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    Quote Originally Posted by mherger View Post
    > [17-11-05 08:51:34.0770] Plugins::MusicArtistInfo::AllMusic::__ANON__
    > (731) error: Can't connect to https URL lack of IO::Socket::SSL:
    > https://www.allmusic.com/album/


    You need to install IO::Socket::SSL on your system. Has been discussed
    in many threads before (Spotty, Youtube, Radio Paradise...).

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    Michael
    Apologies, I didn't find a remedy when I tried a couple of searches initially. Thanks, I found instructions in the Spotty thread. However, I have a ReadyNAS Ultra 4 and don't readily have root access. I was able to find instructions to add the plugin to enable root access to the ReadyNAS, but I just spent a couple of hours trying to get it to work and I've given up. I'll go back to using Squeezebox just for playing the music.
    Location 1: ReadyNAS Ultra 2 4TB > LMS 7.9.0 > 2 Touch, 1 Duet
    Controller: Nexus 7 >Orange Squeeze
    Music: Ripping (FLAC) dbpoweramp, Tagging: mp3tag

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    Announce: Music & Artist Informationplugin

    > Apologies, I didn't find a remedy when I tried a couple of searches
    > initially. Thanks, I found instructions in the Spotty thread. However, I
    > have a ReadyNAS Ultra 4 and don't readily have root access. I was able
    > to find instructions to add the plugin to enable root access to the
    > ReadyNAS, but I just spent a couple of hours trying to get it to work
    > and I've given up. I'll go back to using Squeezebox just for playing the
    > music.


    Or you install LMS on a Pi, using the NAS as a store only. I've gone
    that way and don't regret.

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    Michael

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    Quote Originally Posted by mherger View Post
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    Or you install LMS on a Pi, using the NAS as a store only. I've gone
    that way and don't regret.

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    Michael
    This is an excellent idea. That's exactly what I need to do.

    Thanks!
    Location 1: ReadyNAS Ultra 2 4TB > LMS 7.9.0 > 2 Touch, 1 Duet
    Controller: Nexus 7 >Orange Squeeze
    Music: Ripping (FLAC) dbpoweramp, Tagging: mp3tag

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