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Instruction Guide AUDIOPHONICS RaspDAC Mini Kit - I-Sabre ES9038Q2M
(05-29-2020, 05:15 PM)Pieter Wrote:
(05-27-2020, 08:25 AM)kit1cat Wrote: I have been using the Squeezelite renderer for the past few days, works great but  unfortunately only the menu and volume keys work on the remote and no track info on the display. Any tips on how I can get the pause/play and mute keys working on the remote and track info on the display?

The Audiophonics screen script queries MPD for song info and commands, when you're using Squeezelite you're bypassing MPD so there's nothing to hook into. You could remap the remote commands to Squeezelite commands. As for the trackinfo, you should investigate hooking Squeezelite trackinfo into Moode's currenttrack.txt metadata file feature. Have a look at the code for the Pimoroni Pirate Audio display code for inspiration, I think they did a similar thing.

Thanks for the info, I will take a look but I think it will be all beyond me Smile
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(04-28-2020, 11:50 AM)Pieter Wrote: Has anyone had any success running this board with a Raspberry Pi 4B? I can't get filters to stick and the gain drops to -32.00dB. Earlier Pi boards work flawlessly.

Early boards have this problem with RPI4.
It has been fixed for boards sold after September 2019

Maybe it can help, I succeded to force Pillow and luma oled installation for Python 2.7 with these commands :


Code:
pip2.7 install Pillow
pip2.7 install luma.core==1.12.0
pip2.7 install luma.oled==3.4.0
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(07-09-2020, 05:05 PM)audiophonics Wrote:
(04-28-2020, 11:50 AM)Pieter Wrote: Has anyone had any success running this board with a Raspberry Pi 4B? I can't get filters to stick and the gain drops to -32.00dB. Earlier Pi boards work flawlessly.

Early boards have this problem with RPI4.
It has been fixed for boards sold after September 2019

Maybe it can help, I succeded to force Pillow and luma oled installation for Python 2.7 with these commands :


Code:
pip2.7 install Pillow
pip2.7 install luma.core==1.12.0
pip2.7 install luma.oled==3.4.0

I have a pre Sept 2019 board, is there any advantage in upgrading to the newer board for Pi3 B+?
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(07-10-2020, 09:21 AM)kit1cat Wrote: I have a pre Sept 2019 board, is there any advantage in upgrading to the newer board for Pi3 B+?

No, we only updated the firmware to fix the volume bug that occurs with RPI4.
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(07-10-2020, 03:27 PM)audiophonics Wrote:
(07-10-2020, 09:21 AM)kit1cat Wrote: I have a pre Sept 2019 board, is there any advantage in upgrading to the newer board for Pi3 B+?

No, we only updated the firmware to fix the volume bug that occurs with RPI4.

What about the additional filters?
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(07-10-2020, 03:27 PM)audiophonics Wrote:
(07-10-2020, 09:21 AM)kit1cat Wrote: I have a pre Sept 2019 board, is there any advantage in upgrading to the newer board for Pi3 B+?

No, we only updated the firmware to fix the volume bug that occurs with RPI4.

Is there any way for me as an end user to flash the updated firmware onto my older card?
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Procedure for 6.6 is the same as 6.4.2 except for this part:

Code:
sudo pip install -U pip
sudo -i pip install --upgrade pip setuptools
sudo -H pip install 'luma.core==1.13.0'
sudo -H pip install 'luma.oled==3.4.0'

I also had to comment line 281 from this file:
Code:
/usr/local/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/luma/core/interface/serial.py
#            self._spi.cshigh = cs_high
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(07-11-2020, 04:58 PM)TookaFace Wrote: Procedure for 6.6 is the same as 6.4.2 except for this part:

Code:
sudo pip install -U pip
sudo -i pip install --upgrade pip setuptools
sudo -H pip install 'luma.core==1.13.0'
sudo -H pip install 'luma.oled==3.4.0'

I also had to comment line 281 from this file:
Code:
/usr/local/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/luma/core/interface/serial.py
#            self._spi.cshigh = cs_high

Thanks, will give it ago later today. [Image: smile.png]
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(07-12-2020, 09:31 AM)kit1cat Wrote:
(07-11-2020, 04:58 PM)TookaFace Wrote: Procedure for 6.6 is the same as 6.4.2 except for this part:

Code:
sudo pip install -U pip
sudo -i pip install --upgrade pip setuptools
sudo -H pip install 'luma.core==1.13.0'
sudo -H pip install 'luma.oled==3.4.0'

I also had to comment line 281 from this file:
Code:
/usr/local/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/luma/core/interface/serial.py
#            self._spi.cshigh = cs_high

Thanks, will give it ago later today. [Image: smile.png]

Not working for me, seems to have installed ok, but on reboot no display or remote. Tried reinstalling but no different. Will try with a fresh install of moode 6.6.0, Thanks

No luck with a fresh moode 6.6.0 install either.
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