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Why is 'Not secure' displayed in browser address bar when accessing Euphony Web Application? Should I be concerned?
Displaying Not secure is just a warning by browser that it does not have a secure (https) connection with the site. Since the site is on your local network, a secure connection is not needed and you should not be worried. If somebody could make a man-in-the-middle attack (which https connection is designed to prevent) between your browser and your euphony machine, which are both on your home netw...
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Attach external USB drive to Euphony computer
1) Attach (plug in) your USB drive (we call it External Storage) to your computer. Euphony accepts your USB drives in formats FAT, FAT32 and NTFS. 2) In the Euphony web app - you choose Tools (blue cogwheel in upper right corner) and find Tools->Settings->Library menu. 3) Here, under the section "External storage" you can find all your attached storage devices listed. You can use "refresh pa...
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Enabling ramroot feature that resides in the Euphony Expert settings section means that the Euphony OS root filesystem (partition of the boot disk with kernel, system packages and application packages) will be loaded to RAM after boot. After booting to ramroot, the kernel and all programs will start by using their program files located on a 'virtual' disk in RAM memory (named zram0), as opposed to...
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Playing from RAM in Euphony
While the song is playing, it is beneficial to sound quality to reduce other system activity that would normally occur: reading song bytes from storage or network. The best way to do this is to preload the complete song to RAM before playing. Euphony tries to do that whenever possible, but the exact functionality and extent of buffering depend on several factors: song location - local (disk or net...
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File Manager application (CD ripping and SACD ISO extract)
Euphony has a separate File Manager application that you can use to copy data between your attached drives.It has some standard file manager features where you can browse the library folder structure, select some amount of files and folders and copy/move them to the selected destination. It can be accessed through Euphony App Main menu or directly using the euphony address and :8080 at the end, i....
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Adding Network Drive (connect to NAS)
The fields in the "Add new network drive" part of "Network drives" section should be self-explanatory, but there is some ambiguity in their use especially for users not familiar with how Linux handles SMB. "Browse network" button: although this is the simplest way to get fields pre-filled, it is not guaranteed to work on your network or with your NAS or Windows share folder. If nothing shows, just...
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How to enable Network Bridge
  To enable Bridging in Euphony OS you need to have two Ethernet cards installed on your computer.  Both shall be correctly recognized by OS (ie.Euphony OS needs to support this specific hardware!). . Bridge is activated in Settings->System settings-Network Interfaces.  "Network Interfaces" - dialog appears only if you have two network cards in system. Notice: Dialog will not be appear if syste...
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