A DJ for your bluetooth speaker. It plays songs that people request via a web app.
Make sure golang is installed and in
$PATH. Then run the following:
make make install
Next start/enable the appropriate systemd service:
litbit-server.service for the server or
litbit.service for the client.
Runs on any internet-accesible server and provides the web interface and song queueing.
Runs on the Raspberry Pi and queries the server for the next song to play. It uses cvlc to play YouTube videos and pianobar to play Pandora stations.
Copyright (c) 2017 Ian Glen
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