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NAA Daemon
Signalyst Network Audio Adapter (NAA) daemon allows you to stream music from an HQPlayer source (like Windows) and output directly from your DietPi device. Features DRC, high quality up-sampling (like 192Khz) and more.
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HQPlayer Desktop (Windows):
This will allow you to stream audio from your Windows PC, to the NAA Daemon on the DietPi device.
  • Download and install HQPlayer Desktop for Windows: https://www.signalyst.eu/consumer.html
  • Run the program
  • To configure HQPlayer to use the NAA Daemon on the DietPi device:
    • Select File then Settings
    • Under 'Backend', select NetworkAudioAdapter. The DietPi device should be detected automatically.
    • Click Ok to save changes
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Tomcat8:
Tomcat is a Servlet and JSP Server serving Java technologies. In your Java project you can build your WAR (short for Web ARchive) file, and simply drop it in the deploy directory in Tomcat.
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Access web interface: Add .WAR programs to Tomcat8:
Place your downloaded .war files in the following folder:
  • /var/lib/tomcat8/webapps
  • Restart services with dietpi-services restart, then wait for the .war to load (it can take some time)
  • You can then access the .war by using http://192.168.0.100:8080/mywar.war

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Open Media Vault: NOT available anymore due to incompatibilities!
openmediavault is web interface network attached storage (NAS) solution based on Debian Linux. It contains services like SSH, (S)FTP, SMB/CIFS, DAAP media server, RSync, BitTorrent client and many more. Thanks to the modular design of the framework it can be enhanced via plugins.

Notice:
OMV has known issues and is not 100% compatibile with DietPi, or, user config changes (eg: fstab). If you use this software, it is recommended to install only on a fresh DietPi installation, and, use OMV features only.
For example, use of dietpi-drive_manager to format a drive (or a command line manual format, with mount entry added to /etc/fstab), then using OMV to setup shares, will cause known issues:
https://github.com/Fourdee/DietPi/issue ... -274332945


Requires:
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O!MPD:
A feature-rich web interface audio player for MPD. Includes song/album scraping, ideal for music catalog browsing.

Also installs:
  • MPD (music player daemon)
  • Web server
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Access web interface: Transfer/Add Music: Update/Scan library:
  • Click the settings button (cog, top right)
  • Click update
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DietPi-Services
DietPi-Services allows to control the service states of all installed software, as well as tweak system wide nice/priority levels, CPU affinity and scheduler policies.
DietPi will automatically start and stop services as needed, e.g. during boot, shutdown, backups and software installations.

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Stop services: dietpi-services stop

Start services: dietpi-services start

Service status: dietpi-services status

Include/Exclude services:
  • Option 1: Start dietpi-services and use the Add menu entry, respectively the Include/Exclude service submenu entry.
  • Option 2: Create/edit the following file: /boot/dietpi/.dietpi-services_include_exclude
    Add + entries for each additional service you wish to control. Add - entries for items you wish to exclude. Example:

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    + service1
    - deluged
    - deluge-web
    + mightymoocow
    - lighttpd
Process tool tweaks:
  • Nice:
    As all active processes share the same CPU, DietPi-Process Tool allows you to control which processes are more or less important. By setting a higher priority level (nice), the software process will be given more of the CPU shared resources, essentially reducing any delay from other software processes.
  • Affinity:
    For systems with multiple cores, you can control which cores are available for each program.
  • Scheduler policies:
    For time critical programs (eg: audio processes / robotics), setting the scheduler to FIFO/RR will ensure maximum priority and "real-time" execution. Further information.
  • Example system:
    • Your server runs Pi-hole and a web server.
    • Pi-hole is the main use of this server, and, you want to reduce any possible delay from other programs.
    • So we set Pi-Hole to a higher priority level of nice -10.
    • Pi-hole will now be more responsive. Its users should not experience random delays when browsing the web.
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Blynk Server
Platform with iOs and Android apps to control Arduino, ESP8266, Raspberry Pi and similar microcontroller boards over the Internet.

Also installs:
  • Blynk JS Libary
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Install notes:
  • DietPi installs Blynk (including user data and config file) to the following location:
    /mnt/dietpi_userdata/blynk
  • Log files can be found in: /var/log/blynk
  • We created a systemd service for Blynk, DietPi will automatically start this:
    systemctl status blynkserver
  • DietPi will also install Blynk JS Libary, along with this installation. Please skip this section when you reach the Blynk user guide.
Access web admin interface: Server configuration:
  • NB: The config "file" changes in the web UI do not have an effect yet: https://github.com/blynkkk/blynk-server/issues/1318
  • To change settings you need to edit /mnt/dietpi_userdata/blynk/server.properties
    and restart the Blynk server: systemctl restart blynkserver
Official documentation: Install Blynk App (Android): Getting started with Blynk App:
  • To log into your own server, press Log In, then the three dots at the bottom and switch the slider to CUSTOM. There you can enter your own Blynk servers IP/domain and use the above login credentials.
  • You can then skip creating an external Blynk account and instead go on and create a new project directly: https://docs.blynk.cc/#getting-started- ... ew-project
Run test script:
  • Once you create a project in the iOS/Android App, replace the following with your auth code, then run the command:
    blynk-client Replace_With_Your_Auth_Code
Update to the latest version:
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Aria2:
Download manager, with a slick web UI interface. Also supports BitTorrent downloads.

Also installs:
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Access web interface:
  • url = http://192.168.0.100/aria2/docs
  • rpc secret password = dietpi
    This needs to be entered in the following location, in the web interface:
    • Settings
    • Connection Settings
    • Enter the rpc secret password into the Enter the secret token (optional): box, then save changes
Access downloads: Make changes to Aria2 settings permanently:
Please note, the aria2-webui does not support saving settings after session shutdown, this is a known limitation with the software, please use the aria2.conf to make changes:
  • Stop services with dietpi-services stop
  • Edit the following configuration file /mnt/dietpi_userdata/aria2/aria2.conf, making your required changes.
  • Start services with dietpi-services start
  • Full list of aria2.conf settings: https://aria2.github.io/manual/en/html/aria2c.html
Recommended: Protect your privacy with a VPN:
Although we enable forced encryption on all our BitTorrent clients, if you wish to ensure complete privacy and peice of mind for all your downloaded content, using a VPN is critical.
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YaCy
Decentralized open source search engine. Essentially, "peer 2 peer" Google search engine, not controlled by Google ;)

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Access web interface:
URL = http://192.168.0.100:8090

Admin Interface Login:
Set password with:

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/etc/yacy/bin/passwd.sh mypassword
Login details are then:
  • Username = admin
  • Password = mypassword
Reduce CPU usage:
YaCy is extremely CPU intensive, coupled with constant background processing, we highly recommend using dietpi-services to reduce process priority.
  • Recommended setting: Nice = 19

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Tonido:
Lightweight backup and sync server, includes web interface and external cloud access.

Notes:
- Windows sync app is not supported for ARMv7 (RPi): https://github.com/Fourdee/DietPi/issue ... -290915782
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Install notes:
NB: This documentation has been updated for, and requires DietPi v6.12
  • DietPi installs Tonido to the following location:
    /mnt/dietpi_userdata/tonido
  • DietPi symlinks Tonido data directories automatically. Therefore, default Tonido sync/userdata locations will point to /mnt/dietpi_userdata/tonido:

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    /home/tonido/tonido #PointsTo# /mnt/dietpi_userdata/tonido
    /home/tonido/TonidoSync #PointsTo# /mnt/dietpi_userdata/tonido/sync 
    /home/tonido/TonidoSyncData #PointsTo# /mnt/dietpi_userdata/tonido/syncdata
  • We created a SystemD service for Tonido, DietPi will automatically start this:
    systemctl status tonido
Access Web Interface:

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IceCast:
Shoutcast streaming server, includes DarkIce for audio input (eg: mic).
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Install notes:
  • DietPi will attempt to detect mic input during installation, and apply to DarkIce. If a mic was not available, or you experience issue, check available mics with:

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    arecord -l
    • Then edit the device entry in /etc/darkice.cfg, or
    • Simple copy and paste:

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      sed -i "/^device[[:space:]]/c\device = hw:$(arecord -l | grep -m1 'card' | awk '{print $2}' | sed 's/://'),0" /etc/darkice.cfg
    • Restart services

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      dietpi-services restart
  • We created a SystemD service for DarkIce, DietPi will automatically start this:
    systemctl status darkice -l
Access IceCast Web Interface:
  • url = http://192.168.0.100:8000
  • source password = dietpi
  • relay password = dietpi
  • admin password = randomly generated, use code below to view:

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    cat /etc/icecast2/icecast.xml | grep admin-password
Access Recording File:
This is disabled by default.
  • A recording of the stream can be enabled by editing /etc/darkice.cfg, then un-commenting localDumpFile = /mnt/dietpi_userdata/darkice_recording.ogg
  • Restart services:

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    dietpi-services restart
  • A recording will then be saved in the following location:

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    /mnt/dietpi_userdata/darkice_recording.ogg

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