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"Next X86" development (Kernel/ Hardware/ Debian stretch)

Postby martinp » Fri Nov 02 2018 11:57

Im using latest dev build version 2.394 and i have random small pops in music playback (is better with upsampling enabled to 762k) , DSD playback using DOP is horrible, big dropouts . TOP shows only 10 percent of CPU usage usage by playback, no problem with processing power. I have mini PC with Atom X4, stable version of Volumio is OK but without my wifi card (realtek 8723bs) support. Where is the problem? I know there is the dev stage but do you have change mpd version?
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Postby gkkpch » Fri Nov 02 2018 13:30

@martinp: I'm sorry, there is no (more) support for dev versions based on Debian jessie, I made that clear in the opening post.
These DEV versions were built to test new hardware and sw support, nothing more.
Reports like yours are still welcome but please understand I cannot do anything with them at the moment.
Support will be offered as soon as beta's are released, then we will also look into your DAC issues.
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"Next X86" development (Kernel/ Hardware/ Debian stretch)

Postby profd » Sat Jan 05 2019 10:09

Lattepanda 2/32 work fine on version 2.394.
Bott from emmc , sd card work as storage.
Use usb DAC.
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Postby profd » Sun Jan 06 2019 07:58

When the new betta version will appear ?
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Postby gkkpch » Sun Jan 06 2019 17:31

very soon, the work is nearly done. It needs some thorough testing before we can release it as beta.
So, hopefully by the end of the month, but don't take that as a guarantee!
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Postby Robert.Hecht » Mon Jan 07 2019 11:39

looking forward to testing the new image! ;)
audio ergo sum : x86 =(HDMI)=> NAD C510 => Trends Audio TA-10.2 => Dali Zensor 1 + Sub E-9 F
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Postby swinokur » Sun Jan 20 2019 03:29

I've got an Intel NUC sitting here, ready for testing!

It is a NUC7i5BNH https://ark.intel.com/products/95067/Intel-NUC-Kit-NUC7i5BNH
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Postby gkkpch » Sun Jan 20 2019 16:34

OK, here is an alpha version to play with:
volumio-2.529-2019-01-14-x86

It is alpha because I have a request regarding the use of internal and external drives.
This version does not automount these drives yet (for indexing any music present).
I would like you to help us by testing this feature, to enable the automount handler, edit /volumio/.env and change NODE_MOUNT_HANDLER from 'false' to 'true'

Any feedback from this alpha version, especially the automount, is very very welcome!
This is the last step before a first beta can be released.
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Postby redshift » Thu Jan 24 2019 11:38

I download volumio-2.529-2019-01-14-x86. hmm... it takes 4 ~ 5 hours to complete.

Anyway, my h/w are NUC6i5SYK and Questyle CMA400i(USB DAC)
( https://ark.intel.com/products/89188/In ... -NUC6i5SYK )

I flashed volumio image to USB memory and booting from it and works well.

ethernet and wifi driver works well! and music plays normally(MP3, FLAC, DSD, I need more time to test DSD file)

hmm...I don't know exactly what should be test ^^;

Thanks for new x86 volumio version.
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Postby profd » Thu Jan 24 2019 19:05

I check it on lattepanda .
No wifi module rtl8723bs on previous version it work fine.
SD card not detect via df -h.
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