rern wrote:Russ wrote:.... I downloaded RuneAudio+R_e4-RPi0-1.img.xz versions on June 29 and July 1 and both do not have WiFi AP pre-configured. Pretty serious issue since RPi Zero needs the WiFi AP to configure RuneAudio+R e4. Tried twice on both downloaded images to set WiFi access manually using /boot/wifi.txt and netctl but no success. Adding the wifi.txt file to /boot resulted in a WIFI profile file in /etc/netctl directory but systemctl reports that service failed to start. I gave up.
And coming back to networking issues, WiFi configuration on the RPi2-3 is not like on earlier versions. Is there is a way to delete WiFi profile in the UI once created? I had to ssh in to delete it.
Pre-configured RPi access point - Pre-configure Wi-Fi connection by wifi file, without .txt extension, in BOOT is much less complicated. Use the RPi access point only when there's no other options.
Wi-Fi profile removal - Tap Wi-Fi icon in Wi-Fi list page for removal or IP settings.
Sorry Rern if I did not make myself clear. Yes I did add a filename 'wifi' (without the txt, [confusedly typed the post with .txt]) both by writing on SD from PC and through terminal interface using physical keyboard and monitor. The problem is only with the images for Raspberry Pi Zero. (RPi 3B+ no problem at all.) And since I was in terminal mode, I checked if the wifi profile file was automatically created in the /etc/netctl directory after booting with wifi file in /boot - the profile was created correctly. I then did a systemctl status firstname.lastname@example.org and it reports error. Again, the problem is with Pi Zero images. I have done this for both the June 29 and July 3 images I downloaded and no success.
I spent almost the whole of yesterday trying to get the RA+R e4 up on the Pi Zero but could not get into the UI. There should be a way since you have a button in your settings for "Browser on RPi" which I assume would put the UI on the HDMI terminal. But I don't know how to switch that on via command line.
With regards to wifi on Raspberry Pi 3 B+, yes I have clicked on the wifi icon in the network settings and it will bring up the wifi scanning and the '+' for manual setting. But I still cannot find any way to delete a profile.
Anyway, just giving my feedback since I'm running multiple setup (a Pi2 and Pi3 in the office and another Pi2 and Pi3 at home. ) All of them have been upgraded to RA+R e4 (from RA+R e3 and Rune Audio 0.5b.) My Pi Zeros are still running on Rune Audio 0.5b because of the problem encountered. My interest in your RA+R e4 is to prepare for a NanoSound One and Pi4 coming in next month.
So far I am impressed with your RA+R e4. I think the 5.4.45 kernel makes the sounds slightly better. Keep up the good work!