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  • 19. Mai 2017 at 12:24 #28953

    Should be great! But when I try to install this is the log:

    „Install Spotify Connect Started
    Install-Script for Spotify Connect Server
    –2017-05-19 12:19:16–
    Resolving (…,
    Connecting to (||:443… failed: No route to host.
    Connecting to (||:443… failed: No route to host.
    mkdir: cannot create directory `/opt/spotifyconnect‘: File exists
    Archive: /opt/max2play/cache/
    End-of-central-directory signature not found. Either this file is not
    a zipfile, or it constitutes one disk of a multi-part archive. In the
    latter case the central directory and zipfile comment will be found on
    the last disk(s) of this archive.
    unzip: cannot find zipfile directory in one of /opt/max2play/cache/ or
    /opt/max2play/cache/, and cannot find /opt/max2play/cache/, period.
    chmod: cannot access `/opt/spotifyconnect/librespot‘: No such file or directory
    finished – Now Click here to Reload Page

    Installation finished“

    Any idea what is going wrong?

    12. Januar 2017 at 12:16 #25803

    I Totaly agree!

    Wouldn’t it be an option/possibility to implement the SpotifyConnectServer in the same way as bluetooth „stream to squeezebox server“ is implemented? It will equally be shown as a ‚favorite‘ in your interface then?

    Remotes like orange squeeze and all the others simply aren’t updated enough to really be and stay usefull. Lists arn’t synchronized and search options are minimal. A lot of people are discovering spotify. They will in the end switch to something that incorporates spotify in a better way.

    I am now resorting to an old smartphone connected to my amplifier alongside my Pi, in order to use spotify well and allow my friends to play there tunes in my house as well!

    I think Max2play is the perfect solution for multiroom streaming, music collections and KOdi, but Spotify is not to be neglected! Danke 🙂

    greets, Steffen

    4. Januar 2017 at 14:15 #25484

    Thanks for your reply! Sorry for my late respons 😉

    “-o hw:0 -V Master” will by-pass the equalizer so that’s no option. also deactivating the inbuild PI audio didnt’owrk…As in : I couldnt do it 🙂

    BUT! I found the following:

    -C <timeout> „Close output device when idle after timeout seconds, default is to keep it open while player is ‘on’“

    So in the command line options filed I’ve put in:
    „-C 5“

    Now, when i stop playing, after 5 seconds the audio output stops and the noise is gone!


    p.s. I do use the „-o hw:0 -V Master“ option on my other PI, wich is connected to my livingroom stereo without equalizer. That works great and is preferable I think. But how to make it work on my other device with my ‚plugequal’as soundcard?

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