Will this also be the case, for the Logitech Media Server: Unix Tarball
(i386, x86_64, i386 FreeBSD, ARM EABI, PowerPC).
As i maintain the installation for the QNap, curious to check if it

mherger wrote: 
> I'm in the process of migrating the build environment for Logitech Media
> Server to a totally new system. The change hopefully will be transparent
> to you.
> Recent Mac builds already run on this new system, as the old Mac build 
> host died a few weeks ago. There should be no surprise here.
> The Windows build are looking good, too. At least in my quick testing.
> The biggest unknown is Linux/tarballs. Not only are there so many I 
> can't test them all. But the new system is resulting in smaller 
> binaries, in particular the .deb hosts. From what I understand dpkg is 
> using more efficient compression in recent revisions. I certainly hope 
> this is the reason for the smaller package size...
> Therefore: please give the latest builds a try and let me know of any 
> issue you're seeing. I haven't fully migrated yet (still waiting for the
> actual build host...). But as the old system gave up its ghost today, 
> I'll be running the build VMs from my dev machine for now. There's no 
> going back...
> Keep fingers crossed and let me know about any issues. Thanks!
> -- 
> Michael

maintainer of QLogitechMediaServer, QOptware-NG and QAutoSub.

Qnap TS-453a, with LogitechMediaSever 7.9.1 ( with spotty and youtube )
Serval raspberry with hifiberry amp+ and picoreplayer.
Love logitechmediaserver for it flexibel way, to play music from
different sources.*
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