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  1. #11
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    Just in case ... you could check the config.txt file for "DOS" style line endings.
    I would imagine that RPi code can handle multiple formats of line-endings but perhaps not ... so make sure that they are Unix-style.
    One way to do this is to edit the file in Notepad++ and check via Edit/EOL Conversion
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    Quote Originally Posted by bpa View Post
    Putty is a comms application used to communicate and/or transfer files.
    Winscp does much the same but has an editor - not why you used Putty before and after nor where you edited the file.

    I think you need to ask the main HDMI/CEC question (with your results so far) on a PCP dedicated thread ( such as https://forums.slimdevices.com/showt...rePlayer-6-0-0 ) where your question will be seen by the PCP developers as well many PCP users.
    At the moment your topic title doesn't mention PCP and so the thread may not be read by those with PCP expertise.
    I used Putty before and after to mount /mnt/mmcblk0p1 (and thus make the map accessible in WinSCP) and to reboot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by paul- View Post
    I’ve been reading, but this is really not a pCP thing.... it’s the capabilities of the rpi.

    But i do t understand what you are even trying to do. Why is the HDMI cable connected At all?

    Display is the 7” touchscreen and hifiberry is audio.
    Several reasons.
    1. Use the Hifiberry in the study player;
    2. Use an angled hdmi cable preventing it from being visible above the display;
    3. Use a better, closed, case.

    But I think the sound of the hifiberry is better and taking into account the trouble with CEC, I'm inclined to keep it as it is now.
    • Squeezeboxes: 2x Boom (bedroom and spare), 1x piCorePlayer on Pi Model 3B+ with 7" Touchscreen and HiFiBerry Digi+ Pro connected via RCA to Arcam AVR390 (living room and kitchen, replacement for defective Squeezebox Receiver), 1x piCorePlayer on Pi Model 4B connected via mini jack/RCA to Arcam AVR100 (study, ongoing project)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Webster View Post
    Just in case ... you could check the config.txt file for "DOS" style line endings.
    I would imagine that RPi code can handle multiple formats of line-endings but perhaps not ... so make sure that they are Unix-style.
    One way to do this is to edit the file in Notepad++ and check via Edit/EOL Conversion
    Thanks. I checked as you suggested but unfortunately it is already in Unix format.
    • Squeezeboxes: 2x Boom (bedroom and spare), 1x piCorePlayer on Pi Model 3B+ with 7" Touchscreen and HiFiBerry Digi+ Pro connected via RCA to Arcam AVR390 (living room and kitchen, replacement for defective Squeezebox Receiver), 1x piCorePlayer on Pi Model 4B connected via mini jack/RCA to Arcam AVR100 (study, ongoing project)
    • Control: Orange Squeeze
    • Server: LMS 7.9.1 on ReadyNas Ultra 2
    • Library location: ReadyNas Ultra 2

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