RuneAudio 0.4-beta for Raspberry Pi2/3

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Re: RuneAudio 0.4-beta for Raspberry Pi2/3

Postby gearhead » 02 Mar 2018, 14:59

This worked perfectly!

Thanks for the hint

R101 wrote:This sounds very similar to a problem I had. I think Rune might have a problem connecting to a hidden SSID which requires AES encryption.

I fixed it by logging in with SSH, then

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netctl edit (your SSID)


Change these lines to:

'proto=RSN WPA'
'group=CCMP TKIP'
'pairwise=CCMP TKIP'
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Re: RuneAudio 0.4-beta for Raspberry Pi2/3

Postby Ripa » 02 Mar 2018, 17:30

Hi,

i want to have access to the USB drive on the Raspberry without remove the usb drive
so with the Win PC he see Runeaudio but cannot access it
the same for imac

how can i change this?

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Re: RuneAudio 0.4-beta for Raspberry Pi2/3

Postby Ripa » 02 Mar 2018, 23:57

Hi,

i found the solution
log in with Putty

systemctl enable smbd
systemctl start smbd

work perfect
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Re: RuneAudio 0.4-beta for Raspberry Pi2/3

Postby Ripa » 05 Mar 2018, 21:22

hi,

i have use rip program dbpoweramp to rip a cd, both Flac and Aiff
use the sabre dac but no sound!!! only MP3 and does play 32 bits / 192
also stereo,f

why can i not play flac or aiff

thanks for your help
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Re: RuneAudio 0.4-beta for Raspberry Pi2/3

Postby janui » 05 Mar 2018, 23:37

Hi Ripa,

There are some problems with the Sabre I2S DAC's. From your post I cannot see if you are using an I2S DAC or a USB DAC. If you are using an I2S DAC try this:
Modify the DAC type in the Settings page to RPI DAC, reboot, then reset your output type in the MPD page.

Most Sabre DACs cannot process 16bit input data streams, only 24 or 32bit. The RPI DAC driver converts all output to at least 24bit. Most of the other drivers do not need to do this as their DAC's can process 16bit data streams. This is a workaround, the RPI DAC drivers are not built for Sabre DAC's. Drivers do exist for the Sabre DAC’s, but the manufacturer refuses to make them publicly available. This makes the I2S Sabre based products much less attractive for general use.

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Re: RuneAudio 0.4-beta for Raspberry Pi2/3

Postby Ripa » 06 Mar 2018, 09:23

Janui,

i have this sabre dac
https://www.audiophonics.fr/en/diy-dac/ ... 11500.html

now i want to buy https://www.audiophonics.fr/en/diy-dac/ ... 12105.html

is this better, or still some problems

btw is there an dac that can play without problems any format

Thanks
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Re: RuneAudio 0.4-beta for Raspberry Pi2/3

Postby Ripa » 06 Mar 2018, 09:29

Janui,

what do you maen with


Modify the DAC type in the Settings page to RPI DAC, reboot, then reset your output type in the MPD page.
the setting is now

Audio output = HiFiberry DAC i2s
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Re: RuneAudio 0.4-beta for Raspberry Pi2/3

Postby Ripa » 06 Mar 2018, 09:33

Janui,

I cannot select an DAC only hifiberry dac i2s / PI analog out / Pi HDMI out
how can i change it too all different dac's
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Re: RuneAudio 0.4-beta for Raspberry Pi2/3

Postby janui » 06 Mar 2018, 10:46

Hi Ripa,
Ripa wrote:what do you maen with
Modify the DAC type in the Settings page to RPI DAC, reboot, then reset your output type in the MPD page.
Go to the Settings page from the menu. In the section 'RuneOS kernel settings' modify the value of 'I²S kernel modules' from 'HiFiBerry DAC' to 'RPI DAC'.
Reboot via the menu 'Turn off' > 'Reboot'.
When the Pi restarts go to the MPD menu. In the section 'Audio output' modify the value of 'Audio output interface' to 'I-Sabre DAC (I2S)'.
That shoud do it.

Ripa wrote:i have this sabre dac
https://www.audiophonics.fr/en/diy-dac/ ... 11500.html
now i want to buy https://www.audiophonics.fr/en/diy-dac/ ... 12105.html
is this better, or still some problems
btw is there an dac that can play without problems any format
The manufacturer of these DAC chips is ESS, all their I2S DAC’s have similar problems (chipsets ES9018, ES9028, ES9038). The company is very secretive and publishes no information about their DAC chips. There are drivers for Linux available, the one for the DAC’s which you mention is ‘i-sabre-k2m’ which is not published publicly. Manufacturers who do business with ESS do get the chip specifications and drivers, but further distribution is forbidden. For manufacturers of USB DAC’s this arrangement is not a problem, they solve all the issues within their products. For the I2S DAC users the ESS chipset it is a significant disadvantage. For these reasons I would personally not purchase an ESS based I2S DAC. Most other manufacturers use Texas Instruments chipsets (there are a couple of exceptions). The best-known suppliers include HiFiBerry, Allo and Just-Boom. For these, drivers and full chipset documentation is available.

Note: Audiophonics produces some excellent products, in this case it’s their supplier (ESS) creating the limitations.

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Re: RuneAudio 0.4-beta for Raspberry Pi2/3

Postby Ripa » 06 Mar 2018, 16:13

Janui,

i have try to set it to RPI DAC, but still only distortion what can I do wrong

thx
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