Install volumio on raspberry pi as commend SSH?

is thare option to install volumio on raspberry pi not via .img?

why not via img? think all are img so far as i know… it’s not a little thing running something
next to it could crash volumio… btw it uses 3 partitions…

i want to install ledfx with volumio

i think that you will have a problem loading your UI next to volumio … i use arduino’s for my leds
because the UI of volumio will redirect all things back to volumio
and doesn’t let you do anything else next to it
just try << your pi’s ip >> /banana and you will see what i mean…

why? ledfx is end with port 8888 and volumio as not

i don’t think that it will work or you have to alter the volumio re-director

Is it possible to hear the sound also via the web (

that’s local dude not via your wan ip and no only on your outputs… it’s a web controlled player
sound comes out of your dac or pi or hat…

If you mean https streaming, this was discussed here

is thare away to hear the sound from web ui on another pc and not from the machine that volumio install on him?

never tried it so i don’t know yet, if the post of bobykus don’t work i really don’t know.

do i need to install mpd first?
Because I do not find it in the list of plugins

mpd is the player on volumio…

I do not know if I am doing the right thing:
I added this:
audio_output {type "httpd" name "My HTTP MPD Stream" port "8000" format "44100: 16: 1"}
At the bottom of the file
and I did enable it: MPD Clients to change Volume

I would really suggest you try reading up a little - this isn’t the version of mpd that Volumio runs, but it should give you an idea.

That just allows mpd to control the volume directly.

To really enable it, make the changes to the /volumio/app/plugins/music_service/mpd/mpd.conf.tmpl file (I would suggest backing it up first just for just in case) and then restart Volumio.

Good luck!

i add like this:

and after reboot no sound on

i find this guide but it not working for me Unaccessible

Can I stream out from Volumio to other PCs? : raspberry_pi (
** I installed volumio on an x86 laptop because I needed the Raspberry Pi for something else

Did you check your logs?

no how do i do that?

Maybe I should install a snapcast? So I installed the plugin and this is what appears in the log

info: CALLMETHOD: miscellanea snapcast updateSnapServer [object Object]
info: CoreCommandRouter::executeOnPlugin: snapcast , updateSnapServer
info: Successfully updated snapserver configuration
volumio : TTY=unknown ; PWD=/ ; USER=root ; COMMAND=/bin/systemctl restart snapserver
pam_unix(sudo:session): session opened for user root by (uid=0)
pam_unix(sudo:session): session closed for user root
/bin/touch: cannot touch ‘/etc/asound.conf’: Permission denied
info: Could not touch config with error: Error: Command failed: /bin/touch /etc/asound.conf
/bin/touch: cannot touch ‘/etc/asound.conf’: Permission denied
info: Touched asound config
info: The following error occurred while starting snapserver: Error: Command failed: /usr/bin/sudo /bin/systemctl restart snapserver
Failed to restart snapserver.service: Unit snapserver.service is masked.
/bin/sed: couldn’t open temporary file /etc/sedzrzE99: Permission denied
info: Could not clear config with error: Error: Command failed: /bin/sed -i – ‘/#SNAPCAST/,/#ENDOFSNAPCAST/d’ /etc/asound.conf
/bin/sed: couldn’t open temporary file /etc/sedzrzE99: Permission denied
info: Cleared previous asound config
info: CMD: /bin/sh /data/plugins/miscellanea/snapcast/
info: Successfully executed script {/data/plugins/miscellanea/snapcast/}
error: Upnp client error: Error: connect ECONNREFUSED