Tagged: spotify connect
1. Januar 2018 at 19:45 #33172
Hi, I’m trying to get the Spotify Connect plugin to work.
Unfortunately I’m not able to start it. All it says in the DEBUG output:
#### Librespot Output #### #### Librespot Command Line Options #### Illegal instruction
The „more information“ link on top of the plugin page does not work at all 🙁
I’m running Version 2.45 on a Raspberry PI B with a Hifiberry card if that is any help.5. Januar 2018 at 14:01 #33256
First of all sorry about the late reply. I am still working through the holiday break requests.
Were you able to install Spotify Connect regularly without interruption?
Which Raspberry Pi B is your model? B+, 2B, 3B?
What more information link are you referring to? On top there should only be links to librespot’s github and mherger’s Spotty in the text field.
Please check the other parameters of your player. Make sure the last there are empty and that your sound card is selected.
Also make sure that both Squeezelite and Shairport are inactive.6. Januar 2018 at 14:58 #33270
Hey, no worries about the late reply.
Yes, the installation itself did not show any errors.
My Raspberry is a plain old Model B, no B+, just the old one which had 2 USB ports.
I’m talking about his link:
8. Januar 2018 at 12:36 #33296
- This reply was modified 5 years ago by kai.
Just thought I’d mention I’m also encountering this issue. I’m running a raspberry pi zero W on a Justboom AMP HAT (full size AMP not the zero model). Both shareport and squeezelite players are deactivated and the soundcard is selected in the spotify connect setup.
Look forward to resolving this issue.9. Januar 2018 at 16:57 #33322
You both have very specific setups so I will just on a normal Pi3 to make sure the error is not reproducible there.
For now, please try making a beta update, reinstalling Spotify Connect and playing something back.
Edit: Do both of you have the error „illegal instruction“? Also, is that all that shows up when clicking more in the error message?
14. Januar 2018 at 0:48 #33397
- This reply was modified 5 years ago by Heiner.
Thanks for all the replies. Heiner, I’ve tried installing the beta version with no luck. I’ve also attempted to replace the librespot file but don’t seem to have the correct login. Using winscp with the login pi (password raspberry) doesn’t seem to allow me to change/modify files. Is there another login I should be Using?
Thanks for any help guys,
Jason1. März 2018 at 17:45 #34166
We added a check for the version of Raspberry Pi in our most current beta of Max2Play. This makes sure the correct version for ZeroW, B+, etc. is installed and not just the newest one which is not compatible with these boards. You can test it out after making a beta update.3. März 2018 at 13:23 #34192
So, I decided to give that new beta a try, Version Beta-180301 on Raspberry PI B+, and have spent some hours pulling my hair out since then.
Even with the google DNS hack in place, I have no internet on the max2play after installing this beta.
Well, that means, no DNS, because I can connect to it via webinterface and ssh without a problem, so the connection is there, but pinging a server by name from the raspberry gives an „unknown host“ error.
Did a full reinstall this morning, first trying to get it all working without installing a beta release, but all I got at first was the illegal instruction for librespot, and then, after following the instruction from arch above (https://www.max2play.com/en/forums/topic/spotify-connect-does-not-start/#post-33354), all I got when trying to start spotify connect was
hread ‚main‘ panicked at ‚called
Errvalue: WireError(„invalid value for enum: 13“)
Googling for this doesn’t help me much, just a few hits on GitHub with too much tech details (even though I think of myself as tech savvy).
After the first reboot on the beta release, I get the no internet error, persistently…
So… basically, now I can start over again with installing, but then I will still not be able to use spotify connect, which for me was the whole point of using max2play…
Any hints welcome! Basically, without internet access (without a functioning DNS), this thing is useless…
If there’s any useful logging I can get, let me know.
If only I hadn’t tried out the latest beta, I would still be enjoying spotify connect. Is there a way to go back to the previous beta?
5. März 2018 at 14:16 #34210
- This reply was modified 4 years, 11 months ago by kraker. Reason: minor addition
The image download beta is different from the beta update on a normal version. The image beta is based on Raspbian Stretch, a different version of the Debian structure Max2Play is built on.
By doing a beta update from a normal image (based on Raspbian Jessie lite), you only get the newest bug fixes and changes to our proper release. Thus, you can just download the normal standard image and do a beta update.18. April 2018 at 22:12 #35223
I’m sad to inform that this still doesn’t work.
The fix Arci suggested here before, does.
Installing the latest update, the beta, updating kernel, re-installing the spotify connect, disabling squeezelite and shairport, etc. did not fix this.
Raspberry pi zero w + justboom zero DAC6. Mai 2018 at 13:10 #35524
I have just downloaded the Stretch image for my Raspberry PI Zero – m2p_stretch_rpi_245.img and flashed and booted into M2P. Setup wireless and upgraded to beta version Beta-180503
Enabled and installed Spotify Connect
Get the same error. Next steps?
#### Librespot Output ####
#### Librespot Command Line Options ####
Illegal instruction8. Mai 2018 at 2:46 #35569
Yes I have reinstalled while running Beta-180503
It does not appear to be installing the correct version (as I understand it, an older version is required for the Pi Zero).
Same error in debug.
„#### Librespot Output ####
#### Librespot Command Line Options ####
Illegal instruction“8. Mai 2018 at 14:08 #35594
Pi Zero Wireless. Is the librespot file the correct version?
Can you tell me where I can find the install script so I can debug?
[email protected]:~ $ cat /proc/cpuinfo
processor : 0
model name : ARMv6-compatible processor rev 7 (v6l)
BogoMIPS : 997.08
Features : half thumb fastmult vfp edsp java tls
CPU implementer : 0x41
CPU architecture: 7
CPU variant : 0x0
CPU part : 0xb76
CPU revision : 7
Hardware : BCM2835
Revision : 9000c1
Serial : 0000000088be3ccb8. Mai 2018 at 14:49 #35595
Something is up with your install.sh script … maybe the js is referencing the wrong location / file? Certainly not the latest version.
When I run „Reinstall Spotify Connect Service“ from the web interface it installs
-rwxrwxrwx 1 root root 13707640 Mar 5 16:08 librespot
When I download the spotifyconnect.tar file (http://shop.max2play.com/media/downloadable/beta/spotifyconnect.tar) and run the install.sh in it as root it installs this version
-rwxrwxrwx 1 root root 14617892 May 7 10:50 librespot
which works 🙂
Thanks8. Mai 2018 at 15:19 #35597
We added an identification for the Zero Wireless chip because it needs a different version than the 2B, 3B and 3B+ does.
With the newest beta, this should automatically get you the right version. As mentioned, we successfully tested this with a Zero Wireless.
But I will set up a new image and see if I can recreate your issue.17. Mai 2018 at 12:43 #35742
on initial boot and install of Spotify Connect worked just fine.
however, auto-start on boot did NOT work. i had to manually start it each time.
then, i was playing with squeezelite but without the auto-start.
it always came back with the following error:
[03:40:00.965570] test_open:310 playback open error: Device or resource busy
[03:40:00.965912] output_init_common:382 unable to open output device
then, i tried to start Spotify Connect manually and now,
it fails with error:
Trying to launch … NOT successful Click here to show detailed information
error: Unrecognized option: ‚onstart‘
so, now i am faced with two problems.
please help with some advise…
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