Interesting.sbp wrote:You will be able to get sound from the audio jack, and external USB DAC as well as the HDMI connector.
Had another try with the CM106 soundcard. Same error as before:sbp wrote:Hi
Thanks for trying the piCoPlayer.
Regarding your CM106 BOX, is it working with squeezelite in another system?
Does this box need special drivers for linux to work?
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[00:.....] alsa_open:259 channel count not available: Invalid argument
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sudo /mnt/mmcblk0p2/tce/squeezelite-armv6hf -o plughw:CARD=Audio,DEV=0 -n piCoPlayer -m 00:11:95:xx:yy:zz -a 80:4
Increasing the buffer made no difference. The distortion does sound like very fast dropouts. Causes a volume dependent "scratchiness". A bit like a loudspeaker's voice-coil rubbing on the magnet. As I said, my suspicion is the USB dropping packets.sbp wrote:Hi have you tried to increase the buffer, so instead of using 80:4 try to use 500:4.
Sorry, still does not boot. Same as before - stops on multi-coloured square. Two flashes of green "Ok/Act" light then red power LED only. No flashes of 3 network LEDs.sbp wrote:So I hope the problem is solved.
Please try to download it again from here: http://rapidshare.com/files/1756340839/ ... ayer04.img
I will have look, but would it not be possible for you to use a keyboard and a screen for the first boot. Then you could configure it there?lunarok wrote:Hi,
Is it possible to configure wifi before boot ? I have one Raspberry model A, no ethernet on it.
Fo now, I use Raspbian and after writing image I do a mount and edit /etc/network/interfaces to configure wifi.
I will take a look - and report back laterlunarok wrote:And a second question, is it possible to get piCoPlayer to get hostname from DHCP lease ? For this I use a hook in dhcp client.
So like this, image is ready for my network and can flash any new SD card and get the Raspberry working and different from the others but from same image.
But for now, some sound issue from squeezelite on Raspbian, so want to give a try to piCoPlayer.
My piCorePlayer v0.5 SD card mounts fine under Linux (Ubuntu 10.10).lunarok wrote:The SD card cannot be mounted under Linux. Is it normal ? A mount is saying the NTFS is not signed ...