IMPORTANT if running under macOS Sierra or higher
Look at /etc/hosts and make sure your computer local hostname is listed:
cat /etc/hosts 127.0.0.1 <hostname>.local ::1 <hostname>.local
Where <hostname> is your local hostname. If these 2 lines are missing, edit the file as root and add them. Without this, BubbleUPnP Server will run but will be much slower that normal.
First, verify that Java 7 or higher is installed on your Mac.
To install BubbleUPnP Server, start a Terminal window, paste the command below, and follow instructions (it will first ask for your admin password):
curl -s https://bubblesoftapps.com/bubbleupnpserver/mac_install.sh | sudo sh -
Once installation is complete, BubbleUPnP Server is running as a Launch Daemon process that is started on boot. You can configure it with the Launchpad icon or via any web browser pointing to the server.
Controlling the server
Using the command line
You can stop the server with:
sudo launchctl stop bubbleupnpserver
And start it with:
sudo launchctl start bubbleupnpserver
If you wish to disable the server (it will not start on boot):
sudo launchctl unload -w /Library/LaunchDaemons/bubbleupnpserver.plist
And to reenable it with:
sudo launchctl load -w /Library/LaunchDaemons/bubbleupnpserver.plist
Using a GUI
You can also do all of the above with free utility LaunchControl. BubbleUPnP Server is found in the “Global Daemons” category.
Where is BubbleUPnP Server installed ?
- The core files and data files (logs, playlists, …) are in /Library/Application Support/BubbleUPnPServer
- The launch daemon definition file is in /Library/LaunchDaemons/bubbleupnpserver.plist
- The Launchpad app (which just spawns a web browser) is in /Applications/BubbleUPnPServer.app
Enter this command:
curl -s https://bubblesoftapps.com/bubbleupnpserver/mac_uninstall.sh | sudo sh -