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  • Hi all,


    I'm a noob in Linux but got OVM 2 up and running with Plex. :thumbup:
    But, can anybody tell my how to install Roonserver? I have a guide from their website (http://kb.roonlabs.com/LinuxInstall) but i'm affraid that i break something.



    Many thx,


    Stijn.

    • Official Post

    i'm affraid that i break something.

    Make a backup and try the script. I quickly glanced at it and didn't notice anything that would break OMV.

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  • Thanks for the quick reply.


    Do i need the dependencies (Libasound, glibc 2.14)? I have no idea what they're talking about.

    • Official Post

    I didnt read everything but I think the script installs those. If it needs glibc 2.14, you will need OMV 3.x

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  • Hello,


    I try and so here what should be done :


    - You need to use OMV 3.0 (as stated by Ryecoaaron)
    - install curl
    sudo apt-get install curl
    - install bzip2 to uncompress the file
    sudo apt-get install bzip2


    then follow roonlab instructions


    sudo apt-get install ffmpeg
    sudo apt-get install cifs-utils


    curl -O http://download.roonlabs.com/b…ver-installer-linuxx64.sh
    chmod +x roonserver-installer-linuxx64.sh
    sudo ./roonserver-installer-linuxx64.sh


    and it should be ok :


    Do you want to install RoonServer on this machine? [Y/n] Y


    Downloading RoonServer_linuxx64.tar.bz2 to /tmp/tmp.IymyyYdSwG/RoonServer_linuxx64.tar.bz2


    ######################################################################## 100,0%


    Unpacking RoonServer_linuxx64.tar.bz2...Done


    Checking to see if RoonServer can run on this machine


    Checking for Binary Compatibility [ OK ]
    Checking for ALSA Libraries [ OK ]
    Checking for ffmpeg or avconv [ OK ]
    Checking for the mount.cifs command [ OK ]
    Testing ulimit -n 8192 [ OK ]


    STATUS: SUCCESS



    Copying Files...Done
    Failed to stop roonserver.service: Unit roonserver.service not loaded.


    Installing /etc/systemd/system/roonserver.service


    Enabling service roonserver...
    Created symlink from /etc/systemd/system/multi-user.target.wants/roonserver.service to /etc/systemd/system/roonserver.service.
    Service Enabled


    Starting service roonserver...
    Service Started


    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------


    All Done! RoonServer should be running on your machine now.


    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------


    root@openmediavault:~#

  • Thanks, thanks, thanks,

    That did the trick.


    One more question:
    I have a SSD with OVM installed, is the Roon database on that same SSD because that was not possible with Plex.
    I ask because Roon suggest a SSD for fast performance.


    Again,
    Many thanks for the great help!

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