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Old 18th November 2017, 02:33 PM   #11121
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The error is because it canot find the git executable, so you should re-do Step 3 pt. 2 where you install some base apps.
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sudo apt-get -y install rpi-update php-fpm nginx sqlite3 php-sqlite3 memcached php-memcache mpc \
bs2b-ladspa libbs2b0 libasound2-plugin-equal telnet automake sysstat squashfs-tools tcpdump shellinabox \
samba smbclient udisks-glue ntfs-3g exfat-fuse git inotify-tools libav-tools
keep the back slashes in there otherwise it will stop after the first line.

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Old 18th November 2017, 02:52 PM   #11122
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Hi Onionhead, I have sent you a PM, with some help. did you get it?

I did provide some more text but the file became to big for the Personal message.

Once we have exchanged email addresses I can send you the rest of the advice as a text file.
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Old 18th November 2017, 03:26 PM   #11123
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Hey Tim,
Very interesting !

Do you mean that you donít have any dropout listening Music from your ios device on Pi0W using only integrated Wifi and Bluetooth ?

I can confirm that you really canít do that on pi3 so i need to buy a 0w soon

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Hi,

I'm using Edimax 7811Un Wifi adapter on Pi-3 and the inctegrated Wifi adapter on Pi-0W and Bluetooth works perfectly from my IOS devices.

I've read that BT may not work so well using the integrated Pi-3 Wifi adapter.

-Tim

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Old 18th November 2017, 03:47 PM   #11124
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Hey Tim,
Very interesting !

Do you mean that you donít have any dropout listening Music from your ios device on Pi0W using only integrated Wifi and Bluetooth ?

I can confirm that you really canít do that on pi3 so i need to buy a 0w soon
Indeed its true, no dropouts whatsoever! I've been listening all morning to Apple Music over BT using an iPad Mini and Pi0W with IQaudIO Pi-DACZero.

You might want to try an Edimax 7811Un for your Pi3. I've used this same adapter for years on all my Pi1/2/3's and its really solid.

Another thing to try is to run btmon and see if the capture shows anything suspicious when dropouts occur.

-Tim
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Old 18th November 2017, 07:38 PM   #11125
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If you use wifi and Bluetooth on the Pi3, they are using the same comms processor, the same attenuators and the same antenna on the 2.4GHz band.

Bluetooth uses spread-spectrum frequency-hopping, but you can still get interference from such things as: 2.4GHz wifi, fluorescent tubes, other BT devices like mice and keyboards, headphones and remote controls - even the kitchen microwave.

I haven’t run BT on Moode yet, but have had no problem with BT on a Pi3 with Jessie or Stretch talking to my IPad and an external BT transceiver connected to my CNC router and 3D printer.

Like anything, if your wireless implementation isn’t optimum, it can have a knock on effect to all your devices on the 2.4GHz bands.

The Pi W has a much more sophisticated antenna than the simple chip dipole on the 3

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Old 19th November 2017, 12:09 AM   #11126
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Working on build recipe 1.9. STEP 8 is there a numbering issue or is 8.2 missing?

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Old 19th November 2017, 12:27 AM   #11127
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Hi Gary, whhat makes that a ďsafe shutdown methodĒ? The listing describes it as a car ignition switch with power supply. Not much information to go on. What does it do, other than supply the two USB ports from the 12v circuit?
You basically connect one lead to "alltime" 12 volts and another to a switched 12 volt source. There are 2 leads that connect to the RPI gpio ports and when the ignition is switched off, there is a script that runs to do a safe shutdown instead of just abruptly killing the power to the Pi. Pretty handy device for RPI mobile use.
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Old 19th November 2017, 01:51 AM   #11128
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Tim, do you have any idea when a precompiled Diet Pi image might be available? I'm dying to switch over from Volumio!
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Old 19th November 2017, 02:38 AM   #11129
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You basically connect one lead to "alltime" 12 volts and another to a switched 12 volt source. There are 2 leads that connect to the RPI gpio ports and when the ignition is switched off, there is a script that runs to do a safe shutdown instead of just abruptly killing the power to the Pi. Pretty handy device for RPI mobile use.
So for the rare case of having a Pi hard-wired into a vehicle, not really mobile use, then?
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Old 19th November 2017, 02:43 AM   #11130
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So for the rare case of having a Pi hard-wired into a vehicle, not really mobile use, then?
Yeah....mobile, meaning "in vehicle use". I come from a ham radio background where mobile is normally referred to as a radio used in a vehicle, but I guess today with "mobile phones", mobile could be used as "portable".

My plans are to eventually use a Pi and hopefully Moode as an in-car mp3 player.
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