Yeah…managed to figure it out and use the really helpful scripts from the Roon FAQ here.
Using Audiophile Linux (AP_Linux_ which is based on Arch Linux.
Roon seems mega snappy browsing between albums compared to my previous Ubuntu Server setup.
As a Linux Noob, I’m wanting to mount my existing 4TB hard drive of music in the linux system so Roon can see it, scan my music and I can get up and running.
Looking into Fstab and the like, dont want to cock it up and accidently lose my music through an accidental reformat or repartition!
Basically I just want a black box to be my Roon core, but want it to sound as good as possible.
AP Linux sounds noticeably better than what I had before, just the hard drive of music to set up as a last to-do.
My Setup has two hard drives, a 112GB SSD for Arch Linux install
and a 4TB mechanical drive with my music on it.
Output from an Fdsik -l?
A Linux Install SSD with 2 partitions:
/Dev/sdb1 as 4GB swap partition
/Dev/sdb2 as 108GB main install partition (set to Boot)
Mechanical 4TB spinner ntfs formatted with my music on it:
/Dev/sda1 - 128MB Microsoft Reserved
/Dev/sda2 - 3.7TB Microsoft basic date (MUSIC!)
Any help with the specifics of editing my fstab (or whatever i need to do, would be much appreciated)
*I have created Directories called “Music” and “Media”