4. Dezember 2019 at 15:00 #47676
Hi everyone, looking for some help!
I have a squeezebox server/client set up for my caravan using a Raspberry pi3 running Max2Play with Multisqueeze and bluetooth plugins installed. This gives two squeezebox instances, one wired through a HiFiBerry DAC and one via bluethooth for an external bluetooth speaker. This has operated reliably for the last couple of years but I have recently rebuilt it using the latest Stretch download of Max2Play 2.49. Because the media server is in a caravan it has to be powered on and off frequently and the problem I have is that whilst the previous version would allow the multisqueeze bluetooth instance to start without the bluetooth speaker switched on, v2.49 will not. I assume this is due to the change from Pulse bluetooth audio being replaced by the ALSA equivalent, since I now have to select a specific bluetooth speaker to connect to in the soundcard options list?
I don’t want to have to log in to Max2Play to restart the Multisqueeze instance every time my media server is rebooted, is there anything I am missing or is there an any workaround to make multisqueeze start the instance when the bluetooth speaker becomes available?
10. Dezember 2019 at 0:12 #47720
- This topic was modified 1 year, 7 months ago by SteveG.
I think I have the same issue but the other way around: I want to steam to squeezebox but for doing that I have to re-connect my phone through the web interface after some time.
Max2play should be ready to accept connections from other devices constantly.
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