Rune UI is slow

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Re: Rune UI is slow

Postby Vhond » 06 Jun 2019, 07:10

The only solution for me is to edit the hosts file, is Rune going to fix this with a Git pull?
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Re: Rune UI is slow

Postby waves » 12 Jun 2019, 15:48

Thanks RandomRuneUser

To prevent similar problems in the future it would help if we had a complete list of domains besides dirble.com that a default install of RuneAudio connects to. One such list each for the old official version and for the betas.

Users who wants to set up a RuneAudio device to only play local audio files could then add such domains to the hosts once and for all from the start.
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Re: Rune UI is slow

Postby dragos_nedelcu » 12 Jun 2019, 16:16

waves wrote:Thanks RandomRuneUser

To prevent similar problems in the future it would help if we had a complete list of domains besides dirble.com that a default install of RuneAudio connects to. One such list each for the old official version and for the betas.

Users who wants to set up a RuneAudio device to only play local audio files could then add such domains to the hosts once and for all from the start.
Fantastic idea!
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Re: Rune UI is slow

Postby dragos_nedelcu » 12 Jun 2019, 16:46

I only use it offline, so if i limit access to all these sites, there should be some speed increase
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Re: Rune UI is slow

Postby R101 » 12 Jun 2019, 17:18

Perhaps a Rune "Lite" version, which just replaces a radio tuner and CD player would satisfy a demand, too?
(Pi 3, Ver. 0.4b build 20170229, JLS I2S over USB)
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Re: Rune UI is slow

Postby MikeC » 13 Jun 2019, 12:04

R101 wrote:Perhaps a Rune "Lite" version, which just replaces a radio tuner and CD player would satisfy a demand, too?

I realize that this is not an official poll, but I agree about having just a bare version available (local or mounted drives) with the rest of the extras as options.
The internet radio should be manual entries. Everything else should be in the "Enhancement" option list. Album covers, lyrics, and artist history have no value for my base usage. I setup a mutli-hour playlist and then have no interaction with either a phone or browser. I just listen to the music. If I need further info about the music, I just go back to the device I used to setup the playlist and google it.

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