RuneAudio 0.3-beta for Raspberry Pi

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Re: RuneAudio 0.3-beta for Raspberry Pi

Postby challenge » 30 Oct 2014, 12:38

:arrow: When the UI hangs after applying MPD settings...

ssh and type "systemctl restart rune_SY_wrk"
seems to do wonders, in a few seconds all continues working normally and it saves the new settings, no reboot needed :mrgreen:

Also I get a recursive error/segmentation fault that ends with kernel panic when trying to reboot from ssh and have to power it off the hard way.
Are there other logs apart from menu-debug?

[ 78.214183] systemd[1]: mpd.service: main process exited, code=killed, status=11/SEGV
[ 78.229484] systemd[1]: Unit mpd.service entered failed state.

EDIT: the segmentation fault was caused by corruption in the card :x
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Re: RuneAudio 0.3-beta for Raspberry Pi

Postby metalrob » 30 Oct 2014, 12:44

Hi all!

Test revision : Now everything is working for me! Sounds good! Works great! Didn't expect that after my first experiences :mrgreen:

For everyone who has problems with wlan connection and savings under MPD:


For Edimax users: Try to enable wlan connection with another wifi stick first (logilink mini for example works) With Edimax Encryption was identified as wep in my case and I wasn't able to access 'add new profile'
After adding new profile and saving changes under 'Interface configuration' I would recommend to make a reboot. Afterwards refresh the browser with F5 then you can see the added network- click it and press 'connect'. If you see your IP adress under 'interface properties' everything is fine.
Now you are able to replace the current wifi stick with the edimax- it will work ;)

MPD savings: First choose kernel modules (i2s or not) in settings and save. Afterwards do the savings in MPD. Probably it will hang after that (spinning arrows). Then just reboot through SSH. MPD settings will show as chosen then.

After that action everything works fine for me. Congratulations to all contributers! 0.3 beta runs smooth and sounds cool!

Greetingz
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Re: RuneAudio 0.3-beta for Raspberry Pi

Postby metalrob » 30 Oct 2014, 12:52

Another question:

I've stored cue sheets in every album 'cause I play wav files exclusively so there's no tagging.
How can I make them visible in the library?
With mpdroid I see the cue sheet and can choose it instead of the album- so I get album covers.
When I change to rune UI then, I see the cover also there. So, if I would be able to view my cue sheets in the library, I would
have easy realized cover view.

Any hints to bring that on?

Thanks!
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Re: RuneAudio 0.3-beta for Raspberry Pi

Postby ACX » 30 Oct 2014, 13:01

challenge wrote::arrow: When the UI hangs after applying MPD settings...

ssh and type "systemctl restart rune_SY_wrk"
seems to do wonders, in a few seconds all continues working normally and it saves the new settings, no reboot needed :mrgreen:

Yes, that's a temporary workaround that can be used until we fix the most critical issues.
An even simplier way to do that is to access to the DEV page (did you know about its existence? :)):
http://runeaudio.local/dev
and use the handy buttons in the last "Background WORKERS control" section.
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Re: RuneAudio 0.3-beta for Raspberry Pi

Postby challenge » 30 Oct 2014, 13:39

lol no I didn't know about the dev page! just using runeaudio since yesterday so I didn't give a deep look at its files.
I just saw it's running on arch, so I gave a check to the services and found that.

Quite a nice page, the only problem is that when this hang happens, the dev page is useless as it's unreachable :lol:
(it stays in the "spinning wheel/connecting..." loop as all the other UI pages)

so, for this problem, you have to fallback to ssh and manually restart the worker.
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Re: RuneAudio 0.3-beta for Raspberry Pi

Postby Fin » 30 Oct 2014, 14:23

sykodad wrote:...
The second one is that if I set a static ip address, the system has no network connectivity after reboot. Ifconfig does not show any ip address for the wired ethernet interface, although it is listed on dmesg and lsusb. Sticking to a dynamic ip address causes no problems. 0.3 alpha didn't show this behavior.

Edit: seems to have something to do with wpa_supplicant:

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systemd[1]: wa_supplicant@eth0.service: main process exited,  code=exited, status=255/n/a
systemd[1]: Unit wpa_supplicant@eth0.service entered failed state

TIA,

Jan


Same issue here.

I managed to manually set basic settings via keyboard using:
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ip addr add 192.168.1.148/24 broadcast 192.168.1.255 dev eth0
ip route add default via 192.168.1.1

Then I could access the web UI, and under the network setting screen it listed it as still set to DHCP. Reselecting DHCP and rebooting did not work either.

Debug pastebin: http://pastebin.com/KBRUiR6P

I'd like to restore it back to the default DHCP setup if possible, so if anyone can point me in the right direction of how to do this it would be greatly appreciated!
(quick edit: it appears setting back to DHCP does work, it just was assigned a different IP address that I didn't look for hard enough)
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Re: RuneAudio 0.3-beta for Raspberry Pi

Postby ACX » 30 Oct 2014, 14:58

challenge wrote:Quite a nice page, the only problem is that when this hang happens, the dev page is useless as it's unreachable :lol:
(it stays in the "spinning wheel/connecting..." loop as all the other UI pages)

Oh, that's true :roll:
We want to recalibrate the spinning layer behaviour, so we'll take the opportunity to disable it completely in the DEV page.
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Re: RuneAudio 0.3-beta for Raspberry Pi

Postby hondagx35 » 30 Oct 2014, 16:41

Hi ACX,

have you seen my request on GITHUB?

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Re: RuneAudio 0.3-beta for Raspberry Pi

Postby runeaudio29 » 30 Oct 2014, 17:09

Oh my......I'm disappointed :( spinning arrows :|
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Re: RuneAudio 0.3-beta for Raspberry Pi

Postby ACX » 30 Oct 2014, 17:16

hondagx35 wrote:Hi ACX,

have you seen my request on GITHUB?

frank

Yes, I just tested on my setup and seems to solve most of the MPD related issues reported.
Great, thank you!

Interested commit:
https://github.com/RuneAudio/RuneUI/com ... 63d9564bc8

HOW TO UPDATE FROM THE UI
Go to the DEV page:
http://runeaudio.local/dev
1) activate the Dev Mode (in the DevTeam functions section)
2) click on the gitpull button (in the System commands section)

HOW TO UPDATE FROM THE CLI
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cd /var/www
git pull
curl -s -X GET 'http://localhost/clear'
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