The Raspberry Settings plugin should already be preinstalled on your Max2Play image. You should see it in your menu bar in the web interface at “http://max2play/” that you can reach from any device in your local network. The tar file source is just needed to add it in the “Settings/Reboot” menu for installation of new plugins (http://demo.max2play.com:81/). You can take a look at our Youtube Videos and FAQ’s for more information and tips to optimally use your Max2Play image.
Thank you Heiner. I got it working but in all honesty I really prefer the Linux command line for installing stuff. I only use Squeezeplug so that LMS will work on my RPi2.
This Max2Play this is more trouble than it is worth. Even though it was free.
I tried the Bluetooth plugin but, of course, it work backwards for what I want to do. I want to stream music from ,y PC or phone into my whole house system. The Max2play thing is an output and is looking for speakers. Frustrating.
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