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Official moOde 7.0.1 support thread
(01-15-2021, 12:45 AM)Tim Curtis Wrote:
(01-14-2021, 10:50 PM)jmcturnan Wrote: Hi, not sure if this is a lack of a feature or a bug.  When mounting a Samba share, Moode issues the following command:


mount -t cifs "//<NAS_HOST>/volume2/Music" -o username="blah",password="blah",rsize=61440,wsize=65536,iocharset=utf8,vers=1.0,ro,dir_mode=0777,file_mode=0777 "/mnt/NAS/MY_NAS_SMBSHARE"



My Synology DS216+II is configured to support a MIN of v2 and max of v3.  It took me awhile to figure out that I had to use SSH and commandline to mount the share if I did not want to downgrade to v1.  

I found that the moode.log and other logs did not contain any errors... however it definitely does not work.  

Assuming I'm correct about this, I would think a lot of users are getting stuck here and abandoning the effort.  Ideally moode/linux would automatically figure out the right version OR the UI would ask the user which version to use.

Thanks!
mount -t cifs "//192.168.1.114/volume2/Music" -o username="admin",password="jmm0079",rsize=61440,wsize=65536,iocharset=utf8,vers=1.0,ro,dir_mode=0777,file_mode=0777 "/mnt/NAS/MCTBOXSMB"

mount -t cifs "//192.168.1.114/volume2/Music" -o username="admin",password="jmm0079",rsize=61440,wsize=65536,iocharset=utf8,vers=1.0,ro,dir_mode=0777,file_mode=0777 "/mnt/NAS/MCTBOXSMB"

When you created the music source in Library config the vers= param is in the Advanced section.

Was that not visible?

It indeed was visible - however I did not see it!  Thanks!
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Hello there, I'm happily using my moode player on a raspberry pi 4 4GB every day in my office and it works really well.  I thought I'd report an issue in case others have come across it.

This may be specific just to my network - Moode can't seem to get the DNS from my gateway so none of the internet radio stations work unless they're specified in the database as an IP address (6forty Radio is one of them).  Strangely all other devices that connect work just fine including iphones, android phones and windows laptops.

The relevant info from the log is:

20201223 083541 worker: IP addr (192.168.0.13)
20201223 083541 worker: Netmask (255.255.255.0)
20201223 083541 worker: Gateway (192.168.0.1)
20201223 083541 worker: Pri DNS (::1)

Changing to a static IP address and entering the the below DNS addresses doesn't work, I get the same results in the log and stations still can't resolve.  It's like the settings aren't being saved or implemented.

I found a solution online that seems to work well without any apparent side effects and survives a reboot.

Added a file:  /etc/resolv.conf.head

Contents are:
nameserver 208.67.222.222
nameserver 208.67.220.220

Thanks!
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@Rees86 


Code:
20201223 083541 worker: Pri DNS (::1)


What's up with this? Although the Raspberry Pi OS supports IPv6, moOde doesn't make any explicit use of it (and not all of its functions are guaranteed to work in the face of it).

Something is telling moOde to use an internal IPv6 DNS resolver ('::1' is the localhost loopback address in IPv6).

Regards,
Kent
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Whenever Corporate networks are involved don't expect to get a free ride to the Public internet from your unapproved Raspberry Pi host, lol

The OP post though suggests that it's not necessarily a locked down Corporate network, hard to tell from the post.
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Although this is not an issue with 7.0.1, people may nonetheless be interested to hear about what appears to be an undocumented fix. For those suffering a "clicks and pops" issue, I have found this resolved for me in this release.

Details of my version of a "clicks & pops" issue here.
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Hi Tim,

Some updates to FLAC radio stations. The following stations have working metadata (at least on my Allo USBSig/DigiOneSig unit), and appear to run very nicely (based upon a very short listen).

Rock - Radio Paradise - main mix (San Diego, USA) (flac with metadata)
http://stream.radioparadise.com/flacm

Rock - Radio Paradise - world-eclectic mix (San Diego, USA) (flac with metadata)
http://stream.radioparadise.com/world-etc-flacm

Rock - Radio Paradise - rock mix (San Diego, USA) (flac with metadata)
http://stream.radioparadise.com/rock-flacm

Rock - Radio Paradise - mellow mix (San Diego, USA) (flac with metadata)
http://stream.radioparadise.com/mellow-flacm

Blues - Radio BluesFlac (flac),
http://streams.radiomast.io:80/radioblues-flac
   

Mixed - Mother Earth Radio (Germany) (flac 24/96),
http://icecast3.streamserver24.com:18800/motherearth

Folk - TMEFolk radio (Americana, Folk, Blues, Roots, Country) (flac)
http://ingest-ams.radiomast.io/tmefolk

   

These seem to work OK (but short listens only), but no metadata 

Pop - Radio 2.0 - Bergamo in aria HD (Bergamo, Italy) (flac)
https://vps.radioduepuntozero.it/stream.ogg

Classical - Rondo Klasu Pro (Finland) (flac).
http://rondo.iradio.fi:8000/klasupro.flac

Dance - Intense Radio (24/44.1 flac),
https://secure.live-streams.nl/flac.flac

Pop - Chill Out Zone Plus (flac)
http://chillout.zone/chillout_plus

Pop - The Cheese (New Zealand) (flac)
http://thecheese.ddns.net:8004/stream

Techno - Radio sputnik (house/techo) (Holland) (flac)
http://radiosputnik.nl:8002/flac
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When I turn on a certain type of debug on the RP flac stations I see that they are unnecessarily retransmitting the track metadata every 3 or 4 seconds. If you have Queue thumbs enabled you will see them briefly flash.
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(02-01-2021, 01:28 PM)Tim Curtis Wrote: When I turn on a certain type of debug .....


That's cheating  Big Grin

".......... I see that they are unnecessarily retransmitting the track metadata every 3 or 4 seconds"

Is it a problem or an annoyance?
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LOL.

Seeing the Queue thumbs flash every 3 secs would prolly be considered a problem and the the unnecessary traffic between client and moOde is definitely not desirable. There were a couple of other stations in the past that did this.
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(02-01-2021, 01:28 PM)Tim Curtis Wrote: When I turn on a certain type of debug on the RP flac stations I see that they are unnecessarily retransmitting the track metadata every 3 or 4 seconds. If you have Queue thumbs enabled you will see them briefly flash.

I guess I don't have queue thumbs enabled, I've never seen this and don't even know what it is or where I'd see it.
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