RuneAudio 0.5-beta for most Raspberry Pi models

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Re: RuneAudio 0.5-beta for most Raspberry Pi models

Postby s.k. » 03 Jan 2019, 16:27

Digione gives spdif output and if you seek "bit perfect" playback, don't use the volume control.
Otherwise works OK.
Regarding the setup, digione is one of the supported devices.
You have only to select it, after enabling the I2S output.

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Re: RuneAudio 0.5-beta for most Raspberry Pi models

Postby Toube » 03 Jan 2019, 17:17

s.k. wrote:Digione gives spdif output and if you seek "bit perfect" playback, don't use the volume control.
Otherwise works OK.
Regarding the setup, digione is one of the supported devices.
You have only to select it, after enabling the I2S output.

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Okay thanks for the information.


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Re: RuneAudio 0.5-beta for most Raspberry Pi models

Postby cmh714 » 03 Jan 2019, 17:54

janui wrote:Thanks for posting this. Your persistence also gave me the clues to fix it. Do a git pull and I think all will work fine with or without spaces in the remote directory name.
I understand Rern has also issued a fix for the Settings UI problem when using addons.
janui


All good now janui!! You and @rern are the best!
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Re: RuneAudio 0.5-beta for most Raspberry Pi models

Postby Vhond » 05 Jan 2019, 14:11

Found another bug (couldn't find this as already posted):

When I add a mount share (Sources) and I select NFS, I couldn't switch off the guest user. Therefore I couldn't fill in user credentials (user password information). I had first to switch to SMB/CIFS before I could switch off guest user and another time to fill in the user and password info).

Finally my library started updating
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Re: RuneAudio 0.5-beta for most Raspberry Pi models

Postby Vhond » 05 Jan 2019, 14:17

Another question: as I use an app on my smart phone I now can see Runeaudio as a SMB device?? I am connected via NFS to my NAS but what is Runeaudio sharing using SMB??
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Re: RuneAudio 0.5-beta for most Raspberry Pi models

Postby janui » 06 Jan 2019, 15:44

Hi Vhond,
Vhond wrote:...When I add a mount share (Sources) and I select NFS, I couldn't switch off the guest user. Therefore I couldn't fill in user credentials (user password information). I had first to switch to SMB/CIFS before I could switch off guest user and another time to fill in the user and password info)...
Thanks for reporting this. I have made some changes to the screen help text and automatically deleted username and password if they have been specified when using NFS mounts.
Note: It is not possible to use user credentials for NFS mounts, even if they are set they will be ignored. Username and password are only valid for CIFS mounts.
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Re: RuneAudio 0.5-beta for most Raspberry Pi models

Postby janui » 06 Jan 2019, 16:48

Hi Vhond,
Vhond wrote:Another question: as I use an app on my smart phone I now can see Runeaudio as a SMB device?? I am connected via NFS to my NAS but what is Runeaudio sharing using SMB??
First of all Samba is only switched on when Dev Mode is on (see the /dev UI) or when switched ON in the Settings UI. Then there are two modes of operation Read-Only and Read/Write. Dev Mode always uses Read/Write and this overrides any settings made in the Settings UI.
Read-Only mode is designed to share your music library on your network with other devices (like an additional RuneAudio player). It then acts like a simple NAS.
Read/Write mode is designed for RuneAudio system development. It can also be used to copy music over the network to your to RuneAudio USB-disk, but it is very slow!
The configuration files for Samba are /etc/samba/smb-prod.conf (Read-Only) and /etc/samba/smb-dev.conf (Read/Write). When Samba is switched ON in Read/Write mode these configuration files are available via a Samba share and can be modified from your PC. The configuration files contain more detailed documentation.

Default access for Read-Only mode:
    MusicStoreNAS (/mnt/MPD/NAS) – Your NAS/Network Mounts devices
    MusicStoreUSB (/mnt/MPD/USB) – Your USB devices
    MusicStoreLocalStorage (/mnt/MPD/LocalStorage) – Your MPD storage on the SD-Card
    MusicStoreWebradio (/mnt/MPD/Webradio) – Your Webradios
Default access for Read/Write mode:
    MusicStoreNAS (/mnt/MPD/NAS) – Your NAS/Network Mounts devices
    MusicStoreUSB (/mnt/MPD/USB) – Your USB devices
    MusicStoreLocalStorage (/mnt/MPD/LocalStorage) – Your MPD storage on the SD-Card
    MusicStoreWebradio (/mnt/MPD/Webradio) – Your Webradios
    SambaConfig (/etc/samba/) - Your Samba configuration files
    mpd (/var/lib/mpd/) – Your MPD configuration file
    www (/var/www/) – For UI development
    etc (/etc) – Your Linux configuration files
If you try modifying the Samba configuration and screw it up, it can be reset via an option in the /dev UI.
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Re: RuneAudio 0.5-beta for most Raspberry Pi models

Postby Vhond » 07 Jan 2019, 12:03

janui wrote:Hi Vhond,
Vhond wrote:...When I add a mount share (Sources) and I select NFS, I couldn't switch off the guest user. Therefore I couldn't fill in user credentials (user password information). I had first to switch to SMB/CIFS before I could switch off guest user and another time to fill in the user and password info)...
Thanks for reporting this. I have made some changes to the screen help text and automatically deleted username and password if they have been specified when using NFS mounts.
Note: It is not possible to use user credentials for NFS mounts, even if they are set they will be ignored. Username and password are only valid for CIFS mounts.
janui


Hi Janui,

Why isn't it possible to use username and password using NFS mounts? If you share your audio files on the NAS using a shared folder with credentials and you don't want to use CIFS or Samba it is needed to fill in username and password
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Re: RuneAudio 0.5-beta for most Raspberry Pi models

Postby humschti » 07 Jan 2019, 14:36

Hi!

I have a strage issue: Alsamixer is loosing its settings on reboot (well, not on all reboots but on most of them). Sound is very weak when the config is reseted.

sudo alsamixer doesn't resolve the issue.

Any idea?

cheers,
martin
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Re: RuneAudio 0.5-beta for most Raspberry Pi models

Postby janui » 07 Jan 2019, 14:59

Hi Vhond,
Vhond wrote:...Why isn't it possible to use username and password using NFS mounts? If you share your audio files on the NAS using a shared folder with credentials and you don't want to use CIFS or Samba it is needed to fill in username and password
I am not sure what is happening on your NAS, maybe someone else can answer this. But it is not possible to specify a username or password with the nfs mount type, see here: https://linux.die.net/man/8/mount and here: https://linux.die.net/man/5/nfs.
If you have access to SSH, this command will show you what your NAS has available for mounting. Broadcasting must be enabled on your NAS for this to work, I know that some older NAS devices do not seem to support this.
Code: Select all
avahi-browse -atrlkp | grep -Ei 'smb|fs' | grep -w '='
Maybe it will give some insights.
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