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    I believe weĺre good. Bullseye on x86 uses Perl 5.32. And thanks to the pCP team we have that for ARM CPUs already.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Man in a van View Post
    You go first. I always forget the steps I take to install everything. I should really make notes.

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    Bullseye Desktop; LMS v 8.3.0 with the Debian house Squeezelite.

    Using the headphone output and RP, quick install

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    Quote Originally Posted by Man in a van View Post
    Bullseye Desktop; LMS v 8.3.0 with the Debian house Squeezelite.

    Using the headphone output and RP, quick install

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    Do you think desktop is preferable to lite? I used desktop for Buster.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slartibartfast View Post
    Do you think desktop is preferable to lite? I used desktop for Buster.

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    It's a lot easier to remote into with VNC

    This is a 8gb rpi4b on which I use the desktop for some other stuff; gparted, rpi-imager, Pi-Shrink.

    LMS is really a backup.

    I would think that Lite is preferable if just using the rpi as an independant LMS server, one would only need to ssh in occasionally for an update

    I don't know what 's happening about the 64 bit developement

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    Quote Originally Posted by Man in a van View Post
    It's a lot easier to remote into with VNC

    This is a 8gb rpi4b on which I use the desktop for some other stuff; gparted, rpi-imager, Pi-Shrink.

    LMS is really a backup.

    I would think that Lite is preferable if just using the rpi as an independant LMS server, one would only need to ssh in occasionally for an update

    I don't know what 's happening about the 64 bit developement

    ronnie
    I am happy to stick with 32 bit. MusicIP probably wouldn't work on 64 bit. I have a SanDisk Extreme 32 GB arriving tomorrow so I can keep my working Buster installation.

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    I have 32 gb card in use for Buster Desktop at the moment.

    Checked with gparted and I can fit it on a 16 gb card.

    I'll user the sd card copier on the desktop to make a backup on the 16 gb, copy that to a usb stick using Win32Disk imager and use Pi-shrink to squeeze it down a bit more.

    Copy that to my PC and I have a complete backup, handy for use later; if needed

    It's a little more of a faff than using the Image copy on pCP, but only a little

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    Quote Originally Posted by Man in a van View Post
    It's a lot easier to remote into with VNC

    This is a 8gb rpi4b on which I use the desktop for some other stuff; gparted, rpi-imager, Pi-Shrink.

    LMS is really a backup.

    I would think that Lite is preferable if just using the rpi as an independant LMS server, one would only need to ssh in occasionally for an update

    I don't know what 's happening about the 64 bit developement

    ronnie
    Is VNC just an alternative to something like WinSCP?

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    Not really - at least not as its primary function.
    It is a remote desktop viewer.
    You sit at one end and can see the screen (full desktop) output at the other.
    Paul Webster
    Author of "Now Playing" plugins covering Radio France (FIP etc), PlanetRadio (Bauer - Kiss, Absolute, Scala, JazzFM etc), KCRW, ABC Australia and CBC/Radio-Canada
    and, via the extra "Radio Now Playing" plugin lots more - see https://forums.slimdevices.com/showt...Playing-plugin

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