minimal version *could* work but that is a lot of effort. Running a weborbiter or something similar, as totallymaxed suggests, is likely the best option for the A+.
Currently playing with PI-A+ with a Capacitive 2.8" PiTFT (touchscreen for Raspberry Pi). Hoping to replace the screen with a 5-8" screen once we get it all working with LMCE. Using the A+ version mainly to test the ability to use as a portable (remove from wall) because of lower power consumption. Will be designing a in-wall mount that will include a charger for the 1200mAh Lithium Polymer battery we hope will work as a portable power source.
Will post later the results, if any.
Since the sip was not working I was not using the system and therefore had just a default install without any password modification. The passwords I noticed on the phone devices page are all something like: "ng1jaa7m4ccyaomc". So if that is an issue then I think a default install might be unsave.