BluOS controller app on Linux

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    Thanks for the feedback Rand.

    I have passed it along for future consideration...

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    Mark Schlegel

    I'd like to see this too.  I think the Bluos app for windows might just work on linux using the wine support but I'm not sure I'd want to buy a node 2i, get it home and find it doesn't work.

    Another option would be for the node 2i to have a web interface then anything with a web browser would just work.  I'm not sure why so few network players go that route, it seems like a no-brainer.

     

     

     

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    Rand K Barthel

    I am finding that the Android client on our phones works just fine, so I'll just use that for now. I'm not interested in trying to get Wine to work.

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    Antoine Gautier

    Same need here for a Linux port of the app.

    Or a cross-platform browser based version.

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    Cedmue

    +1 for linux supporting app or cross-platform based browser version

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    MarkBrauer

    I too would like to see browser access to the full BluOS interface. My main computing platform is a Chromebook, from which I download music and control my Synology NAS. I do log into my Node 2 using its URL and appreciate that I can access its settings, mostly to Reindex after adding new material to my network shares. It would sure be nice to have full player control too. The Synology DSM interface is an excellent example of how sophisticated a browser-based interface can be.

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    Clément Martin

    Same here, all computers run Linux at home, being limited to the android app is painful..

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