mStream – A Personal Streaming Server to Stream Music from Anywhere

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7 Responses

  1. Sylvain says:

    Well Hi!

    I did install mStream Express and it was easy. My question is: ok I can listen my music in my house., but if I want to listen it at my work place, what will I have to do?

    Thank you

  2. Ko Htet says:

    Dear Admin,

    I have finished download and then install packages, it was problem, error is like that:

    ./mstreamExpress: /lib64/ version 'NSS_3.22' not found (required by ./mstreamExpress)
    ./mstreamExpress: /lib64/ no version information available ( required by ./mstreamExpress)

    Sincerely , Admin

    • Ravi Saive says:


      Please install the missing NSS package as shown.

      # yum install nss  [On CentOS/RHEL]
      # dnf install nss  [On Fedora]
      # apt install nss  [On Debian/Ubuntu]
  3. Juha Sandberg says:

    Hey Aaron! Nice program this mStream really!. I use link in your side to download and installing mStream, because Linux Mint tell me, that wget doesn work. But, but, how I get my phones (Android and Jolla) working with mStream?.

    Juha Sandberg from Finland

    • Aaron Kili says:


      You can install wget by running:

      $ sudo apt install wget

      Then download the packages and just install it as shown and access it from your phones (Android and Jolla) via a web browse using the IP address displayed when the server boots up.

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