by Russ » 22 Oct 2020, 15:41
by Alien8 » 22 Oct 2020, 17:09
# cat /srv/http/data/webradios/http\:\|\|126.96.36.199\:10999\|flac
JB Radio 2
# cat /srv/http/data/webradios/http\:\|\|playerservices.streamtheworld.com\|api\|livestream-redirect\|JOE_TOP2000.mp3
Joe Top 2000
24 bit 44.1 kHz 128 kbit/s
by kiko » 22 Oct 2020, 22:38
by klassikmann » 23 Oct 2020, 12:05
by Ears of Tin » 23 Oct 2020, 15:49
by maxsubs » 23 Oct 2020, 18:19
by RolandBlaze » 23 Oct 2020, 19:18
Do a long press on the bookmark icon. You should get options to delete or edit it.
Yes, can now confirm that R101's method for deleting book marks does indeed work.
I seem to remember having a similar problem with the Album entries in the past and, again, Rern had to 'do' something to help me out. Just out of interest do you get all (some ?) albums listed in the Library but with the RuneAudio logo artwork instead of the actual album artwork, if this is the case try running the artwork updater - by long pressing the icon to the right of the word 'ALBUM' at the top of the Albums page. Did you run the database update I mentioned earlier and let if finish (not wanting to tell grandmothers how to suck eggs )?
Out of other ideas now though.
by R101 » 23 Oct 2020, 20:30
by rern » 24 Oct 2020, 14:39
RolandBlaze wrote:... Nope all my artwork is there for all my albums (that I know have covers), and have done another update of my artwork again just in-case and a full ibrary update agin after but still have the same issue. Will poss try a rebuild on the weekend with latest version and try again, thanks for your suggestions though, appreciated. I have just noticed though that the only items there are in "Albums" are all showing as .WAV format.
mpc listall | wc -l
mpc list album | wc -l
The /etc/netctl/SSID file which is saved in backup.gz is not the current one, but the one which was last restored. If I edit the profile in /etc/netctl, the changed file is not saved in the backup. I think this might be the case for some other files as well.