I had the same thing...had to reboot the Rpi twice from the putty interface before it was seen. Repowering didn't seem to reboot in the same way. (showing my lack of knowledge here I think!)Hawkb wrote:Got this setup perfectly, but I don't seem to be able to access the web interface at squeezeplug:9000 or <ip>:9000.
Anyone has any idea why this is happening?
Sounds great, especially soft float since I want to run the spotify plugin. Looking forward to use it with berryboot so I can change to xbmc when I want totruehl wrote:Just an idea:
Some of you reported problems with SqueezePlug and some WiFi devices. The problems are only with SqueezePlug and not with Raspbian. So I'm thinking about using the official Raspbian image as the base for SqueezePlug. This means I put all my stuff on top of the official Raspbian image. This is possible, I've checked this out.
The good thing is the compatibility to Raspbian and e.g. all WiFi drivers should work. You can also use the graphic x stuff if you like. This system will run with the same performance like now, because the x stuff is only loaded if you type startx.
The bad thing about it is that the image will be much larger! I can implement a function to delete all the x stuff later, if you like.
I could do the same with the SoftFloat version version.
So what do you think?
I agree with this.....it seems like the way forward. Thomas, I'm sure that if you're happy to do it there will be plenty of us downloading to test and use!tw99 wrote:Seems like the best way to go, SD cards are so cheap that a larger Flash footprint shouldn't be too concerning for most.
I suppose ideally you could offer a complete canned image for downloading onto an SD Card as you do today, and also the additional Squeezeplug content as an installable APT package to load onto an existing Raspbian installation...
Sorry guys, I fell like a idiot!AntonB wrote:Hello,
first off all: bravo Thomas!
I am a complete newbie and still was able to get everything running properly.
SBT & LMS, WDTV showing SQUEEZEPLUG as a "network share".
Although I do have a problem. Samba or Windows related?
\\SQUEEZEPLUG shows in my Windows Seven "Network" with 2 folders "\\SQUEEZEPLUG\media_lib" & "\\SQUEEZEPLUG\rootfs".
Whenever I try to copy a file anywhere, Windows will refuse; no enough space available (there is!)
Can anyone please tell me what I have missed?
Did you install the latest updates? Ae you available via Skype? So we could figure things out!Hawkb wrote:Managed to install Squeezebox on my NAS and playing it through Squeezeslave on my RPi. I do have a terrible crackling noise at times though, anyway to solve that?
To me it's OK, or better: a very good idea. Lets do it! I'll be happy to do some testingtruehl wrote:It looks like most of you agree to my plans to use the official Raspbian and Wheezy images as a platform for SqueezePlug!
I forgot to tell you one more disadvantage of switching to the official versions: I can't do this with a normal patch! I have to make a complete new image and there will be no update path for this! So you all have to start from scratch if you like to use the new version!