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Right. quirks.c has been updated in 4.18, so, for example Thesycon etc ... as well as mainline incorporation of ARM chips I'm interested in.

 

But no problem I understand you are developing a release intended for ease of end use -- which is a great thing -- and good for everyone to merge the DSD mods into mainline as well, @Miska is helping with that.


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12 hours ago, tranfa said:

Hello,


I'm new to Snakeoil, but was wondering if the RPi version is still in progress.

 

Ciao!
Tranfa

It's been released.

 

The Pi will track the i686/AMD64 code, but I havn't apply any additional custom tweaks to the Pi just yet because my primary rig is still a PC.

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29 minutes ago, snakeoil.os said:

It's been released.

 

The Pi will track the i686/AMD64 code, but I havn't apply any additional custom tweaks to the Pi just yet because my primary rig is still a PC.

Great!!! where is the image to download and test, Thanks


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@juliocat

You will find the Pi image at "https://www.snakeoil-os.net/forums/Thread-Snakeoil-ISO-1-1-0-Blind-Testing" in the "Downloads" section.

Don't forget to load the firmware to suit, "https://www.snakeoil-os.net/forums/Thread-Snakeoil-Firmware-1-1-2-Blind-Testing-Update-2".

You may need to Register on the Snakeoil site to download the files.

Hope this helps.

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Thanks soundbyte. Juliocat, what soundbyte said.


Sorrry about the need to sign up to download the files bit. That system was set in place a while back as some smart alec decided to initiate a lot of clients to download files all at once - instantly wiping out the hosts monthly quota. Hosting everything on drive is kind of PITA as I couldn't work out a good system to "file" all the stuffs in a meaningful way.

 

At the time registration was a quick fix and I havn't thought about this until now :P. Hopefully in time I can research some solutions to host the files and prevent acts like the above.

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I can verify that the files listed in my previous post work well on my Raspberry Pi 2 Model B Rev 1.1, fitted with a HiFiBerry DAC + Pro .

I spent about half an hour this morning getting it all sorted and playing music.

 

I need to do some more reading to sort out some things I am not sure of.

 

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2 hours ago, soundbyte said:

I can verify that the files listed in my previous post work well on my Raspberry Pi 2 Model B Rev 1.1, fitted with a HiFiBerry DAC + Pro .

I spent about half an hour this morning getting it all sorted and playing music.

 

I need to do some more reading to sort out some things I am not sure of.

 

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Interesting, thanks.  I like Snakeoil a lot.  Will the RPi image work with the Digi+ coax hat?

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40 minutes ago, zackthedog said:

Will the RPi image work with the Digi+ coax hat?

I have not tried it, I can, I have a Digi-B +, would take me a couple of hours, listening to to Snakeoil now 😀, but I would expect it would as Snakeoil identified and used the DAC + Pro straight out of the box.

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13 minutes ago, soundbyte said:

I have not tried it, I can, I have a Digi-B +, would take me a couple of hours, listening to to Snakeoil now 😀, but I would expect it would as Snakeoil identified and used the DAC + Pro straight out of the box.

 

I'll try it and see!

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