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    Senior Member Pascal Hibon's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by paul- View Post
    Assuming that this is a FAT32 formatted drive. Install the extra filesystem support, then reboot, that will mount the USB with utf-8
    Yes it is a fat32 formatted drive. Due to this, I didn't think the extra filesystem support was necessary.
    I did install it and SyncBack is running as we are speaking. It is now successfully copying the files who caused issues prior to the extra filesystem support.
    Thank you Paul for your assistance !!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pascal Hibon View Post
    Yes it is a fat32 formatted drive. Due to this, I didn't think the extra filesystem support was necessary.
    I did install it and SyncBack is running as we are speaking. It is now successfully copying the files who caused issues prior to the extra filesystem support.
    Thank you Paul for your assistance !!
    It's only for those that need UTF-8 vs the ISO encoding that piCore uses by default

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    Quote Originally Posted by sbp View Post
    Please try again - I just tested:
    with this result
    Code:
    Connecting to raw.githubusercontent.com (151.101.84.133:443)
    lms-update.sh        100% |*******************************| 13190   0:00:00 ETA
    Steen
    i am not sure if you did anything your side, but i can confirm it now works fine. Running 7.9.1 on RPi with access to SMB files across my network, playing fine so far to Classics, a Radio and a couple of Touch.

    thanks for the support in getting this sorted.

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    Not remembering output device on reboot

    Thanks for the hard work on this streaming device. It works impeccably, but there's one piece I can't figure out. Every time I reboot it the audio device defaults to blank and I have to reset it to "front:CARD=Speaker,DEV=0". I've backed it up to a USB stick and checked that its in the config correctly, but it doesn't seem to reload on boot. Does the usb drive need to be etx3 or ext4 for this to work? Presently its formatted to FAT32. I'm using a Raspberry Pi Model B+ with Logitech USB speakers. Thanks.

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    Is it possible for you to copy paste the content of the " config.cfg file" listed on the "About" page immediately after a reboot and after you have changed your settings.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sbp View Post
    Is it possible for you to copy paste the content of the " config.cfg file" listed on the "About" page immediately after a reboot and after you have changed your settings.
    Rebooted, changed audio output, saved and restarted squeezelite

    Code:
    #########################
    # Edit the variables below to setup a wifi based system without LAN access
    # Change Wifi to "on". Valid options for Encryption are "WEP", "WPA" or "OPEN"
    WIFI="on"
    SSID="Jnj24"
    PASSWORD="********"
    ENCRYPTION="WPA"
    # End Wifi setup
    ##########################
    DEBUG="0"
    MODE="30"
    TEST="0"
    NAME="piCorePlayer"
    OUTPUT="front:CARD=Speaker,DEV=0"
    ALSA_PARAMS="80:4::1:"
    BUFFER_SIZE=""
    _CODEC=""
    XCODEC=""
    PRIORITY=""
    MAX_RATE=""
    UPSAMPLE=""
    MAC_ADDRESS=""
    SERVER_IP=""
    LOGLEVEL=""
    LOGFILE=""
    DSDOUT=""
    VISUALISER=""
    CLOSEOUT=""
    UNMUTE=""
    ALSAVOLUME=""
    OTHER=""
    AUDIO="USB"
    HOST="piCorePlayer"
    TIMEZONE="EST5EDT,M3.2.0,M11.1.0"
    OVERCLOCK="NONE"
    ADVOVERCLOCK="None"
    CMD="Default"
    FIQ="0xF"
    ALSAlevelout="Default"
    ALSAeq="no"
    REBOOT="Disabled"
    RB_H="0"
    RB_WD="*"
    RB_DMONTH="*"
    RESTART="Disabled"
    RS_H="0"
    RS_WD="*"
    RS_DMONTH="*"
    CRON_COMMAND=""
    AUTOSTARTLMS=""
    A_S_LMS="Disabled"
    AUTOSTARTFAV=""
    A_S_FAV="Disabled"
    USER_COMMAND_1=""
    USER_COMMAND_2=""
    USER_COMMAND_3=""
    JIVELITE="no"
    SCREENROTATE="180"
    JL_SCREEN_WIDTH="0"
    JL_SCREEN_HEIGHT="0"
    SHAIRPORT="no"
    LMSERVER="no"
    LMSDATA="default"
    SQLT_VERSION="basic"
    SQUEEZELITE="yes"
    POWER_GPIO=""
    POWER_OUTPUT="L"
    POWER_SCRIPT=""
    IR_LIRC="no"
    IR_GPIO_IN="25"
    IR_GPIO_OUT=""
    IR_DEVICE="lirc0"
    IR_CONFIG=""
    LMSWEBPORT=""
    FSM="Default"
    LMSCONTROLS="yes"
    PLAYERTABS="yes"
    HDMIPOWER="on"
    RPI3INTWIFI="on"
    SAMBA="disabled"
    WOL="no"
    WOL_NIC=""
    WOL_LMSMACADDRESS=""
    SPARAMS1=""
    SPARAMS2=""
    SPARAMS3=""
    SPARAMS4=""
    SPARAMS5=""

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    Quote Originally Posted by sbp View Post
    Is it possible for you to copy paste the content of the " config.cfg file" listed on the "About" page immediately after a reboot and after you have changed your settings.
    Rebooted, changed audio output, saved, and restarted Squeezelite

    Code:
    #########################
    # Edit the variables below to setup a wifi based system without LAN access
    # Change Wifi to "on". Valid options for Encryption are "WEP", "WPA" or "OPEN"
    WIFI="on"
    SSID="Jnj24"
    PASSWORD="********"
    ENCRYPTION="WPA"
    # End Wifi setup
    ##########################
    DEBUG="0"
    MODE="30"
    TEST="0"
    NAME="piCorePlayer"
    OUTPUT="front:CARD=Speaker,DEV=0"
    ALSA_PARAMS="80:4::1:"
    BUFFER_SIZE=""
    _CODEC=""
    XCODEC=""
    PRIORITY=""
    MAX_RATE=""
    UPSAMPLE=""
    MAC_ADDRESS=""
    SERVER_IP=""
    LOGLEVEL=""
    LOGFILE=""
    DSDOUT=""
    VISUALISER=""
    CLOSEOUT=""
    UNMUTE=""
    ALSAVOLUME=""
    OTHER=""
    AUDIO="USB"
    HOST="piCorePlayer"
    TIMEZONE="EST5EDT,M3.2.0,M11.1.0"
    OVERCLOCK="NONE"
    ADVOVERCLOCK="None"
    CMD="Default"
    FIQ="0xF"
    ALSAlevelout="Default"
    ALSAeq="no"
    REBOOT="Disabled"
    RB_H="0"
    RB_WD="*"
    RB_DMONTH="*"
    RESTART="Disabled"
    RS_H="0"
    RS_WD="*"
    RS_DMONTH="*"
    CRON_COMMAND=""
    AUTOSTARTLMS=""
    A_S_LMS="Disabled"
    AUTOSTARTFAV=""
    A_S_FAV="Disabled"
    USER_COMMAND_1=""
    USER_COMMAND_2=""
    USER_COMMAND_3=""
    JIVELITE="no"
    SCREENROTATE="180"
    JL_SCREEN_WIDTH="0"
    JL_SCREEN_HEIGHT="0"
    SHAIRPORT="no"
    LMSERVER="no"
    LMSDATA="default"
    SQLT_VERSION="basic"
    SQUEEZELITE="yes"
    POWER_GPIO=""
    POWER_OUTPUT="L"
    POWER_SCRIPT=""
    IR_LIRC="no"
    IR_GPIO_IN="25"
    IR_GPIO_OUT=""
    IR_DEVICE="lirc0"
    IR_CONFIG=""
    LMSWEBPORT=""
    FSM="Default"
    LMSCONTROLS="yes"
    PLAYERTABS="yes"
    HDMIPOWER="on"
    RPI3INTWIFI="on"
    SAMBA="disabled"
    WOL="no"
    WOL_NIC=""
    WOL_LMSMACADDRESS=""
    SPARAMS1=""
    SPARAMS2=""
    SPARAMS3=""
    SPARAMS4=""
    SPARAMS5=""

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    Quote Originally Posted by sbp View Post
    Is it possible for you to copy paste the content of the " config.cfg file" listed on the "About" page immediately after a reboot and after you have changed your settings.
    OK, I changed it to USB Audio from Analog, noticed an additional device called "iec958:CARD=Speaker,DEV=0" and switched it to that one. It sticks on reboot.

    My mistake.

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    I've noticed that the green light on my Raspberry Pi (Model B) will blink at random times (even when I'm not listening to music)

    Is this normal?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tony T View Post
    I've noticed that the green light on my Raspberry Pi (Model B) will blink at random times (even when I'm not listening to music)
    Renewing DHCP lease, synchronizing time, and a bunch of other regular network activities.
    "To try to judge the real from the false will always be hard. In this fast-growing art of 'high fidelity' the quackery will bear a solid gilt edge that will fool many people" - Paul W Klipsch, 1953

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