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"Next X86" dev (Kernel/ Hardware/ Debian stretch/buster)

Postby gkkpch » Fri Mar 22 2019 10:09

Fidelity089 wrote:VOLUMIO x86 (volumio-2.565-2019-03-12-x86.img) is extremly slow on ASRock J3455

Hi everybody,

finally I managed to install Volumio X86 on my system - but it is e x t r e m l y slow :-(
The GUI acts very slow and music is stuttering.

Volumio is installed on a SSD locally, all BIOS power settings up to FULL, connected with LAN.

Volumio needs up to 4 minutes to fully boot up :-(


Thats my system:

Motherboard: ASRock J3455-ITX
Processor: CPU Intel Celeron/Pentium 4x 2,24GHz
Cache-Speicher: 2 MB
RAM: 8 GB DDR3
Graphics-Controller: Intel HD Graphics 500
Audio Codec: Realtek ALC892
Compatibility: High-Definition-Audio, Premium Blu-ray-Audiounterstützung
LAN Controller: Realtek RTL8111GR
HDMI 2.0
no WLAN / WIFI

any help is appreciated
Thx you


This topic is about volumio for stretch/ buster, your image is the current one with jessie.
I suggest to open a topic in the help section and please include a log (see Volumio documentation/ User Manual / Sending logs for troubleshooting).
There are zillions of different x86 configurations out there, without a log we have no clue where to start looking.
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"Next X86" dev (Kernel/ Hardware/ Debian stretch/buster)

Postby Fidelity089 » Fri Mar 22 2019 11:50

gkkpch wrote:
Fidelity089 wrote:VOLUMIO x86 (volumio-2.565-2019-03-12-x86.img) is extremly slow on ASRock J3455

Hi everybody,

any help is appreciated
Thx you


This topic is about volumio for stretch/ buster, your image is the current one with jessie.
I suggest to open a topic in the help section and please include a log (see Volumio documentation/ User Manual / Sending logs for troubleshooting).
There are zillions of different x86 configurations out there, without a log we have no clue where to start looking.
Hellseher gibt's hier nicht :mrgreen:


Wenn ich mal gleich das richtige Image hergenommen hätte, ich Dussel! ;-)

OK - thank you - I hope volumio/2.394 will be restored or avaiable back soon, so I can test it
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Postby Fidelity089 » Fri Mar 22 2019 13:51

gkkpch wrote:
martinp wrote:Link in first post is DEAD !!

Yes, the link is OK, but the file disappeared, weird....
I will check this.



Yes - pls make the file avaiable again, soon! :-) Would love to have it for my system running again with Volumio :-)
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Postby gkkpch » Fri Mar 22 2019 18:36

Old images have been deleted as we normally should not need such a large build history.
An exception is the latest X86 dev version, which is still used by users to verify operation on newer hardware.
Therefore we will put version 2.394 back to where it should be, so the download link from the OP is still valid.
Downloading should be available again within the next few hours.

Please excuse us for the inconvenience.
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Postby Fidelity089 » Sat Mar 23 2019 14:52

Success!! :D

First, I want to thank Volumio Team and Forum member Robert having provided the working image for my system.

volumio-2.529-2019-01-14-x86 works absolutly great!

My system is a Streacom FC5 case, ASRock J3455, 8GB RAM, SSD and Pico 90W PSU - powered by a ASUS Xonar Essence II PCIe DAC Soundcard.

I am very happy with Volumio X86 music-server..

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Thanks again
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Postby gkkpch » Sat Mar 23 2019 22:02

Thanks @Fidelity089 for your welcome feedback on top of @Robert's ASRock experience.
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Postby Xaudiojunkie » Sun Mar 31 2019 20:26

Hello gkkpch,

I need a little help here. I have a NUC 7i7DHNE and it's one of the latest version of x86 hardware architecture. specifically: Intel® Core™ i7-8650U Processor (8M Cache, up to 4.20 GHz)

I was curious to know if you have a version that is supported and will run on this processor?

I tried to load the current x86 version but it gives me the following failed message: see attached.

any help is appreciated.

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Postby Xaudiojunkie » Sun Mar 31 2019 20:28

I forgot to add that it does load but is not functional. no networking and it will not install to disk/ssd.
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Postby gkkpch » Tue Apr 02 2019 23:15

You will also have to revert to the first post in this topic, please let me know.
I have a very recent Intel NUC 7 series, but with an i3, which works fine.
Architecture and components should be the same, but don't take my word for it.
Try the dev image and you will know.
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Postby Xaudiojunkie » Thu Apr 04 2019 00:43

Yes, the i3 and i5 work but the i7 and later, which I have does not. I suspect your efforts to support the newest Intel/ AMD hardware will address this issue and I would like to try. I'm happy to be help with your development effort by being a text bed for your latest build that may address the i7 incompatibility. Let me know how to do this and I will participate.

Oh, and I'll be happy to buy you a beer...

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