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Re: RuneAudio+R e3

Postby Garrido33 » 15 Jun 2020, 20:11

rern wrote:@Garrido33,

This supposed to run with SSH command line:
rern wrote:...
System settings - Please post result of:
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/srv/http/bash/system-data.sh


How to SSH using Windows

rern

Hi Rern,

Here is the result of the SSH command :

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root@runeaudio+R e3:/srv/http/bash # ./system-data.sh
cat: /srv/http/data/addons/rre3: No such file or directory
{ "audioaplayname" : "bcm2835 ALSA_1" , "audiooutput" : "On-board - Headphone" , "cpuload" : "1.14 1.11 1.04" , "cputemp" : 57 , "hardware" : "Raspberry Pi 3 Model B Rev 1.2" , "hostname" : "RuneAudio" , "ip" : "eth0 192.168.1.148 b8:27:eb:c2:89:f9,wlan0 b8:27:eb:97:dc:ac " , "kernel" : "4.19.118-1-ARCH" , "login" : false , "mpd" : "0.21.23" , "mpdstats" : [13,15,15] , "ntp" : "pool.ntp.org" , "onboardaudio" : true , "onboardhdmi" : false , "passworddefault" : true , "reboot" : "" , "snapcast" : false , "snapclient" : false , "snaplatency" : 800 , "soc" : "BCM2837" , "soccpu" : "4 @ 900MHz" , "socmem" : "1GB" , "soundprofile" : "RuneAudio" , "sources" : [{"icon":"microsd","mountpoint":"/","mounted":true,"source":"/dev/mmcblk0p2","size":"2.6GB/7.2GB"},{"icon":"usbdrive","mountpoint":"/mnt/MPD/USB/RUNEAUDIO","mounted":true,"source":"/dev/sda1","size":"434MB/1.9GB"},""] , "streaming" : false , "sysswap" : 0 , "syslatency" : 4500000 , "time" : "18:49:35 2020-06-15" , "timezone" : "UTC" , "uptime" : "1h 36m" , "uptimesince" : "2020-06-15 17:13" , "version" : "e3" , "versionui" : , "bluetooth" : false , "bluetoothon" : false , "eth0mtu" : 1500 , "eth0txq" : 1000 , "airplay" : false , "spotify" : false , "spotifydevice" : "default:CARD=ALSA" , "gmusicpass" : "" , "gmusicquality" : "" , "gmusicuser" : "" , "qobuzquality" : "" , "qobuzpass" : "" , "qobuzuser" : "" , "spotifypass" : "" , "spotifyuser" : "" , "tidalpass" : "" , "tidalquality" : "" , "tidaluser" : "" , "upnp" : false , "samba" : false , "writesd" : true , "writeusb" : true , "wlan" : true , "cursor" : false , "localbrowser" : true , "rotate" : "NORMAL" , "screenoff" : 0 , "zoom" : 1}
root@runeaudio+R e3:/srv/http/bash #


After the update, the display is now stable and seems to fit the 7" screen (no more scroll), but the buttons (Repeat, shuffle, etc.) are not visible, although they are checked in the configuration.

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Re: RuneAudio+R e3

Postby R101 » 15 Jun 2020, 21:28

Hi rern,

What do I have to do to get the Samba server working?
(Pi 3B, RuneAudio+R e4, JLS I2S over USB)
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Re: RuneAudio+R e3

Postby s.k. » 16 Jun 2020, 07:59

klassikmann wrote:- Cumulative updates
- Update kernel and packages to the latest
Before I fall into the snafu I made a "pacman -Syu". 251 packages were updated.
Kernel: 5.4.45-1
MPD: 0.21.24
And the system is still working now, apparently.


Hi,
Did you notice an increase temperature and average cpu load with the latest kernel ?
In my Pi2 with Kernel: 5.4.45-1, the average cpu is now 80%
Even with an RT kernel, the average cpu was never over 42%
(comparison with same setup - same Rern'sUI version)
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Re: RuneAudio+R e3

Postby rern » 16 Jun 2020, 09:31

s.k. wrote:
klassikmann wrote:- Cumulative updates
- Update kernel and packages to the latest
Before I fall into the snafu I made a "pacman -Syu". 251 packages were updated.
Kernel: 5.4.45-1
MPD: 0.21.24
And the system is still working now, apparently.


Hi,
Did you notice an increase temperature and average cpu load with the latest kernel ?
In my Pi2 with Kernel: 5.4.45-1, the average cpu is now 80%
Even with an RT kernel, the average cpu was never over 42%
(comparison with same setup - same Rern'sUI version)


It might be wsdd.service for listing samba shares in Windows. It needs to be updated. The high CPU load will be normal again after it stopped:
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systemctl stop wsdd


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Re: RuneAudio+R e3

Postby klassikmann » 16 Jun 2020, 11:50

s.k. wrote:
klassikmann wrote:- Cumulative updates
- Update kernel and packages to the latest
Before I fall into the snafu I made a "pacman -Syu". 251 packages were updated.
Kernel: 5.4.45-1
MPD: 0.21.24
And the system is still working now, apparently.


Hi,
Did you notice an increase temperature and average cpu load with the latest kernel ?
In my Pi2 with Kernel: 5.4.45-1, the average cpu is now 80%
Even with an RT kernel, the average cpu was never over 42%
(comparison with same setup - same Rern'sUI version)

Temperature: 59°C
Load: 2% (idle), 11% (playing max)

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Re: RuneAudio+R e3

Postby cycl157 » 16 Jun 2020, 20:10

This worked for me too, thanks!

rern wrote:
cmh714 wrote:I just updated and seem to have lost most of the Main UI....I have no "controls" on the main page, so I cannot stop, start, settings, etc......



**Also, the Library page is completely empty....no drives, radios, etc, just blank :)

Try reset display setting:
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echo '{
   "album": true,
   "albumartist": true,
   "artist": true,
   "composer": true,
   "coverart": true,
   "date": true,
   "genre": true,
   "nas": true,
   "sd": true,
   "usb": true,
   "webradio": true,
   "backonleft": false,
   "count": true,
   "fixedcover": true,
   "label": true,
   "playbackswitch": true,
   "plclear": true,
   "tapaddplay": false,
   "tapreplaceplay": false,
   "thumbbyartist": false,
   "bars": true,
   "barsalways": false,
   "buttons": true,
   "cover": true,
   "coversmall": false,
   "radioelapsed": false,
   "time": true,
   "volume": true
}' > /srv/http/data/system/display


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Re: RuneAudio+R e3

Postby cycl157 » 16 Jun 2020, 20:22

i have noticed that the startup times are taking quite awhile now -- I have not timed it but I bet it's close to 5 minutes on my pi3b. I can ssh in after about a minute and the ui shows up within another minute but automatic start to play is quite a while later. I would love some suggestions on what I might look at to help troubleshoot.
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Re: RuneAudio+R e3

Postby rern » 17 Jun 2020, 16:05

cycl157 wrote:i have noticed that the startup times are taking quite awhile now -- I have not timed it but I bet it's close to 5 minutes on my pi3b. I can ssh in after about a minute and the ui shows up within another minute but automatic start to play is quite a while later. I would love some suggestions on what I might look at to help troubleshoot.

Around the time you can SSH, can you access web interface and browse Library or Playlist?

Try SSH command:
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journalctl -b

And see if something's wrong.

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Re: RuneAudio+R e3

Postby Gianni » 17 Jun 2020, 19:30

I've been running e3 on my Rpi4 with a Hifiberry amp2 for a week and no major issues. It's really nice, thanks rern!

One thing I did notice is a few older files I have that is in .wma format doesn't show up in the library even though it is physically on the media with the rest of my collection in mp3 format. I searched the forums and didn't see if this is a known issue. The wma's show up and work fine on the older Runes I have running on a Rpi3.

Cheers, John
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Re: RuneAudio+R e3

Postby klassikmann » 18 Jun 2020, 07:33

Hi John,
Gianni wrote:I've been running e3 on my Rpi4 with a Hifiberry amp2 for a week and no major issues. It's really nice, thanks rern!

One thing I did notice is a few older files I have that is in .wma format doesn't show up in the library even though it is physically on the media with the rest of my collection in mp3 format. I searched the forums and didn't see if this is a known issue. The wma's show up and work fine on the older Runes I have running on a Rpi3.

Cheers, John

first guess: Did you check "FFmpeg Decoder" in the MPD menu?

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