- 3. August 2015 at 15:51 #15261
First of all: thank you for you work. Even though I do have few Rpis, it was very quick with this image to have Squeezebox & Shairplay working.
I am definitelly going to support your work 🙂
So I had 2 issues:
1) I downloaded latest Raspberry image, run Rpi, upgraded to latest version. And after upgrade shairplay and squeezelite stopped working.
I logged in directly and
grep "odroid" /etc/init.d/*shown 2 entries in: USER=odroid
I’ve manually updated it to USER=pi and rebooted and all is fine now.
I downloaded this version:
I’m currently on this kernel:
[email protected] /etc/init.d $ uname -a
Linux max2play 3.18.7-v7+ #755 SMP PREEMPT Thu Feb 12 17:20:48 GMT 2015 armv7l GNU/Linux
Tomasz3. August 2015 at 16:01 #15262
first: thanks a lot for your positive feedback!! Really appreciated!
The scripts that come with Max2Play have a default setting for the odroid (if no USER is set) as this was the first device we supported. This default setting gets overrun at runtime by variables in the /opt/max2play/*.conf. This changes the user from odroid to “pi” in the scripts you mentioned. This line does the “magic”:
USER=$(grep -a "SYSTEM_USER" /opt/max2play/audioplayer.conf | sed -n -e 's/^[A-Z_]*\=//p')
If this does not happen correctly, it is really strange… you may have a look at the file “/opt/max2play/audioplayer.conf” and see why the variable SYSTEM_USER is not set.
3. August 2015 at 17:00 #15271
- This reply was modified 1 year, 10 months ago by flysurfer.
[email protected] ~ $ cat /opt/max2play/audioplayer.conf ### Configuration of Audioplayers SQUEEZELITE_PARAMETER=-o plug:plugequal -a 80::: SQUEEZESLAVE_PARAMETER=-n plugequal SHAIRPORT_PARAMETER=-d default:CARD=ALSA USE_USB_DAC=0 USE_EQUALIZER=0
You know… I remember, that I have clicked once this button: “Reset configs to Max2Play delivery configuration”
Maybe this cleared it? I thought on fresh system it won’t do any damage.
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