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Advantages of Minimserver vs. Synology Mediaserver?
21-04-2013, 10:16
Post: #11
RE: Advantages of Minimserver vs. Synology Mediaserver?
(21-04-2013 10:05)Siriuslux Wrote:  Thanks very much everybody.
After some thinking I managed to install:
- Java,
- Minimserver,
- BubbleServer

Playing music from the Minimserver works just fine using AudioStation as a control point and sending to the Oppo.
I still need to check how it works with Kinsky and using lists.

Hi, if you intend to use BubbleUPnP Server to make an 'OpenHome Renderer' out of the Oppo, please note that you need an OpenHome compliant control point. Theses are e.g. BubbleUPnP for Android, Kinsky or PlugPlayer.
With the Synology AudioStation, you wont be able to use the OpenHome Renderer. The Synology AudioStation also offers a kind of playlist management, but as compared to an OpenHome Renderer from BubbleUPnP Server, the AudioStation playlist is not visible by any other control point.
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29-04-2013, 06:08
Post: #12
RE: Advantages of Minimserver vs. Synology Mediaserver?
I finally managed - after some thinking - to have the playlists work independently of the control point. So no matter which iPhone or iPad, it always shows the same one - excellent!

The modifications I did:
- modify access rights for the bubbleserver:
read for "music"
read/write for "public"
read/write for "all"
- choose "main room" on the Control point Kinsky on the iPad vs. Oppo BDP-105.

What has changed though is that the hard disks in my Synology DS211+ don't go in sleep mode / stand by ode any more.

Does anyone have a hint?
I have Minimserver and Bubbleserver running on top of the usual things (the Synology Media Server, Audio Station, Photo Station, Virus Scan and DS 4.2 latest release from beginning of April 2013).

Thanks in advance for your help, maybe someone else encounters the issue as well.
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03-05-2013, 18:22
Post: #13
RE: Advantages of Minimserver vs. Synology Mediaserver?
(29-04-2013 06:08)Siriuslux Wrote:  What has changed though is that the hard disks in my Synology DS211+ don't go in sleep mode / stand by ode any more.

Does anyone have a hint?
I have Minimserver and Bubbleserver running on top of the usual things (the Synology Media Server, Audio Station, Photo Station, Virus Scan and DS 4.2 latest release from beginning of April 2013).

Thanks in advance for your help, maybe someone else encounters the issue as well.

Hi, the hibernation issue may be due to either MinimServer or BubbleUPnP Server writing messages to the respective log-files.
For MinimServer, make sure that you run version 0.72 and that the logging level is set to 'Info' (MinimWatch -> Show log -> Logging level).
For BubbleUPnP Server, you may change the logging level to 'OFF' or to 'SEVERE'. You can do this by changing the corresponding <logLevel> entry in the file 'configuration.xml' and doing a subsequent restart of BubbleUPnP Server. You'll find the configuration.xml file in the directory '/homes/bubbleupnp/appData'.
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11-05-2013, 20:13
Post: #14
RE: Advantages of Minimserver vs. Synology Mediaserver?
(03-05-2013 18:22)winxi Wrote:  
(29-04-2013 06:08)Siriuslux Wrote:  What has changed though is that the hard disks in my Synology DS211+ don't go in sleep mode / stand by ode any more.

Does anyone have a hint?
I have Minimserver and Bubbleserver running on top of the usual things (the Synology Media Server, Audio Station, Photo Station, Virus Scan and DS 4.2 latest release from beginning of April 2013).

Thanks in advance for your help, maybe someone else encounters the issue as well.

Hi, the hibernation issue may be due to either MinimServer or BubbleUPnP Server writing messages to the respective log-files.
For MinimServer, make sure that you run version 0.72 and that the logging level is set to 'Info' (MinimWatch -> Show log -> Logging level).
For BubbleUPnP Server, you may change the logging level to 'OFF' or to 'SEVERE'. You can do this by changing the corresponding <logLevel> entry in the file 'configuration.xml' and doing a subsequent restart of BubbleUPnP Server. You'll find the configuration.xml file in the directory '/homes/bubbleupnp/appData'.

Hi winxi,
thanks for the hints. Putting the loglevel to SEVERE didn't do the task, however after I updated BubbleUPNP to 0.65 and put the loglevel to OFF, the disks go to standby.
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