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    Quote Originally Posted by marflao View Post
    I can┤t log in via putty to the LMS. I tried it with the IP address and port 9000 but that doesn┤t work. Putty shuts down.
    It won't be listening for ssh on port 9000 - the correct port is 22 (but the ssh client should use that by default).

    Isn┤t that how it should work? Once i would be connected login as "root" and PW "1234", or?
    Can you remind me - what system are you running LMS on?
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    LMS is running on a Synology NAS.

    Tried to connect to port 22 and logged in as "root" but then it failed with PW "1234".

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    Quote Originally Posted by marflao View Post
    LMS is running on a Synology NAS.

    Tried to connect to port 22 and logged in as "root" but then it failed with PW "1234".
    I have no experience with the Synology, but according to google, it seems the default admin password is empty, not "1234".
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    Quote Originally Posted by Julf View Post
    I have no experience with the Synology, but according to google, it seems the default admin password is empty, not "1234".
    Hmm...doesn┤t work.
    Need to dig a bit deeper into this later this afternoon. Thanks so far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marflao View Post
    Hmm...doesn┤t work.
    Need to dig a bit deeper into this later this afternoon. Thanks so far.
    You might have to create a ssh user through the synology web interface.
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    Well...at least I tried it but wasn┤t successful in the end.

    What did I do:
    (i) used Notepad++, copy&past the code mentioned from Apesbrain and updated the Mac address with the one for my player (the Nexus 7) => saved the file as "custom-convert.conf" on my NAS (mounted to Explorer)
    (ii) opened putty, logged in on my NAS with "root" and the pw I use to access DSM and moved the file to the folder where the "convert.conf" file is located (in my case /volume1/@appstore/LmsRepack/)
    (iii) logged in the GUI of my NAS and clicked on package center. Stopped "LMS Repack" (I┤m using pinkdot┤s version) and started it again.
    (iv) started Squezzeplayer on my tablet, switched to OrangeSqueeze and started a 24/94 song with the result that the player "Asus Nexus 7" stopped.

    Now I┤m stucked again ;-)
    Any tip?

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    Quote Originally Posted by marflao View Post
    Any tip?
    Unfortunately, your NAS may not have enough CPU power to run SoX* in this way. If you want to confirm, temporarily install LMS on your PC and copy some of your hi-res music as well as the new custom-convert.conf to the appropriate places. Restart and try to play these files via your new LMS instance on your Nexus 7.

    *Are we sure the Synology distribution of LMS even has SoX support?
    Last edited by Apesbrain; 2015-08-16 at 12:32.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Apesbrain View Post
    Unfortunately, your NAS may not have enough CPU power to run SoX* in this way. If you want to confirm, temporarily install LMS on your PC and copy some of your hi-res music as well as the new custom-convert.conf to the appropriate places. Restart and try to play these files via your new LMS instance on your Nexus 7.

    *Are we sure the Synology distribution of LMS even has SoX support?
    Thanks Apesbrain.
    Maybe I try it.

    Btw... Don't know the answer wrt the Sox support yet.

    All the best,
    M.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Apesbrain View Post
    Unfortunately, your NAS may not have enough CPU power to run SoX* in this way. If you want to confirm, temporarily install LMS on your PC and copy some of your hi-res music as well as the new custom-convert.conf to the appropriate places. Restart and try to play these files via your new LMS instance on your Nexus 7.

    *Are we sure the Synology distribution of LMS even has SoX support?
    Quote Originally Posted by marflao View Post
    Thanks Apesbrain.
    Maybe I try it.

    Btw... Don't know the answer wrt the Sox support yet.

    All the best,
    M.
    You can check if a SoX binary is shipped with install they are all in the same folder , no I don't know where they reside on your NAS ( sorry , Google )

    However this may be the problem all along , if SoX is not supported on your synology model that's may be why it's broken in the first place .
    Just try LMS a real computer ,but don't yet add your custom.convert.conf . Maybe there is nothing wrong with the player .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mnyb View Post
    You can check if a SoX binary is shipped with install they are all in the same folder , no I don't know where they reside on your NAS ( sorry , Google )
    Worst case you can always do a "find / -name sox", but it will take a while...
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