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  • 23. Februar 2022 at 20:09 #52089

    Hello Mario,
    I have the default sound card set for the HifiBerry Amp2 (sysdefault-snd_rpi_hifiberry_dacplus, HiFiBerry DAC+ HiFi pcm512x-hifi-0 – Default Audio Device, CARD=sndrpihifiberry) and I haven’t changed the command line options (they are -o hw:1 -V Digital).
    I have just tested by waiting, as you say, a couple of minutes, and Squeezelite has indeed started up.
    I am sorry to have wasted your time but I hope this topic might help someone else in the same situation!

    My other problem with using Kodi is controlling the volume. I assume this is not something to do with Max2Play but if you know how to get the TV remote on HDMI CEC to control the volume on Kodi on Max2Play, please let me know; it’s driving me mad! The remote works well otherwise; it’s just the volume.

    14. Februar 2022 at 13:04 #52049

    2nd option appears much better for me.

    To clarify: do you mean I should install Kodi on each RPi player in a room where there is a TV (and audio speakers) and then connect the RPi HDMI to the TV and select the HifiBerry as the sound card?

    14. Februar 2022 at 12:32 #52047

    Thanks Mario, I’ve since had the same problem on a RPi 3+ and also resolved it by using v255.

    11. Februar 2022 at 11:45 #52037

    I have also had problems with mounting Synology and the answer has always been to set up a new user on Synology, then put in the user and password into the ‚options‘ box in Max2Play.

    10. Februar 2022 at 20:25 #52035

    However, I’d rather not use the Beta because I don’t want anything unstable. Can you see a reason why it shouldn’t work with Buster v253?

    10. Februar 2022 at 19:54 #52034

    I’ve just tried it with the Beta Max2Play (v255) and it works! The OS loads and I have LAN connection with router-assigned IP address.

    10. Februar 2022 at 18:20 #52032

    Hello again, I’ve had a chance to test the RPi 4 with Raspberry Pi OS with a monitor, and both the ethernet and Wifi have successfully connected to the router with an IP and MAC address. I then tested it headless (with the wifi SSID and password already set up on RPi OS), and it worked again.
    Then I tested again with Max2Play, the only difference being the OS, and the ethernet did not connect. The wifi obviously didn’t connect because I hadn’t entered the SSID or password).
    So, it seems to be Max2Play (Buster) that’s causing the problem.
    On screen it says „boot: mode USB-MSD 4 order f41 retry 0/128 restart 53/-1“, „SD card detected“, „net:down“, „start4.elf: is not compatible“, „This board requires newer software“, and plenty of other things
    If you let me know what information you might need I’ll try my best to supply it.

    26. Januar 2022 at 16:26 #51992

    OK. Thanks. I suppose the easiest solution would be to have a separate RPI for each touchscreen. I’ll wait until the chip crisis is over!
    And I promise to do a full write-up of the installation once it’s finished.

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