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    piCorePlayer 8.0.0 - Busybox error

    Hi

    After installing piCorePlayer 8.0.0 and change the "Audio output device settings" to USB, on boot process the screen blinks several times and I get a error message in the "BusyBox v1.33.0" startup.

    " Failed to find ... Done (42)."

    I attach a copy of pcp_boot.log

    I think this is not normal and I dont know how this afect the performance and the features of pCP.

    In the 7 version I dont have this error.

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    Is this an insitu update or fresh install ?

    Is the usb device atatched (and powered on, if required) during the install ?

    What usb device is it ?

    Also which raspberry pi ?

    thanks

    ronnie

    edit 32 or 64 bit version ?
    Last edited by Man in a van; 2021-07-16 at 07:38.

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    Hi Ronnie

    Its a fresh install. I tried both 32 and 64 bits.

    I use first a Asus Xonar U7 USB Soundcard (power supplied by the USB port)

    I tried also a Pioneer N50A, powered on before boot.

    In both the error is the same.

    My raspberry Pi is a 4 with 4gB ram.

    The sound in both dacs seems OK.

    Thanks

    Fernando

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    Quote Originally Posted by FMatos View Post
    Hi Ronnie

    Its a fresh install. I tried both 32 and 64 bits.

    I use first a Asus Xonar U7 USB Soundcard (power supplied by the USB port)

    I tried also a Pioneer N50A, powered on before boot.

    In both the error is the same.

    My raspberry Pi is a 4 with 4gB ram.

    The sound in both dacs seems OK.

    Thanks

    Fernando
    Ah, so are you saying both dacs work but you are concerned only about the message

    ronnie
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    I've never seen that error.

    When you change the Audio device to USB, are you also selecting the correct output as the popup box requests? Perhaps you have popups disabled in your browser?
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    Yes, Ronnie

    Both dacs working ok. But I am concerned about the message and seeing the screen blinking 40 times before the error appears and the boot process continues it's boring.

    Hi Paul

    I dont see any pop up after selecting USB, i am gone see if there any problem with my browser (Edge Windows 10)

    Thank You both.

    Fernando

    PS: The only pop up that appears is to confirm the "Audio Output Device" before reboot.
    Last edited by FMatos; 2021-07-16 at 10:38.

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    Yes, but what string did you use in the audio output device? This I where you tell pCP which audio card you want to use.
    If you don't add anything pCP don't know what it should use, and it might produce the error you have.
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    Bingo SBP

    I miss that. I think that if leave all fields in they default state it worked ok.

    I tried "hw:CARD=U7,DEV=0" and the error disappeared

    In the V7 this didn't happen to me.

    Thank you all.

    Fernando

    piCorePlayer is the best audio player for Raspberry PI !!!!

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    There was a problem with pCP prior to pCP8 when using USB cards. We didn't know the card name so we were getting errors similar to the one you reported.

    So now, we are using the "Output setting" to determine the card name if using USB.

    Thanks for your report, I'll add it to my TODO list.
    Last edited by Greg Erskine; 2021-07-16 at 13:54.

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    Ok

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