Subsonic is a media streaming and sharing platform created by Sindre Mehus (see https://www.subsonic.org).
This snap runs under full confinement, which means it will not be able to access files outside of it's 'home' folder. Normally this would make the app pretty useless, right? So to get around this issue somewhat the snap also consumes the removable-media interface. But it is not hooked up by default. So after installing the snap do:
$ sudo snap connect subsonic-arubislander:removable-media
After that, anything mounted under /media will be accessible from the snap.
version 6.1.6+snap14 - 17
- version bumps to trigger rebuilds for package upgrades.
New since version 6.1.6+snap13
- Reverted clean-up part, as this broke ffmpeg in the snap
- Moved snap base to core18
New since version 6.1.6+snap11
- Implemented clean-up part to try to reduce snap size
New since version 6.1.6+snap10
- Triggered new build for package updates
New since version 6.1.6+snap9
- Fixed failing build of armhf platform by using ffmpeg from the repos.
New since version 6.1.6+snap1
New since version 6.1.3+snap14
Introduction of configuration settings:
- host: IP address for the service to listen on. Defaults to
0.0.0.0to listen on all IP addresses.
- port: What port the service should listen on. Defaults to
- https-port: What port to use for https. Defaults to
0, for no https
- context-path: The context path to use for the url of the service. Defaults to
- max-memory: Max amount of memory in MB that the java virtual machine is allowed to use. Defaults to
To set the subsonic service to use a maximum of 450 MB and listen on URL: http://192.168.5.10:8080/subsonic do:
$ snap set subsonic-arubislander host=192.168.1.10 port=8080 \ context-path="/subsonic" max-memory=450
The service needs to be restarted to pick up the new settings:
$ snap restart subsonic-arubislander