15. Juli 2017 at 19:54 #29921
Many moons ago „flysurfer“ was kind enought to provide the necessary majic to connect my USB dac to a rpi2B (I think it was).
I tried today with a rpi3b, just to use as a squeezelight player, but after selecting the usb output in the Raspberry Settings and rebooting, there was only the default sound outputs in Squeezelite.
Is it a kernel thing?
Ronnie25. Juli 2017 at 14:53 #30138
Heiner, the sysdefault shows only the pi audio card, no usb.
I have plugged in another dac to the pi and that shows on the settings, so it’s just the Essensio that does not show (I think it used to show as „Star“.1. August 2017 at 16:14 #30285
We now changed the selection of Essensio Card to incorporate the kernelchange. Please try updating to the newest beta, selecting „none“ in the sound card setting and selecting your card again. In this selection, the system will need a little time to adjust all changes, including ones in the ALSA library. So please be patient as the process might take some minutes.
Also, have you tried just selecting the default sound output with a completely new image to see whether the card gets recognized and how it’s handled by the system?1. August 2017 at 18:39 #30291
Heiner, just tried to post a reply but it’s got lost somewhere, lol.
I tried this
Also, have you tried just selecting the default sound output with a completely new image to see whether the card gets recognized and how it’s handled by the system?
but had no luck, the Essensio did not show.
This was better though
Please try updating to the newest beta, selecting “none” in the sound card setting and selecting your card again.
I’ll try and paste a screen shot
Thanks very much.
- This reply was modified 4 years, 2 months ago by Man in a van.
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