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24. Juni 2019 at 17:14 #45911
Thankyou for getting back will just have to wait till you have the time to look at the new Pi’s and see what happens . Given the increased power and memory they will have should mean that for running LMS they should be faster and smoother especially for those like me that have large 50,000 + Libraries.
25. Juni 2019 at 10:12 #45915
- This reply was modified 1 year, 10 months ago by Bencat57.
Yes, we are excited about the possibilities as well. We have all three models coming and will keep you up to date on our development.
Obviously, we also appreciate any and all feedback from your end. Let us know what features and components can and should be utilized for new Max2Play plugins and features 🙂28. Juni 2019 at 17:48 #45980
I’m currently running max2play as an LMS server on a Pi3 using a Qnap NAS for storage. I’m thinking of upgrading that to a Pi4 and using a directly attached USB3 drive for storage. I’m also interested to understand how much difference the extra RAM (2gb or 4gb) will have on the day to day operations. I have a library of about 30,000 tracks and regularly use the Spotty and iplayer plugins.1. Juli 2019 at 9:52 #45999
Thank you for chiming in and letting us know that you are interested in the new Pi as well! 🙂
We will discuss how quickly we can get a stable release of the 4B out and also evaluate the different RAM options for Max2Play applications.
As you may already know, the new Raspberry Pi 4B is only compatible with the newly released Raspbian Buster image by Raspberry Pi Foundation which came out even before the official Debian Buster release it is based on. So we will have to make sure there are no dependencies with Max2Play’s plugins and that the release is stable enough to start migrating.
So we appreciate all feedback on your experiences with the new Pi.5. Juli 2019 at 9:32 #46160
The official Max2Play 2.50 Buster Beta image is now available for download.
You can use it on all the new Raspberry Pi 4B models as well as on older Pis.
We appreciate all feedback from any device you can try the image on.
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