11. May 2016 at 15:26 #20084
We recommend using the shutdown button before removing the power supply. While this usually does not have a great effect on the system, the removal of the power supply while the system is running tasks in the background can lead to future errors.19. September 2016 at 15:03 #23098
I have RPi with M2P working as a server/player and an old SB Touch on the network in another room. I am controlling both with iPeng.
I am thinking about adding another RPi/M2P player only in my workshop, but I only use the workshop about 1 day per week. It seems like a waste of energy to keep the RPi running all the time in the workshop. Is there a way to safely shutdown the workshop RPi without having to turn on the computer and turn it off from the network webpage? I was wondering if a momentary switch on one of the GPIO of the RPi could be used to trigger the safe shutdown command?
Jac19. September 2016 at 20:10 #23106
You can make a bookmark of this URL to shut down safely from any browser within your network:
Alternatively, if your Pi always has the same IP address you can use
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