zeya(1) a web music server


zeya [-h | --help] [--backend=backend] [--path=path] [-b | --bitrate=bitrate] [-p | --port=port] [--basic_auth_file=file]


Zeya is a streaming music server that brings your music to any computer with a web browser. It reads your music library, lets you browse your files, and streams them on demand.

The client runs entirely in the browser using the HTML5 draft standard technologies (no plugins or external players are needed).


-h, --help
Display help.
Specify the backend to use.
Read a directory's contents recursively (default). See --path.
Read from current user's Rhythmbox library.
Read from the playlist (.m3u or .pls file) specified by --path.
When used with --backend=dir, the directory in which to look for music (default: ./). When used with --backend=playlist, the absolute path of the playlist file to be read.
-b, --bitrate
Specify the bitrate for output streams, in kbps. (default: 64)
-p, --port
Listen for requests on the specified port. (default: 8080)
Require basic HTTP authentication and only allow users named in the specified file. The file should be in htpasswd format.


Zeya was written by Phil Sung and Samson Yeung and is licensed under the terms of the GNU Affero GPL license, version 3 or later.