A few thoughts on the songkongremote headless linux experience.
I have a collection of 4k+ tracks ripped over the last 25 years in many different formats. The classical CDs were ripped using EAC and pop using foobar2000, so tagging is adequate. I use feedb and musicbrainz.
I like the thought of having a one click solution if I could trust the tagging to cope with classical works and the depth of new material shown in the spreadsheet gives me a good opinion of the software.
My issue is that songkong stutters on my pc hardware. Its a 2014 thinclient which copes admirably with the NAS duties but cannot handle songkong. It force closed on me twice on reopening it.
I could set up a new music nas on a more powerful mac m1, but I dont want to dedicate it for server duties.
Do you suggest tagging on a powerful computer then transfer the well tagged files to the NAS?
I have been reading advice on classical music tagging - love the solutions available. That assistance is worth a lot, so I may return if I need help to use the minimserver to its best.