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Re: RuneAudio 0.3-beta for Raspberry Pi

Postby elmer » 23 Sep 2016, 21:56

I figured out why the files weren't updating - my mpd is running as mpd, not root ... In the last couple days I used recursive SCP to the root account to transfer folders of music into the USB drive. Transferring OGG files from Linux worked; rebuilding the library reflected the updates. Transferring mp3s from Windows didn't work; both files and folders are given root ownership, not necessarily with access for other users.

Here's a file that doesn't show up:
-rwxr-x--- 1 root root 12137099 Sep 23 22:45 '/mnt/MPD/USB/music/Various Artists/Classic Rock Broadcasts and Live Recordings - 100 Classics/68. Born to Be Wild (Live).mp3'

Here's a file that shows up:
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 4836792 Sep 23 13:36 '/mnt/MPD/USB/music/David Bowie/Best of Bowie/Disc 1 - 1 - Space Oddity.ogg'

Then I changed the permissions a+rx for:
/mnt/MPD/USB/music/Various Artists
/mnt/MPD/USB/music/Various Artists/Classic Rock Broadcasts and Live Recordings - 100 Classics

And changed the permissions a+r for the mp3 file.

After that, the file was seen.
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Re: RuneAudio 0.3-beta for Raspberry Pi

Postby knottydreadbr » 03 Dec 2016, 19:22

Matusalemjr wrote:Hi Frank, thank you so much for your reply.
Yes, the driver is available in my current Kernel, i can select the hiface output in MPD, my problem is a clicking/popping sound.
If will be helpful, i can post a video in yout tube with my sound.

I´m a newbie in linux, could you send me a step by step of how to get the log error?
I can export and place this log here too.

Tks
Edu


I have this exact problem. The sound is output, but it have a linear popping sound (like hit keyboard keys in a writer machine) along the music.
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Re: RuneAudio 0.3-beta for Raspberry Pi

Postby dynobot » 27 Dec 2016, 23:12

Lee Iacocca the CEO of an automotive company once said "In the car business, you lead, follow, or get out of the way."

I think the same is true in the audio business.

With that said if anyone is looking for a very similar sounding piece of software Arch-Linux base...Moode Audio just came out with a version that has Squeezelite, this means Spotify and all other music services are ready to go out the box. I have it up and running right now, and it sounds great. All the usual HATS etc work too. :D :D
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Re: RuneAudio 0.3-beta for Raspberry Pi

Postby Yatsushiro » 28 Dec 2016, 11:28

I don't think Moode is Arch based, isn't"t it raspian Jessie lite?
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Re: RuneAudio 0.3-beta for Raspberry Pi

Postby dynobot » 28 Dec 2016, 15:29

Ahhhh you are right. I don't know where I got Arch Linux for Moode from.

Not that it makes a whole lot of difference but there might be pro's and con's of Debian vs. Arch.

I've played around with Jessie Lite and it seems to be pretty solid with a lot of 'working' features....also seems to be a large community base, actively being developed and pretty good support.

Another plus is BBB owners should be back in the game as I just installed the latest version of JessieLite on my BBB.
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Re: RuneAudio 0.3-beta for Raspberry Pi

Postby dynobot » 28 Dec 2016, 21:54

Yatsushiro wrote:I don't think Moode is Arch based, isn't"t it raspian Jessie lite?


What do you think about Rune adding Squeezelite as a music Renderer?

Even if it stayed Arch Linux based, SL would still work.
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Re: RuneAudio 0.3-beta for Raspberry Pi

Postby pietpara » 14 Jan 2017, 16:10

viperman3 wrote:usb wifi is TL-WN823N. Works out-of-the-box on Runeaudio without the need to tweak any settings/drivers


Hi viperman3,

I also bought a TP-Link WN823N.
Could you tell me how you know whether it's working (and that the RPi internal WiFi is OFF)?

If I do a lsusb, I just get
Bus 001 Device 009: ID 2357:0109

I tried with and without powered hub, and it's the same.

My RuneAudio is 0.4 build beta-201603013.

How do I verify that it's working and not the internal WiFi?


thanks for any help!
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Re: RuneAudio 0.3-beta for Raspberry Pi

Postby hondagx35 » 14 Jan 2017, 18:09

Hi Pietpata,

there are two versions TL-WN823N V1 and V2.
V1 (ID= 0bda:8178) uses the Realtek RTL8192CU chipset for which a driver is available.
V2 (ID= 2357:0109) uses the Realtek RTL8192EU chipset for which no driver is available (without compiling it).

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Re: RuneAudio 0.3-beta for Raspberry Pi

Postby pietpara » 15 Jan 2017, 19:28

hondagx35 wrote:Hi Pietpata,

there are two versions TL-WN823N V1 and V2.
V1 (ID= 0bda:8178) uses the Realtek RTL8192CU chipset for which a driver is available.
V2 (ID= 2357:0109) uses the Realtek RTL8192EU chipset for which no driver is available (without compiling it).

Frank


And I guess there is no way of knowing that from the packaging, right?
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Re: RuneAudio 0.3-beta for Raspberry Pi

Postby Yatsushiro » 15 Jan 2017, 20:04

pietpara wrote:And I guess there is no way of knowing that from the packaging, right?


Perhaps not, but your lsusb output shows you have the Realtek RTL8192EU chipset. You can google to see how people have got this working...
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