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    Jivelite for piCorePlayer

    I have a build of jivelite available for piCorePlayer.

    Greg and Steen are in the process of evaluating the package for inclusion in the piCorePlayer images.

    If you can't wait for that to happen and you have the linux knowledge, you'll find general installation instructions on the github repository main page and in the README.md file. I will ignore questions posted that are answered in the README.md.

    https://github.com/ralph-irving/tcz-jivelite

    If you are unsure how to perform the installation steps, then PLEASE don't attempt the install.
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    Nice! Kudo's

    I'll take now a stake into any company that manuf/sells 7" 800x480 capacative touch screens
    does the all-black SB sound better than the white SB?

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    Hi Ralphy

    Once again thanks for your help and support.
    Finally, I have had time to try your jivelite package and after following your instructions it worked right away - good work.

    We now need to determine how to best support it in piCorePlayer but you have done a marvelous job and it should be easy to do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sbp View Post
    Hi Ralphy

    Once again thanks for your help and support.
    Finally, I have had time to try your jivelite package and after following your instructions it worked right away - good work.
    I've just added this note to the README.md

    Code:
    To stop the configuration backup from including all the images from the jivelite installation add this line to /opt/.xfiletool.lst
    
    opt/jivelite
    Quote Originally Posted by sbp View Post
    We now need to determine how to best support it in piCorePlayer but you have done a marvelous job and it should be easy to do.

    Steen
    Agreed. We can discuss via pm.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hsmeets View Post
    Nice! Kudo's

    I'll take now a stake into any company that manuf/sells 7" 800x480 capacative touch screens
    Thanks.

    You make a good point hsmeets.

    I've included the resolutions of the skins that support touch screens in the README.md as these skins would require someone to change them for screens of different resolutions. See README.md for more details.
    Last edited by ralphy; 2015-03-15 at 05:16.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ralphy View Post
    I have a build of jivelite available for piCorePlayer.

    Greg and Steen are in the process of evaluating the package for inclusion in the piCorePlayer images.

    If you can't wait for that to happen and you have the linux knowledge, you'll find general installation instructions on the github repository main page and in the README.md file. I will ignore questions posted that are answered in the README.md.

    https://github.com/ralph-irving/tcz-jivelite

    If you are unsure how to perform the installation steps, then PLEASE don't attempt the install.
    hi ralphy,

    This is really great!

    I was just testing a preliminary version of Steen's Jivelite install script, a couple of clicks, a reboot and there it was!

    I wonder how it work with the official Raspberry Display?: http://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/vi...p?f=63&t=64041

    Thanks a lot for getting Jivelite working on piCorePlayer.

    regards
    Greg

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    RPI Display: They write it can be used in parallel to HDMI, so it will have it's own driver and that needs to be included in picore than.
    does the all-black SB sound better than the white SB?

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    @Ralphy

    Did you try your setup with display connected via GPIO?

    If yes, did you found a sound difference (e.g. better sound without display)?
    Is your load going up with display to 1-2 (Pi B)?
    Is your jivelite/PiCore combination working from RAM like Picore only?
    IR remote control: You used FLIRC via USB; why not LIRC? Because of problems with GPIO?
    Have you tested hires (24bit 192kHz) flac format in combination with display and ticker of tag datas? Any performance problems (interruptions during music reproduction) with your setup?
    Maybe you have done measurement of jitter?

    It would be very nice, if your work would have solved these problems caused by GPIO interface with standard use of operating system distributions.

    Thank you in advance

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    @Ralphy

    Did you try your setup with display connected via GPIO?

    If yes, did you found a sound difference (e.g. better sound without display)?
    Is your load going up with display to 1-2 (Pi B)?
    Is your jivelite/PiCore combination working from RAM like Picore only?
    IR remote control: You used FLIRC via USB; why not LIRC? Because of problems with GPIO?
    Have you tested hires (24bit 192kHz) flac format in combination with display and ticker of tag datas? Any performance problems (interruptions during music reproduction) with your setup?
    Maybe you have done measurement of jitter?

    It would be very nice, if your work would have solved these problems caused by GPIO interface with standard use of operating system distributions.

    Thank you in advance

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