RuneAudio 0.5-beta for most Raspberry Pi models

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Re: RuneAudio 0.5-beta for all Raspberry Pi models

Postby ayase1121 » 24 Nov 2018, 05:36

Hello, everyone! First, I congratulate the new version of runeaudio! And thank you very much!
The construction of the file is just different from the version until the before by this new version, isn't it? Therefore I have trouble with tuning up.
This my question is a way of indication of a mouse cursor. It was possible to take out a cursor by rewriting of '/root/.xinitrc' by the old version, but '/root/.xinitrc' isn't found by the new version.
Please give counsel.
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Re: RuneAudio 0.5-beta for all Raspberry Pi models

Postby hondagx35 » 24 Nov 2018, 13:15

Hi ayase1121,

It was possible to take out a cursor by rewriting of '/root/.xinitrc' by the old version, but '/root/.xinitrc' isn't found by the new version.

The file has moved to:
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/etc/X11/xinit/xinitrc


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Re: RuneAudio 0.5-beta for all Raspberry Pi models

Postby janui » 24 Nov 2018, 17:45

Hi pba
pba wrote:Frank did integrate xbindkeys for the first time in his image dated march 16 (here). xbindkeys did only start if local browser was enabled.
Because Midori would not work with the current version of Linux it was replaced with Chomium in RuneAudio 0.5. The code to start xbindkeys is still in place, as in 0.4. We have not tested xbindkeys with 0.5, hopefully it will still work.
hondagx35 wrote:I did a short test:
Nov 21 18:35:41 runeaudio xinit[634]: Error : /tmp/chromium/.xbindkeysrc not found or reading not allowed.
So it seems that the config file is missing or not at the right place.
Hope this helps.
Thanks Frank, it seems that we forgot to create the config file.
What you need to do is log in with SSH and run the following command:
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xbindkeys --defaults > /root/.xbindkeysrc
Then you need to modify the configuration file to contain your settings:
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nano /root/.xbindkeysrc
You should finish off with the following command to set the correct permissions
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chmod 644 /root/.xbindkeysrc
Then reboot.
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Re: RuneAudio 0.5-beta for all Raspberry Pi models

Postby thanhvo31 » 25 Nov 2018, 02:01

Hi @janui

New mpd support streaming plug-in. Do you have way to implement it? Thank you.

ver 0.21 (2018/10/31)
...
* input
- curl: download to buffer instead of throttling transfer
- qobuz: new plugin to play Qobuz streams
- tidal: new plugin to play Tidal streams
SBC alot of Pis and DAC HAT
OS: Volumio , RuneAudio, Openelec, Moode, Ubuntu
DAC: HRT ustreamer, Audioquest Dragonfly 1.2, TEAC UD-501
CD: Marrantz CD6005
Amp: NAD D3020, Cambridge CXA80
Spk: Q Acoustic Concept 20, KEF R300

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Re: RuneAudio 0.5-beta for all Raspberry Pi models

Postby ayase1121 » 25 Nov 2018, 04:43

Hello!
I use raspberry pie 3B. And a liquid crystal display of external is being linked. The resolution of the display is 1920 x 1080, but even if it's set as its resolution, a right screen doesn't go out.
The screen won't be the full screen, and a gap is uncrowded in left, right, up or down. It develops in the side. The indicated character is also difficult to spread and see.
Where should I set?
It took one night yesterday, and I tried arrangement, but it was the result satisfied neither.
Is there a good plan?
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Re: RuneAudio 0.5-beta for all Raspberry Pi models

Postby janui » 25 Nov 2018, 11:20

Hi thanhvo31,
thanhvo31 wrote:New mpd support streaming plug-in. Do you have way to implement it? Thank you.
Yes, I am already working on this. The fixes in 0.21.2 are very interesting for us all.
Please don't expect too much from the new Tidal, Google or Qobuz plug-ins. These will not work without a suitable UI, which is currently not available.
Streaming Tidal from another device already works via UPnP/DLNA, see here: post26361.html?hilit=Tidal#p26361 and here: post25988.html?hilit=Tidal#p25464 (for 0.5 it's already built in).
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Re: RuneAudio 0.5-beta for all Raspberry Pi models

Postby janui » 25 Nov 2018, 11:40

Hi ayase1121,
ayase1121 wrote:...I use raspberry pie 3B. And a liquid crystal display of external is being linked. The resolution of the display is 1920 x 1080, but even if it's set as its resolution...
To modify resolution for the screen you need to log in with SSH and modify /etc/X11/xinit/start_chromium.sh with the command:
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nano /etc/X11/xinit/start_chromium.sh
The line which needs changing looks like this:
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chromium --app=http://localhost --start-fullscreen --force-device-scale-factor=1.8
For a 2.5 inch screen you should modify it to look something like this:
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chromium --app=http://localhost --start-fullscreen --force-device-scale-factor=.5
And for a 7 inch screen it should look something like this:
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chromium --app=http://localhost --start-fullscreen --force-device-scale-factor=.7
Use <ctrl>O then <ctrl>X to save the changes or just <ctrl>X to exit without changing the file.
You may need to experiment with other values of the scale-factor to get it perfect. I am not sure how many decimal places are supported.
A reboot is required to activate the new settings.
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Re: RuneAudio 0.5-beta for most Raspberry Pi models

Postby Velociraptor » 25 Nov 2018, 16:28

Hej,
so thanks for the effort and also for porting it to my old RPI-1 which I tested and can give an ACK as in acknowledged working :)

Of course its slow but that's not the point =) also I wanted to know if the multi-room feature which was somewhere in the forum will come to this release?
Because, this way I might be able to offload the heavy duty HDD indexing to another more potent device and still use the Hifiberry DAC on the RPI1.
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Re: RuneAudio 0.5-beta for all Raspberry Pi models

Postby IgroupyJiast » 27 Nov 2018, 11:57

tml3nr wrote:
IgroupyJiast wrote:I have installed beta on my raspberry pi B+

How can i get spotify to work?

Spotify Connect works perfectly on RuneAudio 0.5b:

spotify-connect-on-runeaudio-t6315.html


Is that the only way to use Spotify with runeaudio?
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Re: RuneAudio 0.5-beta for all Raspberry Pi models

Postby tml3nr » 27 Nov 2018, 14:07

IgroupyJiast wrote:
tml3nr wrote:
IgroupyJiast wrote:I have installed beta on my raspberry pi B+

How can i get spotify to work?

Spotify Connect works perfectly on RuneAudio 0.5b:

spotify-connect-on-runeaudio-t6315.html


Is that the only way to use Spotify with runeaudio?

Currently only Spotify Connect Fornoth chroot works with RuneAudio.

I tried other ways but failed.
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