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Official Pi-4B / Raspbian Buster Thread
#1
Hi,

Please post all info and issues regarding the new Pi-4B and Raspbian Buster OS in this thread :-)

Buster is in the house!

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-Tim
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#2
(06-25-2019, 05:54 PM)Tim Curtis Wrote: Hi,

Please post all info and issues regarding the new Pi-4B and Raspbian Buster OS in this thread :-)

Buster is in the house!

Code:
Authenticated to moode ([192.168.1.243]:22).
Kernel 4.19.55-v7+, Raspbian 10.0, moOde 5.3.1
                         ____     __  
             __ _  ___  / __ \___/ /__
            /  ' \/ _ \/ /_/ / _  / -_)
           /_/_/_/\___/\____/\_,_/\__/
                                         
                moOde audio player
               (C) 2014 Tim Curtis


The programs included with Moode are free software; the
exact distribution terms for each program are described
in the individual files in /usr/share/doc/*/copyright.
Moode comes with absolutely no warranties expressed or
implied, or any other guarantees.

Last login: Tue Jun 25 11:22:15 2019 from 192.168.1.155
pi@moode:~ $

-Tim

You big tease, Tim!

Was that an in-place OS upgrade or a fresh install?

Phil
Pi 4B 1GB / SMSL Sanskrit 10th MK II USB  DAC / Pro-ject Elemental / Marantz CD6004 / Marantz PM6004 / Monitor Audio Bronze 2
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#3
Hi Tim,
does this mean that it will be possible to install 5.3.1 on Buster?
If that's the case I guess it has to be done installing Buster and compiling everything from 5.3.1 "sources" foloowing the "recipe"... correct?
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#4
(06-25-2019, 09:20 PM)philrandal Wrote:
(06-25-2019, 05:54 PM)Tim Curtis Wrote: Hi,

Please post all info and issues regarding the new Pi-4B and Raspbian Buster OS in this thread :-)

Buster is in the house!

Code:
Authenticated to moode ([192.168.1.243]:22).
Kernel 4.19.55-v7+, Raspbian 10.0, moOde 5.3.1
                         ____     __  
             __ _  ___  / __ \___/ /__
            /  ' \/ _ \/ /_/ / _  / -_)
           /_/_/_/\___/\____/\_,_/\__/
                                         
                moOde audio player
               (C) 2014 Tim Curtis


The programs included with Moode are free software; the
exact distribution terms for each program are described
in the individual files in /usr/share/doc/*/copyright.
Moode comes with absolutely no warranties expressed or
implied, or any other guarantees.

Last login: Tue Jun 25 11:22:15 2019 from 192.168.1.155
pi@moode:~ $

-Tim

You big tease, Tim!

Was that an in-place OS upgrade or a fresh install?

Phil

Its the first working image resulting from a bunch of trial runs through the automated builder (mosbulild) to find where the breakage occurs. moOde is running but with some issues.

Whenever the Raspberry Pi foundation bumps to a new release of Raspbian there is going to be breakage. I remember the challenge of Jessie -> Stretch. The bump from Stretch --> Buster is also going to be challenging but we will figure it all out and get to a stable platform.

moOde 5.4 / Buster is going to be image-only release but I might be able to make an in-place update for moOde 5.3.1 -> 5.3.2 / Stretch if the necessary source code modifications are independent of which release pf Raspbian.

-Tim
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#5
(06-25-2019, 09:28 PM)franz159 Wrote: Hi Tim,
     does this mean that it will be possible to install 5.3.1 on Buster?  
If that's the case I guess it has to be done installing Buster and compiling everything from 5.3.1 "sources" foloowing the "recipe"... correct?

The build recipe for Stretch and 5.3.1 will be different than the recipe for Buster and 5.4. Some components for example MPD need to be recompiled on Buster because of updated libraries and a switch from libav to ffmpeg. There are also some package and config difference between Stretch and Buster.

I'm sure there are other things I haven't found yet but so far we have a clean build with clean compiles and running moOde :-)

-Tim
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#6
My Pi 4 arrived today. If there's any testing I can do please let me know.

Phil
Pi 4B 1GB / SMSL Sanskrit 10th MK II USB  DAC / Pro-ject Elemental / Marantz CD6004 / Marantz PM6004 / Monitor Audio Bronze 2
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#7
Will do as soon as I get a stable working test build. Prolly couple of weeks.
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#8
Suggest trying the headphone audio jack directly on the pi4. Surprisingly good audio, I think I read 36 ohm headphones OK. Running Hifiman HE-400i FLACs VLC, Rpi4 1 G, quite surprised at the quality for a $35 board (plus $10 power supply, $7 microSD and $10 for microHDMI, note micro).
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#9
The other really good news is it seems the clock stretching ‘bug’ in previous Pi’s has been ‘fixed’ according to James Hughes himself.
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#10
@derekr could you please elaborate on the clock stretching bug and its fix you mentioned? Thanks
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