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  1. # An example configuration file for MPD
  2. # See the mpd.conf man page for a more detailed description of each parameter.
  3.  
  4.  
  5. # Files and directories #######################################################
  6. #
  7. # This setting controls the top directory which MPD will search to discover the
  8. # available audio files and add them to the daemon's online database. This
  9. # setting defaults to the XDG directory, otherwise the music directory will be
  10. # be disabled and audio files will only be accepted over ipc socket (using
  11. # file:// protocol) or streaming files over an accepted protocol.
  12. #
  13. #music_directory                "/home/dana/Music/"
  14. #
  15. # This setting sets the MPD internal playlist directory. The purpose of this
  16. # directory is storage for playlists created by MPD. The server will use
  17. # playlist files not created by the server but only if they are in the MPD
  18. # format. This setting defaults to playlist saving being disabled.
  19. #
  20. playlist_directory "/home/dana/Music/playlists"
  21. #
  22. # This setting sets the location of the MPD database. This file is used to
  23. # load the database at server start up and store the database while the
  24. # server is not up. This setting defaults to disabled which will allow
  25. # MPD to accept files over ipc socket (using file:// protocol) or streaming
  26. # files over an accepted protocol.
  27. #
  28. db_file "/home/dana/Music/mpd.db"
  29. #
  30. # These settings are the locations for the daemon log files for the daemon.
  31. # These logs are great for troubleshooting, depending on your log_level
  32. # settings.
  33. #
  34. # The special value "syslog" makes MPD use the local syslog daemon. This
  35. # setting defaults to logging to syslog, otherwise logging is disabled.
  36. #
  37. #log_file                       "/home/dana/Music/mpd.log"
  38. #
  39. # This setting sets the location of the file which stores the process ID
  40. # for use of mpd --kill and some init scripts. This setting is disabled by
  41. # default and the pid file will not be stored.
  42. #
  43. pid_file "/home/dana/Music/mpd.pid"
  44. #
  45. # This setting sets the location of the file which contains information about
  46. # most variables to get MPD back into the same general shape it was in before
  47. # it was brought down. This setting is disabled by default and the server
  48. # state will be reset on server start up.
  49. #
  50. state_file "/var/lib/mpd/mpdstate"
  51. #
  52. # The location of the sticker database.  This is a database which
  53. # manages dynamic information attached to songs.
  54. #
  55. #sticker_file                   "~/.mpd/sticker.sql"
  56. #
  57. ###############################################################################
  58.  
  59.  
  60. # General music daemon options ################################################
  61. #
  62. # This setting specifies the user that MPD will run as. MPD should never run as
  63. # root and you may use this setting to make MPD change its user ID after
  64. # initialization. This setting is disabled by default and MPD is run as the
  65. # current user.
  66. #
  67. user "dana"
  68. #
  69. # This setting specifies the group that MPD will run as. If not specified
  70. # primary group of user specified with "user" setting will be used (if set).
  71. # This is useful if MPD needs to be a member of group such as "audio" to
  72. # have permission to use sound card.
  73. #
  74. #group                          "nogroup"
  75. #
  76. # This setting sets the address for the daemon to listen on. Careful attention
  77. # should be paid if this is assigned to anything other then the default, any.
  78. # This setting can deny access to control of the daemon.
  79. #
  80. # For network
  81. #bind_to_address                "127.0.0.1"
  82. #
  83. # And for Unix Socket
  84. #bind_to_address                "~/.mpd/socket"
  85. #
  86. # This setting is the TCP port that is desired for the daemon to get assigned
  87. # to.
  88. #
  89. #port                           "6600"
  90. #
  91. # This setting controls the type of information which is logged. Available
  92. # setting arguments are "default", "secure" or "verbose". The "verbose" setting
  93. # argument is recommended for troubleshooting, though can quickly stretch
  94. # available resources on limited hardware storage.
  95. #
  96. #log_level                      "default"
  97. #
  98. # If you have a problem with your MP3s ending abruptly it is recommended that
  99. # you set this argument to "no" to attempt to fix the problem. If this solves
  100. # the problem, it is highly recommended to fix the MP3 files with vbrfix
  101. # (available from <http://www.willwap.co.uk/Programs/vbrfix.php>), at which
  102. # point gapless MP3 playback can be enabled.
  103. #
  104. #gapless_mp3_playback                   "yes"
  105. #
  106. # Setting "restore_paused" to "yes" puts MPD into pause mode instead
  107. # of starting playback after startup.
  108. #
  109. #restore_paused "no"
  110. #
  111. # This setting enables MPD to create playlists in a format usable by other
  112. # music players.
  113. #
  114. #save_absolute_paths_in_playlists       "no"
  115. #
  116. # This setting defines a list of tag types that will be extracted during the
  117. # audio file discovery process. The complete list of possible values can be
  118. # found in the mpd.conf man page.
  119. #metadata_to_use        "artist,album,title,track,name,genre,date,composer,performer,disc"
  120. #
  121. # This setting enables automatic update of MPD's database when files in
  122. # music_directory are changed.
  123. #
  124. #auto_update    "yes"
  125. #
  126. # Limit the depth of the directories being watched, 0 means only watch
  127. # the music directory itself.  There is no limit by default.
  128. #
  129. #auto_update_depth "3"
  130. #
  131. ###############################################################################
  132.  
  133.  
  134. # Symbolic link behavior ######################################################
  135. #
  136. # If this setting is set to "yes", MPD will discover audio files by following
  137. # symbolic links outside of the configured music_directory.
  138. #
  139. #follow_outside_symlinks        "yes"
  140. #
  141. # If this setting is set to "yes", MPD will discover audio files by following
  142. # symbolic links inside of the configured music_directory.
  143. #
  144. #follow_inside_symlinks         "yes"
  145. #
  146. ###############################################################################
  147.  
  148.  
  149. # Zeroconf / Avahi Service Discovery ##########################################
  150. #
  151. # If this setting is set to "yes", service information will be published with
  152. # Zeroconf / Avahi.
  153. #
  154. #zeroconf_enabled               "yes"
  155. #
  156. # The argument to this setting will be the Zeroconf / Avahi unique name for
  157. # this MPD server on the network.
  158. #
  159. #zeroconf_name                  "Music Player"
  160. #
  161. ###############################################################################
  162.  
  163.  
  164. # Permissions #################################################################
  165. #
  166. # If this setting is set, MPD will require password authorization. The password
  167. # can setting can be specified multiple times for different password profiles.
  168. #
  169. #password                        "password@read,add,control,admin"
  170. #
  171. # This setting specifies the permissions a user has who has not yet logged in.
  172. #
  173. #default_permissions             "read,add,control,admin"
  174. #
  175. ###############################################################################
  176.  
  177.  
  178. # Input #######################################################################
  179. #
  180.  
  181. input {
  182.         plugin "curl"
  183. #       proxy "proxy.isp.com:8080"
  184. #       proxy_user "user"
  185. #       proxy_password "password"
  186. }
  187.  
  188. #
  189. ###############################################################################
  190.  
  191. # Audio Output ################################################################
  192. #
  193. # MPD supports various audio output types, as well as playing through multiple
  194. # audio outputs at the same time, through multiple audio_output settings
  195. # blocks. Setting this block is optional, though the server will only attempt
  196. # autodetection for one sound card.
  197. #
  198. # See <http://mpd.wikia.com/wiki/Configuration#Audio_Outputs> for examples of
  199. # other audio outputs.
  200. #
  201. # An example of an ALSA output:
  202. #
  203. audio_output {
  204.         type            "alsa"
  205.         name            "My ALSA Device"
  206.         device          "hw:0,0"        # optional
  207.         format          "44100:16:2"    # optional
  208.         mixer_type      "hardware"      # optional
  209.         mixer_device    "default"       # optional
  210.         mixer_control   "PCM"           # optional
  211.         mixer_index     "0"             # optional
  212. }
  213. #
  214. # An example of an OSS output:
  215. #
  216. #audio_output {
  217. #       type            "oss"
  218. #       name            "My OSS Device"
  219. ##      device          "/dev/dsp"      # optional
  220. ##      format          "44100:16:2"    # optional
  221. ##      mixer_type      "hardware"      # optional
  222. ##      mixer_device    "/dev/mixer"    # optional
  223. ##      mixer_control   "PCM"           # optional
  224. #}
  225. #
  226. # An example of a shout output (for streaming to Icecast):
  227. #
  228. #audio_output {
  229. #       type            "shout"
  230. #       encoding        "ogg"                   # optional
  231. #       name            "My Shout Stream"
  232. #       host            "localhost"
  233. #       port            "8000"
  234. #       mount           "/mpd.ogg"
  235. #       password        "hackme"
  236. #       quality         "5.0"
  237. #       bitrate         "128"
  238. #       format          "44100:16:1"
  239. ##      protocol        "icecast2"              # optional
  240. ##      user            "source"                # optional
  241. ##      description     "My Stream Description" # optional
  242. ##      url             "http://example.com"    # optional
  243. ##      genre           "jazz"                  # optional
  244. ##      public          "no"                    # optional
  245. ##      timeout         "2"                     # optional
  246. ##      mixer_type      "software"              # optional
  247. #}
  248. #
  249. # An example of a recorder output:
  250. #
  251. #audio_output {
  252. #       type            "recorder"
  253. #       name            "My recorder"
  254. #       encoder         "vorbis"                # optional, vorbis or lame
  255. #       path            "/var/lib/mpd/recorder/mpd.ogg"
  256. ##      quality         "5.0"                   # do not define if bitrate is defined
  257. #       bitrate         "128"                   # do not define if quality is defined
  258. #       format          "44100:16:1"
  259. #}
  260. #
  261. # An example of a httpd output (built-in HTTP streaming server):
  262. #
  263. #audio_output {
  264. #       type            "httpd"
  265. #       name            "My HTTP Stream"
  266. #       encoder         "vorbis"                # optional, vorbis or lame
  267. #       port            "8000"
  268. #       bind_to_address "0.0.0.0"               # optional, IPv4 or IPv6
  269. ##      quality         "5.0"                   # do not define if bitrate is defined
  270. #       bitrate         "128"                   # do not define if quality is defined
  271. #       format          "44100:16:1"
  272. #       max_clients     "0"                     # optional 0=no limit
  273. #}
  274. #
  275. # An example of a pulseaudio output (streaming to a remote pulseaudio server)
  276. #
  277. #audio_output {
  278. #       type            "pulse"
  279. #       name            "My Pulse Output"
  280. ##      server          "remote_server"         # optional
  281. ##      sink            "remote_server_sink"    # optional
  282. #}
  283. #
  284. ## Example "pipe" output:
  285. #
  286. #audio_output {
  287. #       type            "pipe"
  288. #       name            "my pipe"
  289. #       command         "aplay -f cd 2>/dev/null"
  290. ## Or if you're want to use AudioCompress
  291. #       command         "AudioCompress -m | aplay -f cd 2>/dev/null"
  292. ## Or to send raw PCM stream through PCM:
  293. #       command         "nc example.org 8765"
  294. #       format          "44100:16:2"
  295. #}
  296. #
  297. ## An example of a null output (for no audio output):
  298. #
  299. #audio_output {
  300. #       type            "null"
  301. #       name            "My Null Output"
  302. #       mixer_type      "none"                  # optional
  303. #}
  304. #
  305. # This setting will change all decoded audio to be converted to the specified
  306. # format before being passed to the audio outputs. By default, this setting is
  307. # disabled.
  308. #
  309. #audio_output_format            "44100:16:2"
  310. #
  311. # If MPD has been compiled with libsamplerate support, this setting specifies
  312. # the sample rate converter to use.  Possible values can be found in the
  313. # mpd.conf man page or the libsamplerate documentation. By default, this is
  314. # setting is disabled.
  315. #
  316. #samplerate_converter           "Fastest Sinc Interpolator"
  317. #
  318. ###############################################################################
  319.  
  320.  
  321. # Normalization automatic volume adjustments ##################################
  322. #
  323. # This setting specifies the type of ReplayGain to use. This setting can have
  324. # the argument "off", "album" or "track". See <http://www.replaygain.org>
  325. # for more details. This setting is off by default.
  326. #
  327. #replaygain                     "album"
  328. #
  329. # This setting sets the pre-amp used for files that have ReplayGain tags. By
  330. # default this setting is disabled.
  331. #
  332. #replaygain_preamp              "0"
  333. #
  334. # This setting enables on-the-fly normalization volume adjustment. This will
  335. # result in the volume of all playing audio to be adjusted so the output has
  336. # equal "loudness". This setting is disabled by default.
  337. #
  338. #volume_normalization           "no"
  339. #
  340. ###############################################################################
  341.  
  342.  
  343. # MPD Internal Buffering ######################################################
  344. #
  345. # This setting adjusts the size of internal decoded audio buffering. Changing
  346. # this may have undesired effects. Don't change this if you don't know what you
  347. # are doing.
  348. #
  349. #audio_buffer_size              "2048"
  350. #
  351. # This setting controls the percentage of the buffer which is filled before
  352. # beginning to play. Increasing this reduces the chance of audio file skipping,
  353. # at the cost of increased time prior to audio playback.
  354. #
  355. #buffer_before_play             "10%"
  356. #
  357. ###############################################################################
  358.  
  359.  
  360. # Resource Limitations ########################################################
  361. #
  362. # These settings are various limitations to prevent MPD from using too many
  363. # resources. Generally, these settings should be minimized to prevent security
  364. # risks, depending on the operating resources.
  365. #
  366. #connection_timeout             "60"
  367. #max_connections                "10"
  368. #max_playlist_length            "16384"
  369. #max_command_list_size          "2048"
  370. #max_output_buffer_size         "8192"
  371. #
  372. ###############################################################################
  373.  
  374. # Client TCP keep alive #######################################################
  375. #
  376. # For clients connected by TCP on supported platforms.
  377. # Allows detection of dangling connections due to clients disappearing from
  378. # the network without closing their connections.
  379. #
  380. # This is not usually necessary but can be useful in cases such as wifi connectected
  381. # clients that go in and out of network range or turn off wifi without closing their
  382. # connections. Combined with low max_connections this can soon cause clients to not
  383. # be able to connect.
  384. #
  385. #
  386. # Enable tcp keepalive on new client connections (default is "no")
  387. #
  388. #tcp_keep_alive "no"
  389. #
  390. # Time in seconds since the last communication on the connection and before
  391. # the keepalive probing is started. (default is 7200 seconds)
  392. #tcp_keep_alive_idle "7200"
  393. #
  394. # Interval in seconds between keepalive probes, once a probe started.
  395. # (default is 75 seconds)
  396. #tcp_keep_alive_interval "75"
  397. #
  398. # Number of failed probes before the connection is pronounced dead and
  399. # the connection is closed. (default is 9 times)
  400. #tcp_keep_alive_count "9"
  401. #
  402. ###############################################################################
  403.  
  404. # Character Encoding ##########################################################
  405. #
  406. # If file or directory names do not display correctly for your locale then you
  407. # may need to modify this setting.
  408. #
  409. #filesystem_charset             "UTF-8"
  410. #
  411. # This setting controls the encoding that ID3v1 tags should be converted from.
  412. #
  413. #id3v1_encoding                 "ISO-8859-1"
  414. #
  415. ###############################################################################
  416.  
  417.  
  418. # SIDPlay decoder #############################################################
  419. #
  420. # songlength_database:
  421. #  Location of your songlengths file, as distributed with the HVSC.
  422. #  The sidplay plugin checks this for matching MD5 fingerprints.
  423. #  See http://www.c64.org/HVSC/DOCUMENTS/Songlengths.faq
  424. #
  425. # default_songlength:
  426. #  This is the default playing time in seconds for songs not in the
  427. #  songlength database, or in case you're not using a database.
  428. #  A value of 0 means play indefinitely.
  429. #
  430. # filter:
  431. #  Turns the SID filter emulation on or off.
  432. #
  433. #decoder {
  434. #       plugin                  "sidplay"
  435. #       songlength_database     "/media/C64Music/DOCUMENTS/Songlengths.txt"
  436. #       default_songlength      "120"
  437. #       filter "true"
  438. #}
  439. #
  440. ###############################################################################
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