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Tip: How to install Amarok Apollo WebUI


Application: Amarok Apollo WebUI - Jul 26 2013
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Question:Default installation:

  • Open Amarok

  • Go to Settings menu, then Configure Amarok

  • In the Scripts tab, press the Manage Scripts button

  • Search for Amarok Apollo WebUI, then press the Install button

  • Restart Amarok

  • Go to Settings menu, Configure Amarok. In the Scripts tab, check if Amarok Apollo WebUI is enabled.


  • Manual installation:

  • Download ZIP file from GitHub http://mudar.github.io/Amarok-Apollo-WebUI/

  • Open a Terminal console, and go to your download location. Example: Quote:
    cd ~/Downloads;

  • Extract the ZIP file contents : Quote:
    unzip Amarok-Apollo-WebUI-master.zip;

  • Move into the newly-extracted directory: Quote:
    cd Amarok-Apollo-WebUI-master/

  • Move the source directory to the Amarok scripts directory: Quote:
    mv src/ ~/.kde/share/apps/amarok/scripts/amarok-apollo-webui

  • Restart Amarok

  • Go to Settings menu, Configure Amarok. In the Scripts tab, check if Amarok Apollo WebUI is enabled.

  • This is based on a regular Linux-Kubutunu installation, please adjust paths to your configuration if different.

    Testing:

  • For a quick test, open your browser on the same computer that runs Amarok.

  • Go to [url]http://localhost:8084/[/url]

  • If you see the Amarok Apollo WebUI homepage, then that's it!

  • Otherwise: something's gone wrong. Sorry!


  • Remote access from mobile device:

  • Using your smartphone or tablet, connect to your WiFi.

  • The computer running Amarok must be on the same network as your mobile device.

  • Open Amarok

  • Go to Settings menu, then Amarok Apollo WebUI

  • Note the IP address of the computer running Amarok. It should be something like 192.168.1.112. Values vary according to router configurations!

  • On the mobile device, open your web browser and go to http://192.168.1.112:8084/ (replace IP and port values if needed)

  • If you see the Amarok Apollo WebUI homepage, then that's it!

  • Otherwise: something's gone wrong. Sorry!


  • Tip: How to install Amarok Apollo WebUI  Tip: How to install Amarok Apollo WebUI  


    Answer:For more information: http://mudar.github.io/Amarok-Apollo-WebUI/

    Note: Trying to add tips to the knowledge base (wiki), so I've asked and answered my own question ;-)

    If WebUI doesn't work remotely, you probably need to open a port in your firewall.

    In openSUSE, open yast/Firewall. try disabling firewall then try WebUI. If it works open Allowed Services, then Advanced at the lower right, add the WebUI set port to the TCP Ports line, OK, Next and restart Firewall.




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