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28. Mai 2016 at 10:07 #20388
Thanks for that but I’m not sure that I have the necessary skills to produce the code!
Thinking about this more, however, it occurs to me that this could provide a valuable extra facility to the LMS; ie. multi-room distribution of the external input.14. Mai 2016 at 21:44 #20141
I had problems setting up mine but got it running eventually. Take a look at this thread.
for some reason the link won’t show, so work it out yourself!
As you can see, I missed the final essential bit which was selecting the correct driver in the audioplayer – Edit Advanced Settings – Soundcard.
I selected „default – snd_rpi_wsp, – Default Audio Device, CARD=sndrpiwsp“ and suddenly it worked!
HTH28. April 2016 at 2:41 #19987
I reinstalled everything from scratch with a wheezy image and realised I had been using the wrong driver. I went back to the Jessie version and now that is working, too. Not got time to do any further testing as the day job is calling. I’m going to be away for 10 days or so, I’ll pick this up then but it does look like it was fingure trouble on my part! Sorry for putting you to all this trouble. Let’s hope I can get Kodi running.
Thanks for your help.22. April 2016 at 20:17 #19914
I used m2p_Jessie_wps229.img
Under Raspberry Settings
Soundcard box shows Wolfson Cirrus Logic (kernalchange)
Wolfson Audiocard box is blank
dropdown menu has Playback to Headset, Playback to Lineout, Playback to SPDIF, Playback to Speakers.
After selection SAVE the box is still empty
Under AUDIOPLAYER – Advanced Options
Soundcard is set to plughw-bcm2835 ALSA, bcm2835 ALSA -Hardware device with all software conversions CARD=ALSA Dev=0