The New 4-core Raspberry Pi

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Re: The New 4-core Raspberry Pi

Postby ragious » 20 Feb 2015, 16:48

Sorry can't get the image to work. On both my RPI2's, the screen stays black. Re-imaged the flash card but no succes.
What program you guys use to un-zip the .gz? There is a 0.fat and a 1.img in the archive. I have written 1.img to the card, apparently this is wrong?
Sry for being a noob in this.

R.
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Re: The New 4-core Raspberry Pi

Postby hondagx35 » 20 Feb 2015, 17:06

Hi ragious,

i'm using 7-Zip for windows.

There is a 0.fat and a 1.img in the archive

No, there is only this file in the gz archive.
RuneAudio_rpi2_0.3-beta_20150216_2GB.img

If you try to uncompress/unzip the img file, then you get these two files.

Please read this guide.
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Re: The New 4-core Raspberry Pi

Postby dwijtsma » 20 Feb 2015, 17:18

I solved the issue with my dr. DAC nano. Inrush current is too big for the pi2. Added a 470uF capacitor. This is not a good solution because I have to boot the pi first and than connect the DAC.

Right solution is adding 'safe_mode_gpio=4' to config.txt. 8-)
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Re: The New 4-core Raspberry Pi

Postby ragious » 20 Feb 2015, 17:43

No, there is only this file in the gz archive.
RuneAudio_rpi2_0.3-beta_20150216_2GB.img

If you try to uncompress/unzip the img file, then you get these two files.


OK, maybe I'm getting old ;). I renamed the .gz to .img and now it works.
Now testing...

Thanks gx35!
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Re: The New 4-core Raspberry Pi

Postby ragious » 20 Feb 2015, 18:13

Imported a little test library and works fine here. Snappy. Will do some larger sections in the coming days. And will try the DLNA stuff as advised earlier.

Mr. ACX I must say the user interface is absolutely great. Having done various UI designs myself in the past, really, very nice design and simplicity.
Scales very nice with different resolutions.

Is there any chance that the (embedded) track-level album art is going to be displayed in the lists (Library and Queueu) instead of the music icon?

Cheers R.
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Re: The New 4-core Raspberry Pi

Postby gamma_ed » 20 Feb 2015, 21:48

great that it works with pi2, nice job.

I wonder if it can work with a wifi dongle and operates as an accespoint? (so I do not need a router to operate with my android phone)
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Re: The New 4-core Raspberry Pi

Postby hondagx35 » 20 Feb 2015, 23:24

Hi gamma_ed,

I wonder if it can work with a wifi dongle and operates as an accespoint?

This feature is on the roadmap and should come very soon.
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Re: The New 4-core Raspberry Pi

Postby hondagx35 » 21 Feb 2015, 01:17

Hi all,

thank you for the feedback.

I made a new image for the Raspberry Pi 2.

The following issues have been solved: / things have changed:
    * disabled all I2S modules by default
    * changed password to rune
    * NFS will mount without the nolock option
    * changed usb max current setting (USB hdds and DACs should now work)
    * installed / enabled ExFat filesystem
    * fixed samba problems
    * changed boot options
    * fixed wifi problems

Please also read this post.

Feel free to download and test the new image.

Please give me detailed feedback and / or criticism.

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Re: The New 4-core Raspberry Pi

Postby ACX » 21 Feb 2015, 01:37

ragious wrote:Mr. ACX I must say the user interface is absolutely great. Having done various UI designs myself in the past, really, very nice design and simplicity.
Scales very nice with different resolutions.

Thank you very much for the kind words :)

ragious wrote:Is there any chance that the (embedded) track-level album art is going to be displayed in the lists (Library and Queueu) instead of the music icon?

Yes, we have to test an implementation and evaluate how much that could impact on performances. If it's reasonable, we'll introduce it as a toggable option.
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Re: The New 4-core Raspberry Pi

Postby ragious » 21 Feb 2015, 09:38

This was not with the newest image (will do that later today):

I connected to http://runeaudio with imac, surface (Windows 8.1), iphone (IOS6) no problems. Only my ipad keeps 'connecting', turning the animation wheel. My ipad runs IOS8 which until now has not been trouble free (some other web apps don't like it), so I lend another ipad with IOS8. Same problem so it looks like IOS8 has problems with rune audio. I tested with Chrome on IOS same result.
Anybody can use IOS8?

Cheers R.
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