by bnilsson » 07 Apr 2019, 09:06
by dynobot » 12 Apr 2019, 01:39
bnilsson wrote:Dear developers,
I tried the "nominal" download for RP3B, RuneAudio_rpi2_rp3_0.4-beta_20160321_2GB.img that is on the main Download page, in order to check if I could gitpull to the latest version.
It does not even boot on my RP3B+!
I tried on a RP2, and it was fine.
Is it not time to update the image on the main Download page (http://www.runeaudio.com/download/) to something more recent?
Why would a newbie interested in the RuneAudio have to go into the Forum to get a working image?
There is definitely a risk that he/she downloads the 20160321 image, finds that it does not work, then thinks "nice try, but.." and abandon the whole idea. Such a waste for a so superior project! So far I have found nothing better, I want this to spread to as many users as possible.
by eze » 13 Apr 2019, 14:24
by ARFrater » 14 Apr 2019, 00:27
by dynobot » 14 Apr 2019, 15:37
I have a working 0.5 Runeaudio (even managed to get mpd-webthing https://github.com/mrstegeman/mpd-webthing working) but I would like to add a script to remount then re-scan my NAS share 10 mins after boot this allows the NAS to startup from wake command automatically.
Any help appreciated thanks
by janui » 14 Apr 2019, 17:47
It will already do this automatically after 15 minutes, no need to change anything. If you want to change the 15 minutes to 10 then you can edit /srv/http/command/rune_SY_wrk with:dynobot wrote:...a script to remount then re-scan my NAS share 10 mins after boot this allows the NAS to startup...
$savecpu_mnt = 1750 + rand(0, 100);
$savecpu_mnt = 1150 + rand(0, 100);
by janui » 14 Apr 2019, 18:14
I would personally not bother with this, you only need to use it once. It now lists most of the available soundcards so that users do not need to know anything about chipsets or overlay options. But if you really need to change it, you can modify /srv/http/app/templates/settings.php (no need to change /srv/http/app/config/defaults/i2s_table.txt) with:eze wrote:...I am now trying to tweak the Dac list that populates the drop down box in the GUI "settings" page. Its a big list and I would like to reduce it to just the options that use The Rpi and HiFiBerry, 384 overlays. I am not a coder but can hack around a bit. I have tried manipulating the following files but with no luck : "nano /srv/http/app/config/defaults/i2s_table.txt" and "nano /srv/http/app/templates/settings.php". Is it possible to customize this list ? Any guidance would be appreciated...
<option value="none|I²S disabled (default)"...
<option value="hifiberry-dacplus|X400 V3.0 DAC+AMP Expansion Board"...
After you select an audio card with 'I²S kernel modules' in the Settings UI, the overlay which is used is displayed fully in the next line. The same overlay is often used for many audio cards, we have tried to provide the best choice per card. When the same overlay is chosen by choosing the a different audio card for the same physical audio card, the software processing is identical. You may also find that other overlays will work with your audio card, these do sometimes sound different, but there will often be limitations. For example: the hardware volume control will not work or the card will be limited to a sample rate of 192k.eze wrote:...Lastly, could someone provide a simplified explanation of any software differences there may be between different selections of the same overlay ?...
by eze » 14 Apr 2019, 19:35
by ARFrater » 15 Apr 2019, 10:05
by mattra » 18 Apr 2019, 07:58