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Old 14th February 2018, 12:11 PM   #13721
TimCurtis is offline TimCurtis  United States
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Hi Tim,

So after a bit of digging it looks like I had a broken build. After checking (now I understand to look for it!) I can see the build is incomplete and stops at Step 13, Component 1.

** Install MiniDLNA package
E: dpkg was interrupted, you must manually run 'dpkg --configure -a' to correct the problem.
** Error: install failed
** Error: image build exited
** Error: reboot to resume the build
** Tue 13 Feb 22:37:50 UTC 2018

It tries and fails a further two times then there are no more entries. I'll try again tonight and see whether it stops at the same place. I can see the complete log in my Pi3 build so can see there is a lot missing. I assume a PI3 build is not compatible with a PI0W?


Build spec is: Moode 4 automated build, Pi0w, Stretch Lite 2017-11-29

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Hi Frank,

Yes, its same image regardless of what Pi its built on so definitely do the build on your Pi-3 and use Ethernet if possible.

For a completely new moOde release I'll make one master build on a Pi-3, backup the image then write it to SDCard's and use moodecfg.txt auto-configuration file to automatically perform the name changes at startup for my other Pi's.

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Old 14th February 2018, 12:40 PM   #13722
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Tim,

Thanks for that. I'll clone my Pi3 install then and rename. The PI3 has been running n problem for over a week now. Because I am stubborn I will probably try another Pi0 build just to check if it bombs at the same point and will let you know.

I was worried PI3 was running 64bit, not 32 etc.

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Old 14th February 2018, 01:19 PM   #13723
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I need some help in understanding why i cannot get DSD Direct, even if selected.
I am runnung moode 4 on Rpi2 conected via usb to Amanero. here is my DSD playback:
Encoded at: DSD64, 1 bit, 2.822 mbps Stereo Decoded to: PCM, 32 bit, 352.8 kHz, Stereo Rate: 22.579 mbps
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Old 14th February 2018, 01:29 PM   #13724
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Hi @idir,

Try with DoP = Yes in MPD config.

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Old 14th February 2018, 01:42 PM   #13725
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Try with DoP = Yes in MPD config.

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Thanks Tim!

Now My DAC display shows 2.8 MHz. I thought DoP is supposed to output a PCM stream not DSD?
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Old 14th February 2018, 01:52 PM   #13726
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Hi @idir,

DoP wraps native DSD bitstream in PCM packets and sends the packets at 176.4K rate for DSD64. 352.8K rate for DSD128, etc.

Your DAC, if it supports DoP protocol, will unwrap the PCM packets into native DSD bitstream internally and then indicate "DSD" rather than "PCM". If you send DoP to a DAC that does not support it then typically you will just get hiss.

The other DSD mode is "native DSD" where the bitstream is sent in its original format to the DAC. MPD article describes under what conditions native DSD will work.
Direct Stream Digital (DSD)

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Old 14th February 2018, 02:15 PM   #13727
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Tim,

Thanks for that. I'll clone my Pi3 install then and rename. The PI3 has been running n problem for over a week now. Because I am stubborn I will probably try another Pi0 build just to check if it bombs at the same point and will let you know.

I was worried PI3 was running 64bit, not 32 etc.

Frank
@Diychip

Just to be sure---the moodecfg.txt trick works only on the first boot of a built image. If you've already been running the image on your RPi3B then you'll have to work through the UI config screens.

As for your dpkg error, it means roughly it "died a horrible death" (quote from a not-very-informative ancient developer-thread I found).

Could be a out-of-memory problem although I reported here some 10 days ago about my test on an RPi0W showing it has enough memory to build everything except the optional gmusicapi component. (Moode Audio Player for Raspberry Pi)

Could be a networking issue. As Tim said, use wired Ethernet if at all possible while building, whether on an RPi0W or an RPi3B.

Assuming you could get to the command line, were you able to follow dpkg's recommendation: "you must manually run 'dpkg --configure -a' to correct the problem"?

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Old 14th February 2018, 06:06 PM   #13728
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Hi Tim,
Thanks for all your hard work with the project. I did try searching but no luck. A question if I may? I have a Pi3 with MoOde 4 running, linked to a NAS music source and I can see the library as expected. I have ordered a HAT DAC to output to a Musical Fidelity amp. In the meanwhile can MoOde be configured to use the onboard output of the Pi3 until the DAC arrives?

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Gary
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Old 14th February 2018, 06:23 PM   #13729
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Hi Tim,
Thanks for all your hard work with the project. I did try searching but no luck. A question if I may? I have a Pi3 with MoOde 4 running, linked to a NAS music source and I can see the library as expected. I have ordered a HAT DAC to output to a Musical Fidelity amp. In the meanwhile can MoOde be configured to use the onboard output of the Pi3 until the DAC arrives?

thanks
Gary
Hi Gary,

Open MPD config and set Audio output = On-board audio device then APPLY.

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Old 15th February 2018, 01:07 AM   #13730
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Hi, all. I am new here and wanted to try out Moode to see the state of development and try it out. I have followed the instructions and was quite frustrated as I have tried about 4 times to get this installed and am still stuck. I am using the raspbian install and it is clean. It gets this rar and quits:
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pi@moode:~ $ mosbrief
// STEP 2 - Direct build so no need to expand Root partition
// STEP 3A - Install core packages
// STEP 3B - Install core packages
Binary file (standard input) matches
What do I need to do to keep it running the installation script?

I tried a number of times last night and it got so far and just quit. (It took me a while to figure out that the installation moode install script changed my password so I could see what was going on).
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