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    Quote Originally Posted by Man in a van View Post
    I'm trying beta version 7 on a rpi 3b.



    Works well.

    I have the AUDIOPHONICS I-SABER V3 DAC ES9023 TCXO installed.

    I have configured the power switch but the OS does not seem to recognise the SOC.

    On power up the switch led continues blinking.

    Boot log is here

    Attachment 29042

    ronnie


    I have done the same install with v5.0.1 and everything works without a problem
    Ronnie,

    Sorry, I missed this boot log in your post. The issue is wiringPi. We donĺt use wiring pi anymore on pCP, but you must have added it. did I miss a wiring pi dependency?
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    Quote Originally Posted by paul- View Post
    Ronnie,

    Sorry, I missed this boot log in your post. The issue is wiringPi. We donĺt use wiring pi anymore on pCP, but you must have added it. did I miss a wiring pi dependency?
    Hi Paul

    I only added two extension, lame and the Audiophonics-powerscript.tcz

    ronnie

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    Quote Originally Posted by Man in a van View Post
    Hi Paul

    I only added two extension, lame and the Audiophonics-powerscript.tcz

    ronnie
    You should not need the power script extension. These should manage everything for you......It was desiged for the newer power board that actually can cut power to the rpi, but should work with the simple interface that your card has. But otherwise, I'll check out the powerscript extension, and update it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pputzer View Post
    Have you tried doing it without the script and instead using dtoverlay? You'll have to check if the GPIO pins are the same, but I've had success with these settings and the PI-SPC II board by Audiophonics.
    Quote Originally Posted by paul- View Post
    You should not need the power script extension. These should manage everything for you......It was desiged for the newer power board that actually can cut power to the rpi, but should work with the simple interface that your card has. But otherwise, I'll check out the powerscript extension, and update it.

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    Thanks to both, got there in the end.

    Cheers

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    Yes, Audiophonics flipped the default GPIO some point in time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aldoszx View Post
    Thank you, Paul !

    It would be a nice feature for pCP if you will decide to implement the script to be installed from interface.
    At least for me, pCP will be then the best player.
    It's a philosophy thing. The pCP team does not support closed source projects.
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    Quote Originally Posted by paul- View Post
    It's a philosophy thing. The pCP team does not support closed source projects.
    I understand.
    At least, maybe you could help us to install it manually on final pCP 6.0. version.
    Unfortunately, LMS has some limitation. For example DSD playback.
    On my configuration i can play DSD512 natively via ROON, but not from LMS (Daphile).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Man in a van View Post
    Thanks to both, got there in the end.

    Cheers
    Could you give us a photo of your audiophonics powerboard ?
    I've got one that I never configured for shutdown through GPIO.
    But if my board is anything like yours, and we know what pins we need to connect and configure I can *finally* update my in-between-hat and pull out some pins for this functionality.

    Regards M-H
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    Quote Originally Posted by Man in a van View Post
    Hi Paul, tis this

    Attachment 29047
    Quote Originally Posted by M-H View Post
    Could you give us a photo of your audiophonics powerboard ?
    I've got one that I never configured for shutdown through GPIO.
    But if my board is anything like yours, and we know what pins we need to connect and configure I can *finally* update my in-between-hat and pull out some pins for this functionality.

    Regards M-H
    It's v3

    https://www.audiophonics.fr/en/blog-...pberry-pi.html

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