Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-09-26 Thread traut
Sorry, for the cross-post (original here: https://forums.slimdevices.com/showthread.php?112984-Playlist-tracks-duplicated-in-LMS-library-on-PiCorePlayer#post989754), but I haven't received a response after 24 hours and I thought this may be a better place to find some help with this issue... I

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-09-24 Thread JQW
Fixed after a full re-scan. I've discovered the cause: Although there's only one folder containing the files on the drive, at some point the actual casing of the folder changed due to editing some tags - the folder names I use are generated from the artist and album title tags. As the drive is

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-09-24 Thread JQW
I'm certain that there's only one copy of each file, as that's the first thing I looked at. I'll double-check, though, in case the process that copied files to the drive somehow went wrong and dumped extra copies of the files somewhere else - the drive was newly set up earlier this week. However

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-09-24 Thread w3wilkes
I have seen this only once, I'm not an iTunes user so maybe a different issue. I did have a duplicate of the album, but the folder name for the duplicate album was slightly different. Deleted the misspelled folder and contents, did a full rescan and all was well. Main system - Rock Solid with

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-09-24 Thread JQW
Had an odd issue last night - I noticed that one album had every track duplicated in the track listing, hence everything repeated when played. I'm not sure whether this has always been an issue with this album, but I only acquired it a few months ago. All files are Apple Lossless encoded.

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-09-16 Thread cburbs
After a reboot squeezelite won't run anymore This is with a hifiberry dac+ Pro List of PLAYBACK Hardware Devices card 0: ALSA [bcm2835 ALSA], device 0: bcm2835 ALSA [bcm2835 ALSA] Subdevices: 7/7 Subdevice #0: subdevice #0 Subdevice #1: subdevice #1 Subdevice #2: subdevice #2

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-05-03 Thread Paul Webster
giorgosperi wrote: > hi i m new on this project just if you can help me. i installed and i > try to play something through bluetooth but no sound. i tried on the > built in audio jack and also with a usb audio card with no luck. any > idea? thank you in advance pCP 6 is no longer in Beta so it

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-05-02 Thread giorgosperi
hi i m new on this project just if you can help me. i installed and i try to play something through bluetooth but no sound. i tried on the built in audio jack and also with a usb audio card with no luck. any idea? thank you in advance

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-04-05 Thread Mirage
Paul Webster wrote: > See > https://forums.slimdevices.com/showthread.php?111787-ANNOUNCE-piCorePlayer-6-0-0=970363=1#post970363 Thank you Paul, that was easy! :) Mirage's Profile:

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-04-05 Thread Paul Webster
Mirage wrote: > Well, then I'm sure I don't have it! Then I guess just need to find it > and how to install it, I'm reading some other threads right now. See https://forums.slimdevices.com/showthread.php?111787-ANNOUNCE-piCorePlayer-6-0-0=970363=1#post970363 Paul Webster

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-04-05 Thread Mirage
Paul Webster wrote: > It was released yesterday. Well, then I'm sure I don't have it! Then I guess just need to find it and how to install it, I'm reading some other threads right now. Mirage's Profile:

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-04-05 Thread Paul Webster
Mirage wrote: > > This patch that you mention, is it included in the installation of 6.0.0 > (final) or something that needs to be done after the installation? > It was released yesterday. Paul Webster http://dabdig.blogspot.com Author Radio France (FIP etc) plugin

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-04-05 Thread Mirage
psketch wrote: > Paul's released a patch to the shipping version on 6.0.0 to fix the time > zone problem i was having. you might want to install the full version > and then apply the patch. If I remember correct I had to do as I described above also when I went from b9 to rc1. Now I've been

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-04-05 Thread psketch
Mirage wrote: > Kind of, but I'm not sure what I did...:o > > I think what solved the problem was that I went to the tweaks page were > the setting for timezone is and pressed Save. The correct timezone was > already there, I just pressed Save. I'm not sure if it was this or > something else

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-04-04 Thread Mirage
ElFishi wrote: > Yup, here. > SB3 and Squeezelite players are now two hours behind since the clock > change. (Same timezone as you.) > pCP/LMS Server has the right time. > > Did you find a fix? Kind of, but I'm not sure what I did...:o I think what solved the problem was that I went to the

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-04-03 Thread psketch
ElFishi wrote: > Yup, here. > SB3 and Squeezelite players are now two hours behind since the clock > change. (Same timezone as you.) > pCP/LMS Server has the right time. > > Did you find a fix? i have a similar problem with the 6.0.0 release version. You might want to post over there

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-04-03 Thread ElFishi
Mirage wrote: > I recently updated from pCP 5.0.0 to 6.0.0-b9. Everything works great, > except one small thing. > > In my two "newer" players (Touch and Radio) the time (clock) is correct, > but in my two legacy players (Boom and Classic) the time is one hour > behind. > > I've been looking

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-03-08 Thread pputzer
stephentw wrote: > Hmm I sm in Europe but I left the country code at US. Is that an issue > too? > > So it shouldn't matter that the AP is in use at the same time as > Ethernet? If you are using WiFi, having an incorrect county code will produce issues ("bad reception" and frequent drop outs

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-03-08 Thread stephentw
Hmm I sm in Europe but I left the country code at US. Is that an issue too? So it shouldn't matter that the AP is in use at the same time as Ethernet? stephentw's Profile:

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-03-07 Thread paul-
That typically means you are selecting a channel or setting that is not allowed in your country. I'll have to add a dependency to get a better view of this. You can download the extension iw.tcz and then run sudo iw list This will show you disabled frequencies, or ones that require other

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-03-07 Thread stephentw
Hmm I just read another thread, AP sends traffic to eth 0? That would explain my troubles I guess. Is there a way to have the pi/LMS wired with the static I want (on a seperate network to my internet facing network so no internet connection and no wireless router) and also run the AP so I can

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-03-07 Thread stephentw
I'm trying to setup the wireless AP on a Pi4 and it installs everything then when I start the AP it appeared to drop the wired connection. What I've discovered actually happens is upon starting the AP my manually configured static IP settings in LMS get ignored and the pi picks up a DHCP

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-03-02 Thread stephentw
Yes it seems it uses the same driver. I'll do some more research. Thanks. stephentw's Profile: http://forums.slimdevices.com/member.php?userid=20197 View this thread:

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-03-02 Thread paul-
No idea... the chip name doesn't always correspond to the driver needed. We include all the same drivers as Raspbian.you just have to grab the rtc extension. As for a guide, you will need to know some linux commands.you can read info about the Core OS here.

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-03-02 Thread stephentw
paul- wrote: > Yes we include the DS1307 driver in our rtc module pack. (you need to > manually install that extension) Not sure how long that supercapacitor > will last, Not sure I would count on it lasting overnight. There are > battery powered boards too. > > Couple of cautions. RPI i2S

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-03-02 Thread Stoker
Greg Erskine wrote: > Hi Stoker, > > I have noticed this happens from time to time, not just with the recent > version of pCP. Each time I have investigated I have not need able to > work out why, which usually indicates a timing issue. I just try a > reboot as my first option. I have never

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-03-01 Thread ian_heys
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Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-03-01 Thread paul-
The only one I have is the Edimax 7811-utc. It goes to AC600. Same chipset that Allo has with the Comfast stick. piCorePlayer a small player for the Raspberry Pi in RAM. Homepage: https://www.picoreplayer.org Please 'donate'

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-02-29 Thread Caad
paul- wrote: > Allo confirmed the wifi dongle they were "Planning" to sell for the > USBridgeSig worked with pCP6. > > But there are many that work. What are your requirements? Hi Thank you for reply I Requirement for the wifi Dongle is support for 5ghz and i believe at least 802.11n. Br

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-02-29 Thread paul-
How do you know the drive is corrupted? Look in Diagnostics - dmesg. Copy and paste the dmesg when the drive is not mounted. Why would you format the drive if you think its corrupted, just repair it. piCorePlayer a small player for the Raspberry Pi in RAM. Homepage:

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-02-29 Thread a491765
mherger wrote: > > I play a song, click on the progress bar, i eard a glitche and then no > > sound. > > The progress bar go on like if the music run but no sound. > > What is the music source? > > -- > > Michael An usb attached HDD Format of the HDD is .ext4 Music is .flac

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-02-29 Thread paul-
Allo confirmed the wifi dongle they were "Planning" to sell for the USBridgeSig worked with pCP6. But there are many that work. What are your requirements? piCorePlayer a small player for the Raspberry Pi in RAM. Homepage: https://www.picoreplayer.org Please 'donate'

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-02-29 Thread Caad
Hi That you for making this new release. im already using PicorePlayer 5.0 on a Pi3 and this works really good. also the internal wifi works really good. i usually plays all file type and resolution up to 24b/384K and DSD up to 128. this works really good on the Pi3 internal wifi if i run 5G.

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-02-29 Thread paul-
a491765 wrote: > Hi, > > I have an issue when i want to move in a song using progress bar. > I play a song, click on the progress bar, i eard a glitche and then no > sound. > The progress bar go on like if the music run but no sound. > > How to reproduce : > Play a song, > Move to forward

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-02-29 Thread Michael Herger
I play a song, click on the progress bar, i eard a glitche and then no sound. The progress bar go on like if the music run but no sound. What is the music source? -- Michael ___ unix mailing list unix@lists.slimdevices.com

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-02-29 Thread paul-
Yes we include the DS1307 driver in our rtc module pack. (you need to manually install that extension) Not sure how long that supercapacitor will last, Not sure I would count on it lasting overnight. There are battery powered boards too. Couple of cautions. RPI i2S cards are also going to

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-02-29 Thread stephentw
paul- wrote: > A real-time CLock board will hold time through reboots. It will > require some DIYing.Great thanks, looked it up and this looks reasonably > doable. Will pcp support the board mentioned here? Coming from a mostly windows background I dont fully understand how drivers work on

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-02-29 Thread a491765
Hi, I have an issue when i want to move in a song using progress bar. No sound if i move the song How to reproduce : I play a song, click on the progress bar, i eard a glitche and then no sound. The progress bar go on like if the music run but no sound. My settings : piCorePlayer v6.0.0-b9

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-02-28 Thread paul-
A real-time CLock board will hold time through reboots. It will require some DIYing. piCorePlayer a small player for the Raspberry Pi in RAM. Homepage: https://www.picoreplayer.org Please 'donate'

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-02-28 Thread stephentw
Ah ok I'm new to pi. So if I get an rtc and set that via NTP then it'll survive reboots at least? stephentw's Profile: http://forums.slimdevices.com/member.php?userid=20197 View this thread:

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-02-28 Thread paul-
You have 2 options Run a local NTP server, or add a Real time clock to your pi. But even with a RTC, you will need a NTP server or manually logging in occasionally to set the clock. Paul piCorePlayer a small player for the Raspberry Pi in RAM. Homepage: https://www.picoreplayer.org

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-02-28 Thread stephentw
paul- wrote: > It comes from ntp, but its only ran at boot. We dont run as a daemon. > > If you have a local ntp server you can select that with a bootcode. > Beta Mode -> Extras -> Bootcodes.I dont. Is that my only option for setting > the time without an internet connection?

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-02-28 Thread Greg Erskine
Stoker wrote: > Hi > > Not sure if this is a bug but since moving to 6.0.0-rc1 on 3 occasions > when I go to use my piCorePlayer instead of the JiveLite screen I see a > screen full of text, same as when the system boots except that there's a > message that says JiveLite is currupted remove

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-02-28 Thread paul-
It comes from ntp, but its only ran at boot. We dont run as a daemon. If you have a local ntp server you can select that with a bootcode. Beta Mode -> Extras -> Bootcodes. piCorePlayer a small player for the Raspberry Pi in RAM. Homepage: https://www.picoreplayer.org Please 'donate'

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-02-28 Thread stephentw
paul- wrote: > Note the time difference between > > Code: > > [8.109830] Starting piCorePlayer v6.0.0-b9 startup. > > And when the drive is detected. > > In "Beta" mode, goto "Extras" Then Bootcodes. Increase the waitusb > value by the

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-02-28 Thread paul-
Try them until you find something that works. I would start with. :u32le 29587 +---+ |Filename: 2-28-2020 2-08-18 PM.jpg | |Download:

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-02-28 Thread Hifi-KS
I didn't put anything down... Unfortunately I do not know exactly which values I have to enter. For each help I am very grateful. Thanks a lot Hifi-KS's Profile: http://forums.slimdevices.com/member.php?userid=69883

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-02-28 Thread paul-
What are your settings in the DSD (-D) option for squeezelite? piCorePlayer a small player for the Raspberry Pi in RAM. Homepage: https://www.picoreplayer.org Please 'donate'

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-02-28 Thread Hifi-KS
Hello, I have a question about DSD support and my Topping D50. DSF (DSD) files are always converted to PCM. Is there a way to use DSD natively? I am currently using the latest version of Picoreplayer (RC1) Thanks a lot!

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-02-28 Thread paul-
stephentw wrote: > Is there a way to delay starting the LMS server? I've noticed if I > reboot the pi LMS starts before my USB drive mounts meaning LMS can't > see my files. I fixed it today by mounting with a new name then > remounting with the original name. Thinking about it restarting LMS >

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-02-28 Thread stephentw
Yeah using a pi4 and this is the only supported version, I think? Thanks I'll have a look. stephentw's Profile: http://forums.slimdevices.com/member.php?userid=20197 View this thread:

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-02-28 Thread Man in a van
stephentw wrote: > Is there a way to delay starting the LMS server? I've noticed if I > reboot the pi LMS starts before my USB drive mounts meaning LMS can't > see my files. I fixed it today by mounting with a new name then > remounting with the original name. Thinking about it restarting LMS >

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-02-28 Thread ian_heys
Stoker wrote: > Hi > > Not sure if this is a bug but since moving to 6.0.0-rc1 on 3 occasions > when I go to use my piCorePlayer instead of the JiveLite screen I see a > screen full of text, same as when the system boots except that there's a > message that says JiveLite is currupted remove

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-02-28 Thread stephentw
Is there a way to delay starting the LMS server? I've noticed if I reboot the pi LMS starts before my USB drive mounts meaning LMS can't see my files. I fixed it today by mounting with a new name then remounting with the original name. Thinking about it restarting LMS probably would have worked

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-02-28 Thread Man in a van
paul- wrote: > https wouldis mysqueezebox connection https? > > Perhaps I need to go ahead and add a wait for realistic time before we > let LMS start. Paul, just wanted to say thankyou for the latest version. After a couple or so days of testing, no problems to report. :) Cheers

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-02-28 Thread Stoker
Hi Not sure if this is a bug but since moving to 6.0.0-rc1 on 3 occasions when I go to use my piCorePlayer instead of the JiveLite screen I see a screen full of text, same as when the system boots except that there's a message that says JiveLite is currupted remove and reinstall (or words to

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-02-27 Thread Zabizabo
kidstypike wrote: > Assuming you can see the contents of your HDD when attached to the Pi, > they're in the slimserver folder. > > Got it thanks Zabizabo's Profile:

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-02-27 Thread carsten_h
Zabizabo wrote: > I have to decide what is the more important for me, my SD Card or my > music collection I am using the SD-card only for piCorePlayer. I have attached a read-only SSD with the music on it and an USB Stick for the LMS-Data. So the SD-card is only used for booting and sometimes

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-02-27 Thread Zabizabo
kidstypike wrote: > Assuming you can see the contents of your HDD when attached to the Pi, > they're in the slimserver folder. > > Ok, I will have a look tonight but I don't remember seeing a folder named slimserver. May be I have to take an appointment with my ophthalmologist :D

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-02-27 Thread kidstypike
Zabizabo wrote: > Could you tell me which folder/files are related to the cache ? I'm > asking because by storing the cache on my HDD and looking with Samba I > think I don't see it. Assuming you can see the contents of your HDD when attached to the Pi, they're in the slimserver folder.

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-02-27 Thread Zabizabo
kidstypike wrote: > I too have my LMS cache on the same SSD as my music. It's very quick > (USB3 on a Pi4) and easy (for me) to backup the cache from Windows using > Samba. > > If the SD card in the Pi gets corrupted, just burn a new one, set up a > few bits and bobs, point it at the LMS cache

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-02-27 Thread Zabizabo
chill wrote: > I'm not really sure what is best, to be honest. My USB disk is a fast, > silent, locally attached SSD, and I'm obviously wearing it out a bit > faster than if it was a read-only music store, but I don't think that's > much of an issue these days. It gets backed up every night,

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-02-27 Thread kidstypike
chill wrote: > I'm not really sure what is best, to be honest. My USB disk is a fast, > silent, locally attached SSD, and I'm obviously wearing it out a bit > faster than if it was a read-only music store, but I don't think that's > much of an issue these days. It gets backed up every night,

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-02-27 Thread chill
Zabizabo wrote: > Hi, > > I don't know if I have to leave the cache on the SD Card or move it on > my USB disk. > > So for you, what is the benefit to have the cache on the disk containing > your music ? Just a question of saved space on the sd card or LMS is > more reactive ? > > Thanks >

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-02-27 Thread Zabizabo
Paul Webster wrote: > There is no 100% certain place that it should be. > > Some people do not like having LMS (or the system it is running on) > being able to write to the place where the music is stored to reduce the > possibility of something going horribly wrong and a carefully created >

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-02-27 Thread Paul Webster
There is no 100% certain place that it should be. Some people do not like having LMS (or the system it is running on) being able to write to the place where the music is stored to reduce the possibility of something going horribly wrong and a carefully created (but not backed up) collection

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-02-27 Thread Zabizabo
chill wrote: > I have the cache on the same USB3 disk as my music, with the result that > my pCP installation only uses 106Mb on the SD card. I backup my SD card > to a zipped image on the music disk every night via cron job, and the > image is much bigger than it needs to be because I

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-02-26 Thread DavidBulluss
paul- wrote: > You cant even click in the area that there is text shown. Appears to be > a longstanding issue in firefox.at least google returns hits back to > 2014. Everything talks about hiding the default element and make my > own...perhaps down the road. Same problem with Cliqz

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-02-26 Thread paul-
Jeff07971 wrote: > When uploading a IR Keytables conf file the "Browse" button does not > work. > It does work if you click in the grey border to the left, above or below > the "Browse" button and "No File Selected" Text but not to the right > Using Firefox on Win 10 > > Noticed this on b9 as

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-02-26 Thread stephentw
Ah fixed it, I had to delete the "output setting" string in squeezelite settings and it kicked in. stephentw's Profile: http://forums.slimdevices.com/member.php?userid=20197 View this thread:

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-02-26 Thread stephentw
Oh ok well it doesn't work for me for some reason. It shows up as a player and I can play songs from the web interface but I get no sound from the headphones. stephentw's Profile:

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-02-26 Thread paul-
The issue with on board sound was related to squeezelite defaulting to use mmap. With the pi4 being a 64bit kernel, mmap doesn't work. So you just need to turn off mmap in squeezelite. Which is done automatically now. piCorePlayer a small player for the Raspberry Pi in RAM. Homepage:

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-02-26 Thread Jeff07971
stephentw wrote: > Which audio output device are you using? I've tried analogue and > analogue which I assumed was the 3.5mm jack on the pi. > > Is it a pi4b you tried it on? Analogue out, the 3.5mm Jack and yes a Pi4 B It does seem either the Pi4 or the latest pCP is "sensitive" though as I

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-02-26 Thread stephentw
Jeff07971 wrote: > I've just burned a pCP6.0.0RC1 card and the on board sound seems to be > working OK for me. > > Its just a player in my system though > > JeffWhich audio output device are you using? I've tried analogue and analogue which I assumed was the 3.5mm jack on the pi. Is it a

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-02-26 Thread chill
I have the cache on the same USB3 disk as my music, with the result that my pCP installation only uses 106Mb on the SD card. I backup my SD card to a zipped image on the music disk every night via cron job, and the image is much bigger than it needs to be because I mistakenly expanded the

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-02-26 Thread Jeff07971
stephentw wrote: > Hi, I saw way back that there was a known issue with the onboard sound, > has this been resolved? I can only find one mention in the whole thread. > > > I've got a pi4 i'm setting up as an LMS and wanted to just use the > onboard sound with some headphones to test playback.

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-02-26 Thread kidstypike
slartibartfast wrote: > So when the problem returns you will know what to do. [emoji3] > > Sent from my Pixel 3a using Tapatalk True, the cache will grow. LMS doesn't do a good job of tidying up after itself. I've just deleted 600MB of redundant files, Qobuz which I trialed, and Spotty which

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-02-26 Thread Zabizabo
slartibartfast wrote: > So when the problem returns you will know what to do. [emoji3] > > Sent from my Pixel 3a using Tapatalk Yes and I learn a lot of other things here :). Zabizabo's Profile:

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-02-26 Thread slartibartfast
Zabizabo wrote: > I have expanded to 1 GB and the problem is gone. > > Thanks for your help > > ChristopheSo when the problem returns you will know what to do. [emoji3] Sent from my Pixel 3a using Tapatalk

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-02-26 Thread stephentw
Hi, I saw way back that there was a known issue with the onboard sound, has this been resolved? I can only find one mention in the whole thread. I've got a pi4 i'm setting up as an LMS and wanted to just use the onboard sound with some headphones to test playback. Music is playing but no sound

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-02-26 Thread kidstypike
Zabizabo wrote: > My card is 32 Gb in size. I didn't know which size use for the file > system, I just choose this one randomly. > > Which size can reach the LMS cache and is it better to put it on the > card or on the USB hard disk connected to my Pi ? 4GB minimum. Here's my LMS cache

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-02-26 Thread Zabizabo
praganj wrote: > Expand fs to 1 or 2GB. I have expanded to 1 GB and the problem is gone. Thanks for your help Christophe Zabizabo's Profile: http://forums.slimdevices.com/member.php?userid=69777 View this thread:

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-02-26 Thread praganj
Zabizabo wrote: > My card is 32 Gb in size. I didn't know which size use for the file > system, I just choose this one randomly. > > Which size can reach the LMS cache and is it better to put it on the > card or on the USB hard disk connected to my Pi ? Expand fs to 1 or 2GB.

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-02-26 Thread Zabizabo
slartibartfast wrote: > If LMS cache is on the card then definitely. What size is your card? Is > there any reason not to expand to fill the card? > > Sent from my Pixel 3a using Tapatalk kidstypike wrote: > Yes, use the whole card. My card is 32 Gb in size. I didn't know which size use

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-02-26 Thread slartibartfast
Zabizabo wrote: > Thanks for your answers. Yes I have expanded the file system up to 300 > Mb. Do I expand it more?If LMS cache is on the card then definitely. What > size is your card? Is there any reason not to expand to fill the card? Sent from my Pixel 3a using Tapatalk

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-02-26 Thread kidstypike
Zabizabo wrote: > Thanks for your answers. Yes I have expanded the file system up to 300 > Mb. Do I have expand it more? Yes, use the whole card. *Server - LMS 8.0.0 *Pi4B 4GB/Flirc case/pCP 6.0.0-rc1 18K library, playlists & LMS cache on SSD (ntfs) *Study -* Pi3B+/pCP 5.0.0/pi

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-02-26 Thread Zabizabo
praganj wrote: > "[20-02-26 18:32:26.6034] Slim::Utils::Misc::msg (1256) Warning: > [18:32:26.6028] DBD::SQLite::db do failed: database or disk is full at > /usr/local/slimserver/Slim/Utils/DbCache.pm line 230." > > disk is full ? try to resize fs ? slartibartfast wrote: > Did you expand

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-02-26 Thread slartibartfast
praganj wrote: > "[20-02-26 18:32:26.6034] Slim::Utils::Misc::msg (1256) Warning: > [18:32:26.6028] DBD::SQLite::db do failed: database or disk is full at > /usr/local/slimserver/Slim/Utils/DbCache.pm line 230." > > disk is full ? try to resize fs ?Did you expand the file system? If so what >

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-02-26 Thread praganj
Zabizabo wrote: > Hi there, > > I think I have a subscription to problems :) > > As it is related to RC1 and LMS, I don't know where to expose my > problem. Tell me if I had to post it in the LMS section. > > I'm installing LMS from a fresh pCp6.0 RC1 install. I analyse the > library

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-02-26 Thread Zabizabo
Hi there, I think I have a subscription to problems :) As it is related to RC1 and LMS, I don't know where to expose my problem. Tell me if I had to post it in the LMS section. I'm installing LMS from a fresh pCp6.0 RC1 install. I analyse the library (mounted on an USB disk) and when the

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-02-26 Thread Jeff07971
When uploading a IR Keytables conf file the upload button does not work. It does work if you click in the grey border to the left, above or below the "Browse" button and "No File Selected" Text but not to the right Using Firefox on Win 10 Noticed this on b9 as well but forgot to report Jeff

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-02-26 Thread Man in a van
> Sorry, what Is the differenze from lms 7.9.2 and 7.9.3? They are the > stable and beta? https://forums.slimdevices.com/showthread.php?111483-Logitech-Media-Server-7-9-2-released > what Is the difference from HW device and PLUGHW device? I'm using the > first Stick with hw: I'm not

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-02-26 Thread corrobor
Sorry, what Is the differenze from lms 7.9.2 and 7.9.3? They are the stable and beta? Another question: in squeezelite conf, using a dac usb, what Is the difference from HW device and PLUGHW device? I'm using the first

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-02-25 Thread DavidBulluss
Update to RC1 from 9 on Pi3 went smoothly, will continue testing with LMS 8.0.0 *Server*rpi3 pCP5.0.1 LMS7.9.2 *Media*USB hard drive *Lounge/dining areas*SBT > Denon AVR2113 > Bose Acoustimass10 / Krix Seismix3 18" 300w RMS custom cinema sub (& AR 77XB t/table, Stanton 680MkII / Grado F-1+ >

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-02-25 Thread praganj
I am testing rc1 (fresh installation) with pi 4/2gb & 4gb with hifiberry digi + pro, dac + pro, usb Focusrite 2i2 and usb Khadas Tone Board. I did a lot of different settings, everything seems to work correct. Best sound ever with Khadas ! Thank you so much for your absolutely great work !!! :)

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-02-25 Thread gregfrye
gregfrye wrote: > Hi Paul > > I am trying the 6.0.0 rc1 version. With the analog audio selected I can > choose hw:CARD=aiyvoicebonnet,DEV=0 as the output but there is no audio > output. > > Thank you for all your work getting this to work. > > Greg Frye > > Here is the dropbox link to the

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-02-25 Thread gregfrye
Hi Paul I am trying the 6.0.0 rc1 version. With the analog audio selected I can choose hw:CARD=aiyvoicebonnet,DEV=0 as the output but there is no audio output. Thank you for all your work getting this to work. Greg Frye Here is the dropbox link to the dianostic page as text

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-02-25 Thread Greg Erskine
Zabizabo wrote: > Congratulations to the team for this RC1 and thank you for your work and > precious help. > > How many people are working on this project ? > > Regards > > Christophe hi Zabizabo, Paul is doing most of the work with help from Ralphy and Michael. Thanks Paul for all

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-02-25 Thread Zabizabo
paul- wrote: > 6.0.0 Release Candidate 1 is posted. See > https://forums.slimdevices.com/showthread.php?110727-BETA-piCorePlayer6-0-0-PI4-support=944664=1#post944664 > for details Hi Paul, This short message to tell you that I did a fresh install of the RC1 and the wifi is working. I set up

Re: [SlimDevices: Unix] BETA: piCorePlayer6.0.0 - PI4 support

2020-02-25 Thread chill
paul- wrote: > Likely your browser cache. The interface change was done 99% with CSS > changes. I naively assumed that refreshing the page was enough, but indeed clearing the cache has fixed it. All good now, thank you. I've just updated to LMS8 too. I know how to live dangerously.

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