The Raspberry Pi 3

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Re: The Raspberry Pi 3

Postby lukeap69 » 12 Mar 2016, 06:27

Apologies for asking Frank. I also have assumed this forum is as friendly as others. I'm out of here...Thanks.
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Re: The Raspberry Pi 3

Postby hondagx35 » 12 Mar 2016, 13:17

Hi lukeap69,

please tell me the unfriendly part of my post.

Hi,

When will there be an edition for RPI3

It Is ready when It Is ready!

The PI3 is out since?
Please give me some time to update and test the image.

Frank


OK, i will make a image public on my own server this evening.
Edit:
I have some problems with the new kernel, which is needed to get RP3 working.
So please do not bother if not all will work straight out of the box.

Frank
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Re: The Raspberry Pi 3

Postby jsijkl » 12 Mar 2016, 17:47

where can i download this image to test~

thank you~~

hondagx35 wrote:Hi lukeap69,

please tell me the unfriendly part of my post.

Hi,

When will there be an edition for RPI3

It Is ready when It Is ready!

The PI3 is out since?
Please give me some time to update and test the image.

Frank


OK, i will make a image public on my own server this evening.
Edit:
I have some problems with the new kernel, which is needed to get RP3 working.
So please do not bother if not all will work straight out of the box.

Frank
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Re: The Raspberry Pi 3

Postby reddyshoey » 12 Mar 2016, 19:14

hondagx35 wrote:Hi lukeap69,

please tell me the unfriendly part of my post.

Hi,

When will there be an edition for RPI3

It Is ready when It Is ready!

The PI3 is out since?
Please give me some time to update and test the image.

Frank


OK, i will make a image public on my own server this evening.
Edit:
I have some problems with the new kernel, which is needed to get RP3 working.
So please do not bother if not all will work straight out of the box.

Frank

Nevermind this greedy suckers, Frank. People just want to consume, more and more and of course for free. They do not care how hard was your work and how long it took to make the things hapend. Just do what you have to do, and don't pay attention to those who is sqeeling "hurry up, where is rp3 support!". As if it is vital! If you need runeaudio - buy a Rp2, and use it! It works (almost) flawlessly, but if you have rp3 and you just want to do something with it, but you do not know what exactly, than stick it up into your a**, pal! Do us a favor! That what i would say in such situation. Yes i am unfriendly to b**ches. Thank you for your work, Frank!:)
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Re: The Raspberry Pi 3

Postby ACX » 13 Mar 2016, 20:39

@reddyshoey: I have to invite you to use a more polite language to express your ideas, let's keep the discussion friendly.

@all: continuously asking for an update won't make it come earlier, it will only distract us from the development to reply here at every request. So let Frank work, he knows what he's doing and he will notify everyone when the image is ready to be published.
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Re: The Raspberry Pi 3

Postby Dohmar » 14 Mar 2016, 12:32

Hi All Rune audio fans. Just signed up.
I have just bought a x400 to go with my Pi3, and Im hoping to use Rune Audio to be the glue that lets me integrate the following features;

-DAB via a USB dongle (Linux support confirmed)
-Streaming/IP/Internet Radio (Via Pi3 onboard wifi)
-FLAC/APE/Mp3/etc playback from NFS/SMB/USB sources
-Playback of optical media (USB DVD Rom)

I want to build the pi+board into a slim profile hifi case from silverstone and feed it into my cambridge audio reciever. I think its doable, if the software can do all of those features.

Want to pre-emptively thank you for working on a Pi3 version - nothing much works with my pi3 at this stage unsurprisingly, but I would be very keen to see the next iteration of Rune Audio (hopefully a 64bit version too!).

In eager anticipation
-D
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Re: The Raspberry Pi 3

Postby hondagx35 » 14 Mar 2016, 22:49

Hi all,

the image is ready.

What does it include and does it work?
- Works with RP2 and RP3
- RP3 is recognized as RP2 (this is because no 64bit Arch Linux is available for RP3 yet see here)
- RP3 wifi module works and is enabled by default
- to configure your I2S DAC you have to edit "/boot/config.txt" as known from RP2
- MPD is version 0.19.13-dsd (see here)
- MPD is compiled with pipe as output option
- mpd-watchdog is installed and enabled by default (see here)
- global random (ashuffle) is integrated and can be enabled via UI (MENU->MPD->Global random)
- the "local browser" feature is included and can be enabled via UI (MENU-Settings->Local browser)
- support for the official 7" TFT is included (display rotation is selectable in /boot/config.txt)

What does not work?
- Bluetooth module (drivers get loaded but i was not able to use them yet)

Not all features are fully tested, please feel free to report.
RP2 users with no USB wifi dongle should disable it ("systemctl disable netctl-auto@wlan0) to get shorter boot times.

At the moment it is only available from my Microsoft One Drive, sorry for slow download.
Download

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Re: The Raspberry Pi 3

Postby PeteB » 15 Mar 2016, 00:31

Starting with this image, is it still necessary to use the extra steps for the first update?

This:
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cd /var/www
git stash
git pull


Or is it just the "gitpull" button in /dev?
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Re: The Raspberry Pi 3

Postby lukeap69 » 15 Mar 2016, 05:43

hondagx35 wrote:Hi lukeap69,

please tell me the unfriendly part of my post.

Hi,

When will there be an edition for RPI3

It Is ready when It Is ready!

The PI3 is out since?
Please give me some time to update and test the image.

Frank


OK, i will make a image public on my own server this evening.
Edit:
I have some problems with the new kernel, which is needed to get RP3 working.
So please do not bother if not all will work straight out of the box.

Frank


Hi Frank

I may have misinterpreted your post. Apologies. Keep up the good work.

For the immature member above, don't drink too much kool aid.

Cheers
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Re: The Raspberry Pi 3

Postby surfninja » 15 Mar 2016, 06:23

Wow Frank. I might get a RP3 just to try it :lol: Plus you added ashuffle!

As a long time lurker and just had my 1 year anniversary as a forum member, I've been impressed by your patience and answering the same questions repeatedly.

I've try hard to ignore the 'when is the next release' and just enjoy RuneAudio 0.3 in my RP B+. I'm running Rune Audio *daily* and really enjoy it. Just ask my friends.

Good job.
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