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Old 4th April 2015, 02:13 PM   #11
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Hi kolja7t,
I'll add RaspyPlay4 to the DAC compatibility list. Thanks!
Its not yet in the i2s device dropdown on System config, but I would like to add it. All I need to know is which i2s device you are currently selecting.
Playlist drag/drop - I'll take a look
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Thanks for replay! I selected "IQaudIO PI-DAC+".
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Old 8th April 2015, 02:05 PM   #12
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Thanks for replay! I selected "IQaudIO PI-DAC+".
Best wishes!
I am using now "IQaudIO PI-DAC" without "+" and everything is also OK, because of RaspyPlay4 haven't "Headphone amp" like "+" version of IQaudIO PI-DAC...

Just for your information.
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Old 8th April 2015, 02:56 PM   #13
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I am using now "IQaudIO PI-DAC" without "+" and everything is also OK, because of RaspyPlay4 haven't "Headphone amp" like "+" version of IQaudIO PI-DAC...

Just for your information.
Hi,

Thanks! I'll update the device description for RaspyPlay4 and also change to use the device overlay for iqaudio pi-dac instead of pi-dac+.

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Old 8th April 2015, 09:46 PM   #14
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Default NAS Mount issues

I have an RPI2 with HiFiBerry Dac+ that I would like to use to check out Moode. I created a 1.18t1 image and got a successful boot with timezone modifications, but I have been fighting the NAS mount. I have duplicated the fstab entry from a laptop I have been using for LMS that mounts my NAS, but that fails with the following message:

Last system mount error
mount.nfs: access denied by server while mounting 192.168.1.107:/public/music

It is an NFS share and I have the permissions entry in the NAS server set for the IP address of the RPI2 with read/write permission. I can send an image of the Source page. I also noticed that the login and password for the wireless network appears to automatically been copied from the NAS information and does not match the network name and WPA password. I would prefer not to use wireless at all except for a phone interface that would be picked up by my router and feed through the LAN.

Any thoughts are most welcome.

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Old 8th April 2015, 11:21 PM   #15
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I have an RPI2 with HiFiBerry Dac+ that I would like to use to check out Moode. I created a 1.18t1 image and got a successful boot with timezone modifications, but I have been fighting the NAS mount. I have duplicated the fstab entry from a laptop I have been using for LMS that mounts my NAS, but that fails with the following message:

Last system mount error
mount.nfs: access denied by server while mounting 192.168.1.107:/public/music

It is an NFS share and I have the permissions entry in the NAS server set for the IP address of the RPI2 with read/write permission. I can send an image of the Source page. I also noticed that the login and password for the wireless network appears to automatically been copied from the NAS information and does not match the network name and WPA password. I would prefer not to use wireless at all except for a phone interface that would be picked up by my router and feed through the LAN.

Any thoughts are most welcome.

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Hi,

(1) Start with a fresh 1.8t1 sd card image and then ssh in and perform a manual mount to your NFS share to see if that works. I don't have a way to test NFS, but u could try something like this:

mkdir /mnt/NAS/Music
mount -t nfs .....

If u can get a manual nfs mount to work, I can compare that string to what the code is doing when it constructs an nfs mount. In the meantime, I'll examine the code to see if there are any obvious bugs in nfs mount string.

(2) I don't quite understand the bolded text above. The Source mount userid and password are separate from the Network/Wireless SSID and password. Are u seeing something odd in either the Sources or Network screens, or possibly in some OS files?

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Old 8th April 2015, 11:40 PM   #16
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Hi,

You can also check the following log. The player logs the mount string defined in Sources to this file.

cat /var/log/php_errors.log

btw: if log files are getting big run this command:
/var/www/tcmods/r18/cmds/utility.sh clear-logs

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Old 9th April 2015, 12:20 AM   #17
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The manual mount worked insofar as I can cd down into the files and do an ls with the right results. I doesn't show up in moOde interface as a monted NAS. The mount string that worked was:

mount -t nfs 192.168.1.107:/volume1/public /mnt/NAS/Music


On the wireless question, without any action on my part, SSID under the Network tab contains an entry that is actually the admin login on the NAS and the dots in the password entry look to be the length of and NAS admin password

I appreciate the help.

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Old 9th April 2015, 12:34 AM   #18
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Hi,

Success with manual mount is good news. I'll investigate.

Wrt the Network config page, is the SSID field populated with your actual admin userid to your NAS?

If so, then has this userid/password been entered manually in any OS files?

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Old 9th April 2015, 12:49 AM   #19
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Wrt the Network config page, is the SSID field populated with your actual admin userid to your NAS?
Yes.

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If so, then has this userid/password been entered manually in any OS files?
No, I believe it was either populated automatically or after I thrashed through a number of NAS mounting attempts under the Sources tab. What I did notice was that there were intelligent defaults suggested in the NAS mounting dialog before I had entered anything, which I did not expect. moOde acted as though it was polling the network for possibilities. After I had failed to mount the NAS, I looked under the Network tab for the first time and that login and password were entered. I attempted clear them, but they are there every time I return, in spite if reimaging the SD card twice.

mysterious.

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No, I believe it was either populated automatically or after I thrashed through a number of NAS mounting attempts under the Sources tab. What I did notice was that there were intelligent defaults suggested in the NAS mounting dialog before I had entered anything, which I did not expect. moOde acted as though it was polling the network for possibilities. After I had failed to mount the NAS, I looked under the Network tab for the first time and that login and password were entered. I attempted clear them, but they are there every time I return, in spite if reimaging the SD card twice.

mysterious.

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Hi,

Very odd.

What were the defaults?

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