Sounds very promising. I’ll have to await the new release :).
I just ran some tests on windows (10) and linux (mint) using Civetweb instead of Mongoose/Nginx (Cabby was a failure). I quite like it, I might stick with it. Here’s instructions in case you’re interested, or for future reference. I do not believe I have altered anything but 1 line in the mongoose.conf file (which is literally the same for Civetweb):
- You can delete the PHP directory of audiostreamer
- ~ $ sudo apt-get update
- ~ $ sudo apt-get install build-essential
- ~ $ sudo apt-get install php5-cgi
- ~ $ sudo apt-get install php5-sqlite
- Download Civetweb (latest tar.gz from sourceforge),
follow installation instructions on that page (make, sudo make install)
- cd to audiostreamer
- in the mongoose.conf file of audiostreamer (I called mine civetweb.conf):
change ‘cgi_interpreter ./php/php-cgi.exe’ to ‘cgi_interpreter /usr/bin/php5-cgi’
- ~ $ civetweb mongoose.conf
- use the full path when scanning for music (for example: /home/username/Music
instead of ~/Music)
Looking forward to your release, do take your time though.