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Re: RuneAudio+R e6

Postby ceejayemm » 27 Oct 2020, 09:53

@Kiko

To fix your missing Addons option Rern suggested the following to fix it (which it did):

echo 20201014 > /srv/http/data/addons/rre6

You may then need to run the Addons to pick up the latest changes.

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Re: RuneAudio+R e6

Postby Ears of Tin » 27 Oct 2020, 12:10

I also temporarily lost my Update addon after running 202010261 update. The echo command shown above fixed for me. This time on my 3B, previously on my 4. Reran update, rebooted, all is well.
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Re: RuneAudio+R e6

Postby kiko » 27 Oct 2020, 16:32

Thanks!!

The echo 20201014 > /srv/http/data/addons/rre6 worked for me.

Now I think my issue with the system page showing that the NAS is not reachable is this:

ping -c 1 -w 1 172.30.10.3 172.30.10.3

Which gives the error:
ping: socket: Address family not supported by protocol

The command should be ping -c 1 -w 1 172.30.10.3

172.30.10.3 is not a protocal
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Re: RuneAudio+R e6

Postby kiko » 27 Oct 2020, 17:18

OK, I have found the issue with the ping.

All of my music is on a Qnap 172.30.10.3 and there are multiple mounts:

/mnt/MPD/NAS/iTunes
/mnt/MPD/NAS/Christmas
/mnt/MPD/NAS/iTunes2
/mnt/MPD/NAS/HiFi
/mnt/MPD/NAS/Mixes

the startup script does a grep of each mount point and grabs the IP aof the mount. When it greps for /mnt/MPD/NAS/iTunes it returns 172.30.10.3 172.30.10.3.

BAM bad ping.

And no I cannot rename the ITunes libraries.

Debug info:

/srv/http/bash/system-data.sh
{ "cpuload" : "0.00&emsp;0.00&emsp;0.02" , "cputemp" : 52 , "startup" : "6.622s <gr class=\"wide\">(kernel)</gr> + 1min 29.182s <gr class=\"wide\">(userspace)</gr>" , "time" : "09:13:14<gr> &bull; </gr>2020-10-27&emsp;<grw>America &middot; Los_Angeles</grw>" , "uptime" : "46m<span class='wide'>&emsp;<gr>since 2020-10-27 &bull; 08:26</gr></span>" , "undervoltage" : false , "undervdetected" : false , "audioaplayname" : "bcm2835 HDMI 1" , "audiooutput" : "On-board - HDMI" , "hardware" : " Raspberry Pi 3 Model B Plus Rev 1.3" , "hostname" : "RuneAudio" , "ip" : "eth0 172.30.10.18 b8:27:eb:a3:cc:6a" , "kernel" : "5.4.71-1-ARCH" , "mpd" : "0.22-1" , "mpdstats" : "182630 0 34738" , "ntp" : "pool.ntp.org" , "onboardaudio" : true , "reboot" : "" , "regdom" : "00" , "soc" : "<span class='wide'>BCM2835<gr> &bull; </gr></span> 4 Cortex-A53 @ 1.4GHz<gr> &bull; </gr>1GB" , "soundprofile" : "RuneAudio" , "soundprofileval" : "1500 1000 0 4500000" , "soundprofilecus" : "" , "sources" : [{"icon":"microsd","mountpoint":"/","mounted":true,"source":"/dev/mmcblk0p2","size":"2.6GB/362GB"},{"icon":"network","mountpoint":"/mnt/MPD/NAS/iTunes","mounted":true,"source":"172.30.10.3:/Multimedia/Music/iTunes/Music","size":"17TB/36TB"},{"icon":"network","mountpoint":"/mnt/MPD/NAS/Christmas","mounted":true,"source":"172.30.10.3:/Multimedia/Music/xmasTunes/iTunes Media/Music","size":"17TB/36TB"},{"icon":"network","mountpoint":"/mnt/MPD/NAS/iTunes2","mounted":true,"source":"172.30.10.3:/Multimedia/Music/iTunes2/Media.localized/Music","size":"17TB/36TB"},{"icon":"network","mountpoint":"/mnt/MPD/NAS/HiFi","mounted":true,"source":"172.30.10.3:/Multimedia/Music HiFi","size":"17TB/36TB"},{"icon":"network","mountpoint":"/mnt/MPD/NAS/Mixes","mounted":true,"source":"172.30.10.3:/Multimedia/Music/Mixes/iTunes Media/Music","size":"17TB/36TB"},""] , "timezone" : "America/Los_Angeles" , "version" : "e6" , "versionui" : 202010261 , "bluetooth" : false , "bluetoothon" : false , "btdiscoverable" : false , "wlan" : false}


/srv/http/bash/system-data.sh | jq .
{
"cpuload": "0.00&emsp;0.00&emsp;0.00",
"cputemp": 52,
"startup": "6.622s <gr class=\"wide\">(kernel)</gr> + 1min 29.182s <gr class=\"wide\">(userspace)</gr>",
"time": "09:18:30<gr> &bull; </gr>2020-10-27&emsp;<grw>America &middot; Los_Angeles</grw>",
"uptime": "51m<span class='wide'>&emsp;<gr>since 2020-10-27 &bull; 08:26</gr></span>",
"undervoltage": false,
"undervdetected": false,
"audioaplayname": "bcm2835 HDMI 1",
"audiooutput": "On-board - HDMI",
"hardware": " Raspberry Pi 3 Model B Plus Rev 1.3",
"hostname": "RuneAudio",
"ip": "eth0 172.30.10.18 b8:27:eb:a3:cc:6a",
"kernel": "5.4.71-1-ARCH",
"mpd": "0.22-1",
"mpdstats": "182630 0 34738",
"ntp": "pool.ntp.org",
"onboardaudio": true,
"reboot": "",
"regdom": "00",
"soc": "<span class='wide'>BCM2835<gr> &bull; </gr></span> 4 Cortex-A53 @ 1.4GHz<gr> &bull; </gr>1GB",
"soundprofile": "RuneAudio",
"soundprofileval": "1500 1000 0 4500000",
"soundprofilecus": "",
"sources": [
{
"icon": "microsd",
"mountpoint": "/",
"mounted": true,
"source": "/dev/mmcblk0p2",
"size": "2.6GB/362GB"
},
{
"icon": "network",
"mountpoint": "/mnt/MPD/NAS/iTunes",
"mounted": true,
"source": "172.30.10.3:/Multimedia/Music/iTunes/Music",
"size": "17TB/36TB"
},
{
"icon": "network",
"mountpoint": "/mnt/MPD/NAS/Christmas",
"mounted": true,
"source": "172.30.10.3:/Multimedia/Music/xmasTunes/iTunes Media/Music",
"size": "17TB/36TB"
},
{
"icon": "network",
"mountpoint": "/mnt/MPD/NAS/iTunes2",
"mounted": true,
"source": "172.30.10.3:/Multimedia/Music/iTunes2/Media.localized/Music",
"size": "17TB/36TB"
},
{
"icon": "network",
"mountpoint": "/mnt/MPD/NAS/HiFi",
"mounted": true,
"source": "172.30.10.3:/Multimedia/Music HiFi",
"size": "17TB/36TB"
},
{
"icon": "network",
"mountpoint": "/mnt/MPD/NAS/Mixes",
"mounted": true,
"source": "172.30.10.3:/Multimedia/Music/Mixes/iTunes Media/Music",
"size": "17TB/36TB"
},
""
],
"timezone": "America/Los_Angeles",
"version": "e6",
"versionui": 202010261,
"bluetooth": false,
"bluetoothon": false,
"btdiscoverable": false,
"wlan": false
}
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Re: RuneAudio+R e6

Postby Alien8 » 27 Oct 2020, 18:20

You seem to have 2 iTunes folders, iTunes and iTunes2
Grep iTunes should find both...

So....

Rename one of them....?
Pretty sure you're a bit unique.

Else grep for literal (grep -x)

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Re: RuneAudio+R e6

Postby kiko » 27 Oct 2020, 22:19

You canʻt rename an iTunes folder, you have create a new one anc move the music over.

The reason for 2 is iTunes Match only allows 100K songs per iTunes folder and both are right at 99K.

Thanks,,
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Re: RuneAudio+R e6

Postby Alien8 » 28 Oct 2020, 07:00

Kiko

Try startup.sh line 60

Change grep $mountpoint .. to grep -w $mountpoint ..
Just add -w, leave rest alone obviously

Try again and see if it works

It's foss and you're changing only your own instance. If it solves your issue, maybe Rern could include it in a next possible update

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Re: RuneAudio+R e6

Postby kiko » 28 Oct 2020, 18:04

I bit the bullet and spend most of the afternnon and overnight to change the path from iTunes to iTunes1, so now they are different.
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Re: RuneAudio+R e6

Postby ViridianGnu518 » 28 Oct 2020, 19:27

Hello all. First post, i apologize for any mistakes.

@rern, appreciate all the work you've done and continue to do to improve RuneAudio.

I have a couple questions after updating to e6. I have a pi 3b with a HifiBerry Amp+. I'm using a USB BT adapter from Plugable. When I connect to the pi over BT to stream something from my phone i don't have volume control. Increasing the volume for BT from my phone doesn't move the volume on the pi. I have to go to the Rune user interface to increase the volume (Side note, i need to really crank up the volume on the Rune to hear the BT stream, even with the volume set to 100 on my phone). Am i missing something or does this just not work at the moment? I don't have any other issuses with playback from my phone to the pi over BT.

My second question is about attaching a hardware power button to the pi. Using a momentary button I have a working python script that powers off the pi when the button is pressed BUT i keep finding references in the forums to a 'rune_shutdown' script that apparently does a couple other things. I can't find that script on my pi and i can't find what the script does. What am I risking just issuing "sudo shutdown -P now" from the python script? What does "Power Off" from the user interface do on the back-end? Can i have my python script just execute that when it detects a button press?

Thanks again.
Raspberry Pi 3b with TPLINK AC600 USB adapter, Plugable BT4.0 USB adapter, HiFiBerry Amp+, and Kuman 7" touchscreen
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Re: RuneAudio+R e6

Postby amonduulii » 29 Oct 2020, 00:51

@rern, add my voice to thank you for all your work to improve RuneAudio!

I've searched forums to no avail and feel I must be missing something obvious. I run a RPi 3 with HiFi Berry DAC+ Pro. Latest e6 but problem existed in e5.

USB Stick drive contains a variety of MP3s and FLACs. I have some pure FLAC file albums that play fine. I also have an album folder of FLACs with one *.cue file. RuneAudio seem sto process and recognize this folder just fine, but the flac's refuse to play. The songs just seem to be listed as *.cue files. I've tired rebuilding libraries, etc. Basically, everything works great except for FLACs that have some sort of *.cue file presence. No playing. I have ffMPeg decoder turned on too.

I hope someone can suggest an easy fix as everything else seems to be working just fine. Do I attach the USB drive to my Mac and manually delete any and all *.cue files as one solution?

Thank you for any responses in advance!! This is a great forum for help.
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