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How to set up a Linux-based music server at home

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In this article, I am going to focus on the hardware, software, and configuration issues that we need to resolve to set up a Linux-based music server as part of the home music system. Specifically, I'll look at the Raspberry Pi, Cubox-i, and Fit-PC as options for hosting your digital home music system.

Some of the material in this article can equally be applied to my previous article on the Linux laptop as a high-quality music player.

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