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Old 2nd June 2020, 02:58 PM   #701
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You will have to remove the semicolons at the beginning of the duke for lines to be active! ; starts a comment...


PS: pulseaudio can run higher sampling rates even if the output devices do not support that. PA will down/resample accordingly (which it has to do anyways if the backend is running float)
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Old 2nd June 2020, 03:09 PM   #702
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You will have to remove the semicolons at the beginning of the duke for lines to be active! ; starts a comment...
But, but..... I thought # was for comments..... I am so in over my head.
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Old 2nd June 2020, 04:19 PM   #703
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It very much depends in the format/language... F.ex. in php and other languages "//" will start a comment...
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Hmm, after deleting and rebooting, the semicolons are back.
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Old 2nd June 2020, 08:42 PM   #705
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You did edit and save as root?
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Yes. I also installed on the intel machine and made the exact same changes, sample rate and bit rate did change. What I do seems correct. It's a RPI/Raspbian thing, it seems. I tried something else, I added the lines instead of uncomment them. After rebooting, the new addition was gone. It's like it doesn't actually save the changes at all.
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Old 2nd June 2020, 09:13 PM   #707
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Can you save any other file in /etc? Are the changes there before reboot? Are you sure your root fs is mounted r/w?
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Root can read and write. I could save a test file in /etc, it was there before reboot, but not after reboot.
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I am googling a bit and it seems it may be a problem with the microSD card, putting it in read-only mode. I will try another card later this week.
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Actually that was a suspicion of mine too. I have a RPi here that acts as a backup server for a friend - the sd card does all kinds of funny things, especially at power loss it would not boot up sometimes etc. Fortunately the backup data is stored on a usb ssd. You might want to switch to a usb boot device and ditch these horribly unreliable sd cards.
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