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This Pi is never going to be viewed except by SSD (Putty). It just sits in a closet headless running Squeezeplug and Logitech Media Server. It has run like this for 3 years and works perfectly. I access Pandora and my music via either Squeeze Ctrl on my phone or via the LMS web page on my PC. It does everything I want.
That said, how can I get the new version of Max2Play to run command line Linux from boot every time? Please.
My only motivation for upgrading was to get bluetooth capability.
The only reason I plugged in a monitor was to set it up and edit the /etc/network/interfaces file to give me a static IP address, to install the nightly LMS, etc.. It was at this point I saw X-Windows and could not easily get rid of it. I do not need the CPU overhead of any extra tasks.