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Old 15th April 2017, 04:48 PM   #7031
JaredC79 is offline JaredC79  United States
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can this work with LMS as the server and be controlled with the same commands as a squeeze device?
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Old 15th April 2017, 05:14 PM   #7032
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can this work with LMS as the server and be controlled with the same commands as a squeeze device?
Hi,

Yes. Turn on the Squeezelite renderer in Audio config and then you can access it via LMS running on some other machine.

-Tim
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Old 15th April 2017, 05:22 PM   #7033
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Bought it and wait patiently for the code :-)
If shairport works with the 32bit amanero now, this update is well worth the 10$.
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Old 15th April 2017, 05:26 PM   #7034
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Bought it and wait patiently for the code :-)
If shairport works with the 32bit amanero now, this update is well worth the 10$.
Hi,

If you have not received a Product Key, email tim at moodeaudio dot org and include the PayPal transaction id associated with the payment so I can look it up.

-Tim
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Old 15th April 2017, 05:56 PM   #7035
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Hello Tim,

No luck getting 3.5 to work with Pi3 and Boss on this end...there is no option for the Allo Boss DAC? Selecting Allo Piano does not work. Tried all three kernels (RT, LL, and standard). What am I missing?
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Old 15th April 2017, 05:57 PM   #7036
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Hi Tim,

I just bought a moode 3.5 key and I am currently installing it on a Pi Zero W. May I have oe request: do you plan to eventually offer Moode translations (in particular French...) as Volumio does ? For the time being I do not get lags as what I got with Volumio... It is a very good point ! However it is always a bit difficult to adjust the volume using the Moode interface (there, the adjustment seems to be a bit sluggish), but it is maybe to the low computing power from the Pi Zero W...

Thank you for your support !
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Old 15th April 2017, 06:13 PM   #7037
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Default /var/www/command directory

Hi Tim,

Downloaded 3.5, installed and everything is working great. I wanted to install the small mod that allows the button on the rotary encoder to toggle Play/Pause, but I got stuck trying to copy the Python script to the /var/www/command directory. I get the following message:

Code:
cp: cannot create regular file ‘./hw_pause_play.py’: Read-only file system
ls -l gives the following:

Code:
drwxr-xr-x 2 root root   258 Apr 12 15:55 command
I am assuming that this is something you have intentionally changed in 3.5. What is the best way to work around this? I am not that familiar with Linux and I don't want to mess anything up.

Of course the nicest thing would be to have this added as an enhancement to the rotary encoder support.

Cheers, Bryce.
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Old 15th April 2017, 06:21 PM   #7038
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How can i do the update? sorry if ithis have already asked.
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Old 15th April 2017, 06:25 PM   #7039
hop.sing is offline hop.sing  Europe
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Hi,

If you have not received a Product Key, email tim at moodeaudio dot org and include the PayPal transaction id associated with the payment so I can look it up.

-Tim
I received it, thank you.
Airport with the Amanero USB receiver works like a charm now!!!!
Great!
By the way... Are there any relevant adjustments (like Kernel, mpd scheduler or cpu governor) for usb sound transmission or are those for I2s DACs only...
Best Tobias
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Old 15th April 2017, 07:44 PM   #7040
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*THE FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS WILL LIKELY FUBAR YOUR INSTALLATION, PROCEED AT YOUR OWN RISK*

Just playing about with some stuff myself, (upgrading "nginx-common" which throws a tantrum if it cannot write to /var/www/)

A bit of digging and it looks like the contents of /var/www/ are mounted from a squashfs image at /var/local/moode.sqsh

Squashfs is read only, theoretically you could copy the contents or /var/www/ (or use the unsquashfs command on the image) to a temporary location, make your amendments and then use the mksquashfs command to rebuild the squashfs image... however I sadly can't give any guidance on this as I've never played with squashfs before, however a total hack which would probably ruin the ability to use the update feature would be to

Code:
sudo su 
mkdir /home/pi/www/
cp -aRv /var/www/. /home/pi/www/
nano /etc/fstab
> comment out the line I show below below, by typing # before it

Code:
umount -f /var/www/
cp -aRv /home/pi/www/. /var/www/
rm -Rf /home/pi/www/*
reboot
This will copy the contents of the uncompressed squashfs image to a temporary location, unmount the squashfs image, permanently stop it mounting at boot and copy the temporary files back to /var/www/ after a reboot you should be able to edit /var/www/

** PLEASE NOTE the above commands are likely to result in problems further down the line and should be considered an experimental approach, it is absolutely breaking how Tim Has designed the image so only do this if you are happy restoring the image from scratch which is.

Incidentally, if you do wish to revert this, you'll need to remove the static files before

Code:
sudo su
rm -Rf /var/www/*
..you uncommont the previously commented out line in /etc/fstab


----
LINE FROM /etc/fstab

Code:
/var/local/moode.sqsh   /var/www        squashfs        ro,defaults     0       0
----



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Originally Posted by BryceJ View Post
Hi Tim,

Downloaded 3.5, installed and everything is working great. I wanted to install the small mod that allows the button on the rotary encoder to toggle Play/Pause, but I got stuck trying to copy the Python script to the /var/www/command directory. I get the following message:

Code:
cp: cannot create regular file ‘./hw_pause_play.py’: Read-only file system
ls -l gives the following:

Code:
drwxr-xr-x 2 root root   258 Apr 12 15:55 command
I am assuming that this is something you have intentionally changed in 3.5. What is the best way to work around this? I am not that familiar with Linux and I don't want to mess anything up.

Of course the nicest thing would be to have this added as an enhancement to the rotary encoder support.

Cheers, Bryce.
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