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Old 28th January 2016, 11:25 AM   #1561
TimCurtis is offline TimCurtis  United States
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I'm having issues with the volume setting making the player unserviceable . I can set the volume by the dial but the dial follows the cursor . When I set via the volume tab on playback , the dial sits at 0 and cannot be changed .

I'm using PiDac+ with IQAudio's download of Moode and attempting to use hardware volume control

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Hi,

I'm not sure what the IQaudIO download of Moode is...

Try Moode 2.5 test release 1 (TR1) download listed under TEST CODE button at moodeaudio.org

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Old 28th January 2016, 12:12 PM   #1562
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I've recently set up Moode on iqaudio and as well as activating hardware volume control I had to set Yes, Standard and 100% for the logarithmic volume control in "Customize" settings after setting hardware volume in "Configure".

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Old 28th January 2016, 02:49 PM   #1563
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Hi Tim,

The log I quoted are from /var/log/php5-fpm.log.

As I'm in the process of building moode library, I often access to moode
from Windows PC(to add shares to moode) and from Android phone and/or Android tablet(browsing and playing tracks) simultaneously.

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Tatsuto
Hi Tatsuto,

Here is s mod that u can try:

nano /etc/php5/fpm/pool.d/display.conf
pm.max_children = 20
pm.start_servers = 6
pm.max_spare_servers = 6

> /var/log/php5-fpm.log
service php5-fpm restart
cat /var/log/php5-fpm.log (should be clean start)

Test and monitor:

pgrep -c -f "php-fpm: pool display" (count #child processes)

if >= 20 then
service php5-fpm restart

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Tim
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Old 28th January 2016, 04:44 PM   #1564
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Hi,

The OS is based on Raspbian and uses Jessie 4.1.15 kernel and other parts of Jessie but also contains parts of earlier Raspbian. It runs on Pi-1B, B+ and 2B+ and takes full advantage of multi-core proc.

Moode app software and Moode OS are designed as an embedded system consisting of application, servers, sql engine, added components, configs, settings and tunings that are intimately intertwined. This effectivly means that Moode software will only run on Moode OS. It is possible to take stock Raspbian and transform it into Moode OS but I don't maintain a recipe for doing this.

The OS can certainly be modified and many users have added packages and configs but there is always risk of breakage and malfunction.

Regarding the Pi Touchscreen, its a 16:10 aspect ratio panel and Moode UI is designed around the 4:3 a/r of iPad and similar thus on 16:10 displays the lower part of the UI is cut off. I believe this can be addressed by using @media section in CSS. Eventually I'll get to investigating it :-)
I had a feeling that might be the case, glad to hear it's not just WebUI you're working on to make our music sound fantastic!

I'll go back to the drawing board on how best to display the GUI on the touchscreen - it might be a simple css edit, until I figure out a reliable, simple and overall low impact way to display a kiosk browser on the screen I can't really test yet. If it's a simple case of a CSS edit for widescreen - would it be possible for this to be added as a slider switch option the way colour is now?

Due to the way you've built the OS, do you suggest not running "apt-get upgrade" or similar commands and just using the default releases?
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Old 28th January 2016, 05:02 PM   #1565
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I had a feeling that might be the case, glad to hear it's not just WebUI you're working on to make our music sound fantastic!

I'll go back to the drawing board on how best to display the GUI on the touchscreen - it might be a simple css edit, until I figure out a reliable, simple and overall low impact way to display a kiosk browser on the screen I can't really test yet. If it's a simple case of a CSS edit for widescreen - would it be possible for this to be added as a slider switch option the way colour is now?

Due to the way you've built the OS, do you suggest not running "apt-get upgrade" or similar commands and just using the default releases?
Hi,

I'm sure that apt-get upgrade would cause massive breakage.

U might want to search the thread a bit because there are several people that have already been successful at running Moode on the 7" touch. I recall that there is even a youtube video.

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Tim
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Old 28th January 2016, 09:34 PM   #1566
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Hey Tim,

Is it possible to display the total play time (and perhaps time remaining) of the playlist on the Playback screen?
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Old 29th January 2016, 02:17 AM   #1567
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Hey Tim,

Is it possible to display the total play time (and perhaps time remaining) of the playlist on the Playback screen?
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I think so but if Playlist contains radio stations they would have to be skipped in the calculation since they have no "play time".

What is the usage scenario for this?

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Old 29th January 2016, 09:19 AM   #1568
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Hi Tim,

I'm just going to echo what mdickey posted on Volumio forum (see quote below). In short - it would be great if Moode can act as Roon end-point. I think this will be the avenue for us to pipe in HQ audio from TIDAL, or (not so HQ) Spotify to Raspberry pi. I envision that there'd be a checkbox for "Roon Endpoint" similar to "Airplay" in Moode configuration. Do you think this is possible at all?
My point of view: RON seems a very nice system and I hope they'll find success,.... but:
-It is a private profit based company
-Their new protocol is proprietary
-the price to use RON is (at my opinion) very expensive, specially for a (advanced) music library system that does not even includes any music rights. Making it (at my opinion) a solution targeted for a very narrow customer target: Not for the DIY addicts (who might use solutions like Foobar2000 or MPD/Raspberry/Moode/...); Not for the 'let's listen it the easy way and with a nice all built in software' (who will prefer Spotify, Apple Music, Google play, chrome cast and dozens of others apps); Not for the high End and expensive audiophile music fans, who will probably acquire dedicated hardware and software solutions (from SONOS, Cambridge audio, Pioneer or HIFI Brands brands..)

So what does an Open source project, made mostly by and for audiophile tech/DIY/Geek/non-profit driven fans have do do with that ? don't you think RON can pay for raspberry suport if they think their is a market for them on it ?
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Old 29th January 2016, 09:57 AM   #1569
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I agree. But the idea of such a service that could be pressed by a slider is interesting. Running the risk of going into an area to which I know far too little, would Ickstream be an option? That would be one button opening to the whole range services. As it is now it is only made available for Squeezebox, but if I understand the discussion that their API could be developed, but here my insight in such development is far too limited
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Old 29th January 2016, 03:05 PM   #1570
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Hi,

I think so but if Playlist contains radio stations they would have to be skipped in the calculation since they have no "play time".

What is the usage scenario for this?

Regards,
Tim
Yeah, I guessed that radio stations wouldn't work for this.

Usage scenario? Ummm... it just crossed my mind when I added a couple of albums to my playlist to whether there was enough music there to keep me going until bedtime.
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