Richard Kimber

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  • 8. Dezember 2017 at 18:28 #32840

    I don’t know if this is connected, but I note that the Start page says that an update is available, but this message persists even after I’ve apparently done the update successfully

    25. Oktober 2017 at 13:25 #32100

    Hi:

    Thanks for confirming this.

    24. Oktober 2017 at 14:15 #32072

    OK. Thanks. Well, /usr/local/bin is empty.

    I’m sure this works fine on Raspberry Pi, but are you quite sure the Odroid Ubuntu version is working correctly?

    22. Oktober 2017 at 13:02 #32038

    Hi:

    I was asking about the location of the binary, not the library. I can’t see an executable binary file. Where should it be?

    The debug button just gives information about Squeezelite and Shairport, no mention of miniDLNA.

    My BubbleUPnP app does not see it.

    19. Oktober 2017 at 16:50 #31996

    Thanks, but there is no button beneath Squeezelite and Shairport for installing the gmedia renderer on my Odroid version of Max2play. The only other install button is for Lowpassfilter and Crossfeed Level Adjuster for Headphones.

    My main point about miniDLNA was that it doesn’t appear to have been installed, despite the web interface suggesting a sucessful install. Where is the binary file located so that I may check? There isn’t a process running that I can see. It doesn’t show up on bubbleUPnP on my tablet.

    18. Oktober 2017 at 17:34 #31987

    Also, I tried the miniDLNA install, and while the web messages said that installation completed, I can’t see it anywhere on the machine and it doesn’t seem to be running, according to ps (there’s no process called minidlna or miniDLNA). And there’s no indication on the web interface on how to edit the detailed settings.

    I’m baffled.

    18. Oktober 2017 at 16:56 #31984

    I can’t see how to install gmediarender at all. It isn’t installed with the Audioplayer, which the plugin descriptions imply, and there doesn’t seem to be a separate plugin option for it.

    I’m using Ubuntu 16.04 on an Odroid XU4

    21. September 2017 at 21:22 #31460

    Am I also right that I need the armhf version of the audio software?

    21. September 2017 at 21:20 #31459

    Thanks for the reply. So if it’s Ubuntu 16.04 based, then I assume that it’s based on stretch already. Am I right?

    24. Juli 2017 at 18:02 #30106

    OK. Thanks for your reply.

    2. Juli 2017 at 14:26 #29784

    OK. I think I’ve solved it by adding

    -o hw:CARD=HDAudio,DEV=0

    to Squeezelite’s command line. I’ve not had a problem since doing that.

    28. Juni 2017 at 18:09 #29757

    Actually, after some hours of playing, I’ve just experienced the problem while the music was playing. It just stopped and then produced a regular pulsing version of the sound. Killing Squeezelite and restarting it solved it.

    7. September 2016 at 15:31 #22915

    Many thanks.

    6. August 2016 at 17:31 #22066

    For me it just won’t install. I’ve tried several times

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