For help installing, email email@example.com.
Run these commands in the terminal:
curl -O https://lagukan.com/install-lagukan.sh chmod +x install-lagukan.sh ./install-lagukan.sh
This script will install dependencies using
pacman, and it will install Mopidy and Lagukan to a Python virtual environment.
If you're already a Mopidy user, see mopidy-lagukan instead.
Step 1: Install Mopidy
Then install PyGObject for Windows. When it asks if you have a portable python installation, click No. For the python destination, select version 2.7:
On the library selection step, select the libraries that start with "Gst-" as well as Gstreamer:
On the following steps, just hit Next. After installation, run the following:
pippip2 install https://github.com/jacobobryant/mopidy/archive/win.zip
Step 2: Install plugins
Install the Lagukan plugin:
pippip2 install Mopidy-Lagukan
Optional: set up Google Play Music
Run the following:
pippip2 install https://github.com/jacobobryant/mopidy-gmusic/archive/dev.zip
mopidypython2 $(which mopidy) gmusic login. Include the refresh token you get in your config in step 3.
Step 3: Configure Mopidy.
Create a text file at
C:\Users\YOUR_USERNAME\AppData\Local\mopidy\mopidy.conf with the following contents:
[mpd] enabled = false # If you want local playback [local] media_dir = C:\path\to\your\mp3\collection # If you want Google Play Music [gmusic] refresh_token = <your gmusic refresh token>
(Make sure the file name is
mopidypython2 $(which mopidy) local scan to import your mp3 collection to Mopidy.
Step 4: Run Mopidy.
mopidypython2 $(which mopidy) to start the Mopidy server. A browser window for Lagukan will open automatically.
Note: Lagukan can only add songs to the queue automatically while the browser window is open, even though music will keep playing temporarily if you close the window.