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    PiCorePlayer - disable WiFi

    Having tried running my PiCorePlayer/LMS system on WiFi I wanted to switch back to a wired connection. Simply turning WiFi off has left it non-working. Can I go into the config files and reset it that way?
    Ian

    Library: Netgear NAS Duo
    Main System: RPi2 / iQAudio DAC+ / PiCorePlayer with LMS
    Second System: RPiZero / iQAudio DAC Zero / PiCorePlayer
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    Senior Member paul-'s Avatar
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    Turning off wifi, then rebooting is all you should need to do.

    You might need to elaborate as to if anything works or only some things.
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    No, the system was effectively dead. I switched off WiFi, switched off, removed the WiFi adaptor, plugged the ethernet cable in but there was nothing showing on network scanner. I had it set up for static ip addresses and wonder whether this might be significant.
    Ian

    Library: Netgear NAS Duo
    Main System: RPi2 / iQAudio DAC+ / PiCorePlayer with LMS
    Second System: RPiZero / iQAudio DAC Zero / PiCorePlayer
    PC: Squeezelite-X

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    Quote Originally Posted by IanHaynes View Post
    No, the system was effectively dead. I switched off WiFi, switched off, removed the WiFi adaptor, plugged the ethernet cable in but there was nothing showing on network scanner. I had it set up for static ip addresses and wonder whether this might be significant.
    Yes, that sounds like a recipe for trouble. Can you hook up a monitor to see what is being shown on the console?
    piCorePlayer a small player for the Raspberry Pi in RAM.
    Homepage: https://www.picoreplayer.org

    Please donate if you like the piCorePlayer

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    Quote Originally Posted by paul- View Post
    Yes, that sounds like a recipe for trouble. Can you hook up a monitor to see what is being shown on the console?
    I took a simple way out and rebuilt the system from scratch. My original reason for using a fixed ip address was that I couldn't get the mapping of ip and MAC addresses to work on my router. Having tried again it has worked, so I must have done something wrong originally....

    Your help appreciated, thanks.
    Ian

    Library: Netgear NAS Duo
    Main System: RPi2 / iQAudio DAC+ / PiCorePlayer with LMS
    Second System: RPiZero / iQAudio DAC Zero / PiCorePlayer
    PC: Squeezelite-X

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