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Old 17th November 2016, 03:31 AM   #1951
adeveza is offline adeveza  United States
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Has anybody successfully boticized volumio? if so, can anyone point me to the "how to" link please? very much appreciated.

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Old 18th November 2016, 07:37 AM   #1952
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I am not able to flashed the image to the eMMC, not sure what I did I wrong ??? Tried to re-download the image still does not work... the flash sequence does not start... I try the NAA image the leds sequence shows it's flashing the eMMC... but Ray's image the leds just blink on the first led... any advice ?? I also wanted to try a fresh install of Debian stretch but I could figure it out the correct way to do it... any ideas ?? Thanks


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The new image seems to have uploaded successfully.

Just a note to make people aware that the image will flash your eMMC at first boot so you may want to back up any current image that is of value to you.

Having copied the image onto your uSD, insert it and boot from the uSD (hold the boot switch down on the BBB for a few seconds initially). The image will be flashed to the eMMC (takes about 10mins or so). On completion, power off, remove the uSD, and restart.

Login/password are debian/temppwd.

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Old 18th November 2016, 05:22 PM   #1953
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flowerpot,
I downloaded Ray's image yesterday (Thank You, Ray) and tried in in my BBB.
I had the same experience that you did. Flashing the eMMC did not occur. Being a bit perplexed by this today I did a bit of research and found the following instructions from this web page; debian - Unable to Flash eMMC from SD Card BeagleBone Black - Stack Overflow

Did you remember to remove the "#" at the beginning of the line cmdline=init=/opt/scripts/tools/eMMC/init-eMMC-flasher-v3.sh ? To make this edit, which will cause the SD card to automatically flash any bbb you turn on with the SD card in it, you just need to follow these steps.
1. Connect your bbb to a power source (USB or DC work equally well)
2. Power off the bbb by pressing the power button.
3. Insert your SD card.
4. Power the bbb on.
5. Log in to SSH (I like putty for this) with port 22 and IP 192.168.7.2
6. execute: cd .. sudo nano boot/uEnv.txt
7.navigate to the line #cmdline=init=/opt/scripts/tools/eMMC/init-eMMC-flasher-v3.sh at the bottom of the txt file.
8. Delete the "#" at the beginning of the line.
9. control+x then "y" then "Enter key" to save your change and exit the txt file.
10. Reboot the BBB and the SD card should automatically flash to your BBB which will be indicated by the LED's following this pattern for (in my experience) about 10 minutes. LED pattern: 1-2-3-4-3-2-1-2-3-4-3-2-1-2-3-4-3-2-1... etc..

I took a look at uEnv.txt in Ray's image and it does indeed have that line commented out.
Personally I would rather not flash my eMMC so I will leave it as it is.
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Old 18th November 2016, 05:26 PM   #1954
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By the way, Ray's image is Debian 8.5 which is "Jessie"
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Old 18th November 2016, 06:23 PM   #1955
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I took a look at uEnv.txt in Ray's image and it does indeed have that line commented out.
Personally I would rather not flash my eMMC so I will leave it as it is.
Yes sorry, my bad, I forgot to mention before that the current image needs to have the uEnv.txt edited to flash the eMMC. The earlier image had the flash enabled but I thought people would prefer to choose but then forgot to post anything about it.

Anyway, hope you enjoy.

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Old 24th November 2016, 04:19 AM   #1956
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I've prepared the bbb scripts on the repo,
so you can clone it and start building the images (I think it will ease up your work...)

There is a new repo for the bbb platform files:
https://github.com/volumio/platform-bbb

But during development you can just move over the files in the script without using it...

You can see the new scripts for bbb:
https://github.com/volumio/Build/com...fc3b7187b845a5

They should be pretty straightforwarding, but I've added some comments inside to guide you a bit...

After you've set up your dev environment (I suggest a debian one, but also ubuntu will work but you need to edit multistrap a bit, see the readme).
just launch :

./build.sh -b arm -d bbb -v 2.001

Let me know!

mi
Hi mikelangeloz,
Thank for your great work.
I success build the image of volumio 2 for BBB but when I install in SD Card and it's seem not running ( it's back to default OS of beaglebone). I will check the output of console later.
And I have another issue is when using BBB with Volumio 1.5 then the I2S output is only 48kHz ( also when I play with 192kHz) and I don't know how to change it's. It's also always 32 bit per sample in oscilloscope and sample frequency is 48kHz.
Can you teach me how to see what happen here by using SSH?

Thank a lot
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Old 25th November 2016, 05:17 AM   #1957
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Hi miero. Just wondering if you have any update regarding my request for a mute trigger to be exposed on the BBB headers by Botic.

You may recall, I would like the ability to trigger a mute relay (or similar) with a DSD-only decoder (such as the Signalyst DSC1) which can be prone to pops/clicks during codec changes.

If the header pin used isn't one isolated by Hermes I can add my own isolation.

Cheers

Ray
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Old 25th November 2016, 01:53 PM   #1958
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I just booted up botic v4 for the first time. Upgraded to v7rc1-larger buffers.
Changed network config to static IP.
Now on to mounting my NAS as a cifs share -
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1b) mount remote storage into /data directory
mkdir /data/remote
nano /etc/fstab
# windows share directory (cifs)
//IP_ADDRESS_OR_HOSTNAME/REMOTE_DIRECTORY /data/remote cifs user=USER_NAME,pass=PASSWORD,cache=none,gid=audio
I would prefer to mount my network share as /mnt/nas
Obviously I would then change the MPD configuration to set this location as my music directory ...

... but would I be missing out on anything else by not using the /data directory?
ie. are there any other features of botic, such as internet streaming for example, which point to /data??
Thanks.
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Old 25th November 2016, 03:04 PM   #1959
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Default v5 vs v7rc1

Could someone comment on the differences between versions v5 and v7rc1.
What has been added or improved?
Does it make an improvement, sound wise?

Thanks, Ichi
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Old 25th November 2016, 11:37 PM   #1960
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Could someone comment on the differences between versions v5 and v7rc1.
What has been added or improved?
Does it make an improvement, sound wise?

Thanks, Ichi
You might want to check this comment by miero for the detailed info on v7rc1.

For a while I've been using this version without any problems. I2C control of B3SE from BBB-Hermes works fine. The SQ via MPD is quite stable. Currently I'm running this version on a debian stretch distro with newly compiled MPD-0.18.23-dsd-rt and MPD-19.19 (patched with realtime option), both capable of playing native DSD512 sources.

Also, this version with debian stretch works fine as an NAA (network audio adapter for HQ player) as suggested by miero and Ray and also as a RoonBridge for Roon library. I'm using these options and MPD alternatively on a single debian system.

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