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Re: RuneAudio+R e2 - An improved version of RuneAudio

Postby dror » 29 Apr 2020, 15:43

Hi,

How can I add AP functionality to this (great looking) version?

Thanks in advance
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Re: RuneAudio+R e2 - An improved version of RuneAudio

Postby rern » 02 May 2020, 14:04

RolandBlaze wrote:Can we poss have Spotify Connect support pleasey weasey ;) :)
Now it's included, Snapcast as well, in RuneAudio+R e3.

dror wrote:...
How can I add AP functionality to this (great looking) version?
...
System > On+board Devices > Wi-Fi = enabled
Network > RPi Access Point = enabled

Please move on to RuneAudio+R e3.

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Re: RuneAudio+R e2 - An improved version of RuneAudio

Postby dror » 03 May 2020, 20:20

rern wrote:
RolandBlaze wrote:Can we poss have Spotify Connect support pleasey weasey ;) :)
Now it's included, Snapcast as well, in RuneAudio+R e3.

dror wrote:...
How can I add AP functionality to this (great looking) version?
...
System > On+board Devices > Wi-Fi = enabled
Network > RPi Access Point = enabled

Please move on to RuneAudio+R e3.

rern


Ok.
I don't see any on board device listed.
I'm using a usb Wifi dongle (RAlink 53 something). Rpi 2 (no on board).
Nevertheless, under Network I have the option to connect to other Wifi networks.

BTW, I'm using e3 now.
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Re: RuneAudio+R e2 - An improved version of RuneAudio

Postby iruka » 13 May 2020, 06:35

gearhead wrote:Rern,

You may want to set the top and bottom menus to be default 'on'. It took me a while to figure out how to turn them on once I loaded the image to try it out. I can see how some may want to hide them, but they are pretty helpful at first startup and for setup...

Also, FYI, the kernel we built for 0.5b has mods to it to allow it to play up to 356kbps on PCM and a few patches for the 5102 and some DSD patches as well (IIRC). Some of these are already in the latest kernel compared to the old 0.5b, but some are still not yet there when I last checked. I still have to build nginx with the pushstream module to work correctly with the old UI. How are you using a default Arch nginx package for this?

My feedback: UI is nice, but the seems quite laggy on my 3b+. It requires some flags to mount my NAS via nfs. To get the Library to show the mounted NAS, I had to have MPD rebuild the library after reboot. Also, the auto detect CIFS mount did not work for me at all. It shows the share, but did not mount it. Pretty slick if it works. Once it tried to mount the CIFS share, I could not remove it.

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Hi all
I did some test today with e3 and a Raspberry 3b+
IT plays DSD up to DSD64 but only through PCM, and my amplifier says "unsupported" when I try DSD128..
Can we have direct DSD instead of DoP? Until then RuneAudio is not for me.
Oh, the GUI, overworked icons and flashy screens, but basic functionality lacks, like fixed IP. Also in e3 I got the MAC address in the GUI instead of the IP address (6 octets). Thats very much NOK IMHO.
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Re: RuneAudio+R e2 - An improved version of RuneAudio

Postby RolandBlaze » 13 May 2020, 15:48

rern wrote:
RolandBlaze wrote:Can we poss have Spotify Connect support pleasey weasey ;) :)
Now it's included, Snapcast as well, in RuneAudio+R e3.

A bit late i know, but thanks very much.. and your work is much appreciated! :D
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