by buzzny » Fri Jun 06 2014 18:37
SiB wrote:Ok here is my image https://www.dropbox.com/s/7yx2ecf00dkndsl/volumio1.3_with_wolfson.zip you need a 4Gb card
*****update***** apparently dropbox have suspended this link because it was generating too much traffic!!!
I'll post it on Google later unless anyone has a better idea**********
Now also available on Mega (I hope
https://mega.co.nz/#!KxhFTJza!L5XYBkyJh ... Ky6W_S4wBc
As the name implies its a volumio 1.3 with the wolfson drivers compiled into the kernel, ive left all the make files and the old kernel in place
I've run the wolfson script to output to headphone socket and the SPDIF (I think I did that before I took the .img) anyway the scripts are in the volumio dir to switch on what you need.
it should come straight up and be able to play radio, I've not had much luck configuring the NAS through the web ui (it hangs) so I just edit fstab as I need it. I think it works but if you get it wrong and get an error its had it!
There is also a BBC.sh which adds the BBC stations to the radio but does not continue to work across re-boot (its a BBC thing!) just re-run it, got the script off the web somewhere so sorry but cant credit the 'smarter than me guy' that wrote it....sorry.
BTW this image also works on a Pi without the Wolfson but you have to force the audio through the PI headphone socket (or HDMI) using raspi-config
by tyres2 » Fri Jun 06 2014 22:51
by SiB » Sat Jun 07 2014 11:38
by tyres2 » Sat Jun 07 2014 13:55
SiB wrote:I just checked and the green one is Line-out I didn't enable that one as I tested it with the headphone out and use the SPDIF so you need to run Playback_to_lineout.sh which is also in /home/pi SiB
by wickerrobot » Sun Jun 08 2014 19:46
by tyres2 » Mon Jun 09 2014 16:17
by Saulty » Tue Jun 10 2014 04:48
by maestroji » Tue Jun 10 2014 07:41
by tyres2 » Tue Jun 10 2014 10:41
Saulty wrote:Got it working and the scripts work great. You can even play with the default volume.
Question, where are the scripts initially being run from during startup? I'd like to add the additional script for line_out in the same place. I didn't see anywhere in the /etc/init.d directory that they were being launched.
by wickerrobot » Thu Jun 12 2014 17:04