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    Senior Member JJZolx's Avatar
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    Don't even bother with the Windows Control Panel thing. It's always a little buggy and doesn't do anything you can't do with less trouble in other ways. If you want to open the web interface (and do so at the correct port) just create a bookmark in your browser.

    Auto-scanning in 7.6 doesn't work yet under Windows. Make sure you disable it under Settings > Advanced > Automatically detect changes, or it will cause problems.

    MySQL also doesn't work under Windows. MySQL isn't officially supported in 7.6, so who knows if or when this will be fixed.

    UNC paths not working is a known bug.

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    I know...

    Yet, some other things reported are annoying, and they worked before.

    RE: MySQL - why not disable it? Why not to put appropriate defaults for the installation so Squeezebox will work out of the box?

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    Pretty sure SQLite is the default for 7.6.x out of the box.

    Unless it's not a clean install, it which case I believe it'll just use whatever you had configured previously.

    I could be wrong though...

    -mm

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    Senior Member Philip Meyer's Avatar
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    Some bugs I reported

    >Pretty sure SQLite is the default for 7.6.x out of the box.
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    >Unless it's not a clean install, it which case I believe it'll just use
    >whatever you had configured previously.
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    I've tried several times to migrate from 7.5.x to 7.6, and it's not worked. Not sure from memory, but I think it does attempt to switch to SQLite, but doesn't remove any configured username+password, so it doesn't work without further configuration.

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    Senior Member JJZolx's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by michael123 View Post
    I know...

    Yet, some other things reported are annoying, and they worked before.

    RE: MySQL - why not disable it? Why not to put appropriate defaults for the installation so Squeezebox will work out of the box?
    I'm not sure if you realize it, but 7.6.0 is beta software. Early beta software that is unlikely to be released in the next six months. It mostly works, but there are bugs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Philip Meyer View Post
    but doesn't remove any configured username+password, so it doesn't work without further configuration.
    Doesn't make any difference. Username and password aren't used for SQLite, so they're just ignored.

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    Senior Member Philip Meyer's Avatar
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    Some bugs I reported

    >Doesn't make any difference. Username and password aren't used for
    >SQLite, so they're just ignored.
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    WebUI security credentials apparently cause problems with the scanner.

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    Daily builds

    I install every time a new build offered me by the SBS.
    Shall I?

    I see my bugs are there.
    Can I at least see release notes? What's new in every build?

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    Quote Originally Posted by michael123 View Post
    I install every time a new build offered me by the SBS.
    Shall I?

    I see my bugs are there.
    Can I at least see release notes? What's new in every build?
    You could go here and watch each addition to the build(s)

    http://svn.slimdevices.com/

    But its has broken down and stopped function for outsiders, it has always been really slow demanding lot of reloading and double clicking...
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    Loggia: Raspi hifiberry dac + Adams
    Bathroom : Radio (with battery)
    iPad with iPengHD & SqueezePad
    (spares Touch, SB3, reciever ,controller )
    server Intel NUC Esxi VM Linux mint 18 LMS 7.9.2

    http://people.xiph.org/~xiphmont/demo/neil-young.html

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