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6. August 2018 at 13:37 #36837
Thx a lot for your help!
I’ve tried your suggestion (ALSA parameter with „80:4::“ and adding „hw:1“ in command line ) but I get this error:
Trying to launch ... NOT successful Click here to show detailed information Error: command line argument error Squeezelite Max2Play v1.0.2 based on v1.8.4-726, Copyright 2012-2015 Adrian Smith, 2015-2016 Ralph Irving. See -t for license terms Usage: /opt/squeezelite/squeezelite [options] -s [:] Connect to specified server, otherwise uses autodiscovery to find server -o Specify output device, default "default", - = output to stdout -l List output devices -a : :: Specify ALSA params to open output device, b = buffer time in ms or size in bytes, p = period count or size in bytes, f sample format (16|24|24_3|32), m = use mmap (0|1) -a Specify sample format (16|24|32) of output file when using -o - to output samples to stdout (interleaved little endian only) -b : Specify internal Stream and Output buffer sizes in Kbytes -c , Restrict codecs to those specified, otherwise load all available codecs; known codecs: flac,pcm,mp3,ogg,aac,wma,alac,dsd (mad,mpg for specific mp3 codec) -C Close output device when idle after timeout seconds, default is to keep it open while player is 'on' -d = Set logging level, logs: all|slimproto|stream|decode|output|ir, level: info|debug|sdebug -G : Specify the BCM GPIO# to use for Amp Power Relay and if the output should be Active High or Low -e , Explicitly exclude native support of one or more codecs; known codecs: flac,pcm,mp3,ogg,aac,wma,alac,dsd (mad,mpg for specific mp3 codec) -f Write debug to logfile -i  Enable lirc remote control support (lirc config file ~/.lircrc used if filename not specified) -m Set mac address, format: ab:cd:ef:12:34:56 -M Set the squeezelite player model name sent to the server (default: SqueezeLite) -n Set the player name -N Store player name in filename to allow server defined name changes to be shared between servers (not supported with -n) -W Read wave and aiff format from header, ignore server parameters -p Set real time priority of output thread (1-99) -P Store the process id (PID) in filename -r [:] Sample rates supported, allows output to be off when squeezelite is started; rates = |-|,,; delay = optional delay switching rates in ms -S Absolute path to script to launch on power commands from LMS -R -u [params] Resample, params = ::::::, recipe = (v|h|m|l|q)(L|I|M)(s) [E|X], E = exception - resample only if native rate not supported, X = async - resample to max rate for device, otherwise to max sync rate flags = num in hex, attenuation = attenuation in dB to apply (default is -1db if not explicitly set), precision = number of bits precision (NB. HQ = 20. VHQ = 28), passband_end = number in percent (0dB pt. bandwidth to preserve. nyquist = 100%), stopband_start = number in percent (Aliasing/imaging control. > passband_end), phase_response = 0-100 (0 = minimum / 50 = linear / 100 = maximum) -D [delay] Output device supports DSD over PCM (DoP), delay = optional delay switching between PCM and DoP in ms -v Visualiser support -L List volume controls for output device -U Unmute ALSA control and set to full volume (not supported with -V) -V Use ALSA control for volume adjustment, otherwise use software volume adjustment -Q Sync local ALSA volume changes with Squeezebox Server Volume when using -V option -B Use to set PowerOn/Off Player on status of connected Bluetooth-Speakers (only for Pulse Audiooutput) -I Squeezebox Server CLI Port (optional). Default 9090 -X Use a GPIO Button to switch between Play and Pause - works well with rotary encoders with button for Volume and Play/Pause -z Daemonize -Z Report rate to server in helo as the maximum sample rate we can support -t License terms -? Display this help text Build options: LINUX ALSA EVENTFD RESAMPLE FFMPEG VISEXPORT IR GPIO DSD CONTROLSBS ALSASYNC BLUETOOTHSYNC
Also with HW:0 I get the same. And even an message at the hifiberry page that the soundcard is located at HW:1
What shall i do now?