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Instruction Guide Argon one case
#1
For people who has this case and want to manage power button, fan speed...

This case is incredible !
I top to 40° after 2 hours of playing music on my PI4.

Here the guide to install the script

The installation steps :

SSH to Moode
Code:
sudo apt update
sudo apt install raspi.gpio (if its not already installed)
sudo wget https://download.argon40.com/argon1.sh
sudo chmod 755 ./argon1.sh
sudo ./argon1.sh

Wait the script does the work and try to shutdown Moode using web interface
Then you will have a complete shutdown with power off.

Done !

How to use it :

To manage fan, go SSH use this command and follow the guide provide with the case
Code:
argonone-config

If you want to uninstall the hole script
Code:
argonone-uninstall
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#2
Thanks for that info.. very timely as I have just assembled my case this morning.
Followed your 'how to' and then adjusted fan speeds and temps.
I don't expect MoOde to stress the Pi4 past what the passive cooling can provide...as you say it is incredible how cool it keeps the Pi.

https://www.cyberciti.biz/faq/linux-find...e-command/

Edit.. Playing all morning and with an ambient 22 C the Pi4 CPUset for On-Demand runs at  36C.  for 'Performance" it runs at 39C.

The power button settings seem fine other than I would like to have a longer delay between safe shutdown (3 second hold) and hard kill (5 seconds hold)  Would be more family friendly...

Just checking if I would change the setting in /usr/bin/argononed.py  from..

Code:
elif pulsetime >=4 and pulsetime <=5:
                       os.system("shutdown now -h")

to something like...


Code:
elif pulsetime >=4 and pulsetime <=10:
                       os.system("shutdown now -h")

??
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#3
Well sorry i have no coding skill. I let other answers you
Modify the pulsetime seems logic to me.
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#4
FYI, if you're using the awesome Argon40 case with a HiFiBerry DAC, you'll probably need an insulator between the case and the board.
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