This layer provides a convenient way to turn your device into a jukebox playing Pandora. If all you want is a command-line client, there is a standalone recipe for building pianobar, a console-based pandora client. For more user-friendly experience, you can also serve up Patiobar, a node.js-based web front end for pianobar.
Poky URI: git://git.yoctoproject.org/poky.git branch: denzil or later revision: HEAD
meta-nodejs URI: https://github.com/imyller/meta-nodejs.git branch: krogoth or later
meta-jukebox doesn’t include any reference images, and there are only three recipes. To build, just add the layer (and its dependencies meta-nodejs and poky) to your project and bitbake away.
If you want a more detailed guide for making a jukebox out of a Raspberry Pi, why not try out the ATS Garage Raspberry Pi quickstart?
All metadata is MIT licensed unless otherwise stated. Source code included in tree for individual recipes is under the LICENSE stated in each recipe (.bb file) unless otherwise stated.