Still no sound (It is ok by headphone plug, but no bluetooth)server.command = --aout=alsa --alsa-audio-device=my-bluealsa-device --verbose=-1
byserver.start.command = --aout=alsa --alsa-audio-device=default --verbose=-1
No sound at all (even in headphone)server.start.command = --aout=alsa --alsa-audio-device=my-bluealsa-device --verbose=-1
I have sound from my device (So connection is Ok)aplay /usr/share/sounds/alsa/Front_Center.wav
Thanks ! I have to say at first your documentation is awesome. It's quite rare to see this kind of professionnalism for an open source project. So, I can't complain about it. Just to congrat you.
If you do that, you wouldn't see the Peppy home screen7. Comment out the line in /etc/rc.local:
8. As driver overwrites /etc/rc.local you need manually add back the command to start Peppy:
su pi -c 'cd /home/pi/Peppy; openvt -s -- python3 peppy.py'/
So I suggest to you to edit your post for stupid guys like mesu pi -c 'cd /home/pi/Peppy; openvt -s -- python3 peppy.py'
sudo bluetoothctl -a
In my .asoundrc file it was "pcm.BT" instead of pcm.my-bluealsa-device (honestly I don't know why, but maybe precise it as a check-point)sudo bluetoothctl
You forget the ".start"[vlc.linux]
server.command = --aout=alsa --alsa-audio-device=my-bluealsa-device --verbose=-1
So... some minor details in fact, quite hard to interstand for someone like me, who hasn't any knowledge of the raspi world[vlc.linux]
server.start.command = --aout=alsa --alsa-audio-device=my-bluealsa-device --verbose=-1
My project is to use an optical CD driver, but I have to find the good solution to powered it (my option is not powerfull). For the moment, I am just glad to have sound from web services. I didn't still think about the case and cosmethic aspect.Also when your project will be completed and if you will decide to share it please let me know. I will be glad to place it in the Gallery.
It was also my thinking, but not the HifiBERRY DAC + Zero. I have a good experience in soldering, I am working in a electronic factory. So, it's not a problem.Their DACs allow to connect the second GPIO connector where you can attach the display. Though you need to solder it yourself and that actually breaks the warranty But if you have a soldering experience it should not be the problem.
That is a good advice... I have to think about before.If you are going to connect display through the ribbon cable you need to keep it as short as possible. Longer cables make UI slower as SPI interface which is used to connect displays is very sensitive to the cable length
I think it's because I just unpluged the supply without done a shutdown command ! I know, (well, now I know ) it's stupid. I found this possible root cause because I had also an issue with the mute function due to that (I modified the current.txt to corrected it).I'm not sure why that bluetooth device renaming happens.
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cd /home/pi/Peppy/languages/English-USA git checkout weather-config.txt