mStream – Music streaming server with GUI management tools. Runs on Mac, Windows, and Linux. (Source Code)
Demo & Other Links
Check Out The Demo!
- Cross Platform. Works on Windows, OSX, Linux, & FreeBSD
- Light on memory and CPU
- Tested on multi-terabyte libraries
- Runs on ARM boards like the Raspberry Pi
- Gapless Playback
- Milkdrop Visualizer
- Playlist Sharing
- Upload Files through the file explorer
This App is Open Source. See the Source Code
Quick Install from CLI
Deploying an mStream server is simple.
# Install From Git git clone https://github.com/IrosTheBeggar/mStream.git cd mStream # Install dependencies and run npm run-script wizard
Dependencies: NodeJS v10 or greater
Supported File Formats: flac, mp3, mp4, wav, ogg, opus, aac, m4a
mStream is built on top some great open-source libraries:
- music-metadata – The best metadata parser for NodeJS
And thanks to the LinuxServer.io group for maintaining the Docker image!
Install From NPM
To install mStream server, you will need to have a server computer running Linux or macOS operating system. Here are the steps you can follow to install mStream server:
- First, make sure that you have Node.js and npm (Node Package Manager) installed on your server. You can check if you have these tools installed by running the following command in your terminal:
- If you do not have Node.js and npm installed, you can install them by following the instructions on the Node.js website (https://nodejs.org/en/download/).
- Once you have Node.js and npm installed, you can install mStream server by running the following command in your terminal:
npm install -g mstream-server
- After the installation is complete, you can start the mStream server by running the following command:
- The mStream server should now be running, and you can access it from any device on the same network by using the mStream client app.