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Why do I get these error messages ?

 

05/17/2020 07:20:49 - Updating sonicorbiter packages...
Packages for Sonicorbiter 42 kB/s | 48 kB 00:01
Last metadata expiration check: 0:00:01 ago on Sun May 17 07:21:02 2020.
Dependencies resolved.
Nothing to do.
Complete!
05/17/2020 07:21:05 - Updating process 1 of 3 complete...
05/17/2020 07:21:51 - Updating process 2 of 3 complete...
05/17/2020 07:21:51 - Updating OS packages...
Last metadata expiration check: 0:00:38 ago on Sun May 17 07:21:20 2020.
Dependencies resolved.
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Package Arch Version Repository Size
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Upgrading:
RoonReady armv7hl 1.1.38-1.fc30 sonicorbiter 530 k
networkaudiod armv7hl 4.1.1-1.fc30 sonicorbiter 266 k
Installing dependencies:
kernel armv7hl 5.2.17-205.sgc.fc30 sonicorbiterrendu 17 k
kernel-core armv7hl 5.2.17-205.sgc.fc30 sonicorbiterrendu 29 M
kernel-modules armv7hl 5.2.17-205.sgc.fc30 sonicorbiterrendu 20 M

Transaction Summary
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Install 3 Packages
Upgrade 2 Packages

Total download size: 49 M
Downloading Packages:
(1/5): kernel-5.2.17-205.sgc.fc30.armv7hl.rpm 42 kB/s | 17 kB 00:00
(2/5): RoonReady-1.1.38-1.fc30.armv7hl.rpm 92 kB/s | 530 kB 00:05
(3/5): networkaudiod-4.1.1-1.fc30.armv7hl.rpm 75 kB/s | 266 kB 00:03
(4/5): kernel-modules-5.2.17-205.sgc.fc30.armv7 55 kB/s | 20 MB 06:01
[MIRROR] kernel-core-5.2.17-205.sgc.fc30.armv7hl.rpm: Downloading successful, but checksum doesn't match. Calculated: 83786508bcfcb260fff4e98b83bcc6db386ee6dc1c197101bf00ffbf810b3772(sha256) Expected: 8417639b8833abb03a2b4d2f346a677e7ddaeab2c9b7334dae4ed7d0760f2379(sha256)
(5/5): kernel-core-5.2.17-205.sgc.fc30.armv7hl. 28 kB/s | 29 MB 17:23
[Errno 2] No such file or directory: '/var/cache/dnf/download_lock.pid'
The downloaded packages were saved in cache until the next successful transaction.
You can remove cached packages by executing 'dnf clean packages'.
05/17/2020 07:39:23 - Error: dnf update failed. Check error messages and try to fix the problem.

 

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I get the same error message trying to update my microRendu. 

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11 hours ago, Blake said:

 

I did all of the above, however, the LED light has not yet turned to green.  It has been about 30 minutes since I powered the UR on with the LPS charger, but the color of the LED is not changing.

 

What color is it...red or orange?

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8 hours ago, vortecjr said:

What color is it...red or orange?

 

Orange

 

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4 minutes ago, vortecjr said:

This means the unit is booting up.  

 

Problem is, it has been orange for almost 24 hours.

 

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I have to go run an errand but I will look when I get back.  

 

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15 hours ago, vortecjr said:

If you look in the router is it listed in the DHCP list?

 

I am not sure I know how to do this.  I use a MacBook Pro.  

 

My network setup:

 

Xfinity Router > ethernet cable > Apple Airport Extreme > wireless > Apple Airport Express > ethernet cable to audio system.

 

I use my MacBook Pro to access sonicorbiter.  I opened the Airport Utility and see: Internet (connected), my Airport Extreme and my Airport Express, all have green lights indicating they are working and connected.  Clicking on each device in the Airport Utility, I don't see any DHCP list.  Obviously I am missing something here, but I have never had to look up a DHCP list.

 

 

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@vortecjr:  No need at the moment to respond to my DHCP look up question above since @Mike Rubin pm'ed me with instructions on how to do this.  I will get back to you later on your question.

 

Thanks for your help.

 

 

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My 2.8 SD card was supposed to have shipped on Apri 21, but I still have not received it. I emailed Andrew last week, but received no response. I email Jesus but haven't heard back either. Does anyone else know if there was a problem in shipping the cards?

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2 hours ago, Ultrarunner said:

My 2.8 SD card was supposed to have shipped on Apri 21, but I still have not received it. I emailed Andrew last week, but received no response. I email Jesus but haven't heard back either. Does anyone else know if there was a problem in shipping the cards?

I got mine in three days to Atlanta area. There have been reported problems to destinations outside the USA.

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On 5/17/2020 at 1:09 PM, asdf1000 said:

 

Yours arrived in Sydney yet?

Well, hasn’t got to me in Vic yet.

Does USPS tracking provide the Sydney arrival info? That USPS tracking # still hasn’t moved on from the ‘processed at Jamaica NY’, April 10.

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4 hours ago, Blake said:

@vortecjr:  No need at the moment to respond to my DHCP look up question above since @Mike Rubin pm'ed me with instructions on how to do this.  I will get back to you later on your question.

 

Thanks for your help.

 

 

Okay

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4 hours ago, Ultrarunner said:

My 2.8 SD card was supposed to have shipped on Apri 21, but I still have not received it. I emailed Andrew last week, but received no response. I email Jesus but haven't heard back either. Does anyone else know if there was a problem in shipping the cards?

Sorry...not sure what happen:)

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2 hours ago, jamesg11 said:

Well, hasn’t got to me in Vic yet.

Does USPS tracking provide the Sydney arrival info? That USPS tracking # still hasn’t moved on from the ‘processed at Jamaica NY’, April 10.

 

Yes, international arrivals generally  land in Sydney first and you’ll see that in the tracking, like a bloke shared above. It’ll show Sydney before it reaches you.

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On 5/17/2020 at 7:04 PM, vortecjr said:

If you look in the router is it listed in the DHCP list?

 My UltraRendu is not listed.  And the light is still orange after rebooting.  Also, my UR is no longer being detected by sonicorbiter.

 

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Did you by chance try connecting your laptop to the Ethernet cable coming off the Airport Express to see if you have internet access?

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16 hours ago, Blake said:

 

I am not sure I know how to do this.  I use a MacBook Pro.  

 

My network setup:

 

Xfinity Router > ethernet cable > Apple Airport Extreme > wireless > Apple Airport Express > ethernet cable to audio system.

 

I use my MacBook Pro to access sonicorbiter.  I opened the Airport Utility and see: Internet (connected), my Airport Extreme and my Airport Express, all have green lights indicating they are working and connected.  Clicking on each device in the Airport Utility, I don't see any DHCP list.  Obviously I am missing something here, but I have never had to look up a DHCP list.

 

 

Connect the Rendu directly to the router and power down the Apple AirPort Extreme. What ever you use to connect to the internet should connect wirelessly to the router during this test. 

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11 hours ago, vortecjr said:

Connect the Rendu directly to the router and power down the Apple AirPort Extreme. What ever you use to connect to the internet should connect wirelessly to the router during this test. 

 

Ok, that worked.  My UltraRendu was detected, I clicked the "manage" button and everything seems to be working perfectly, including the App Switcher.

 

 

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I am only getting static/white noise when I play through Sonicorbiter 2.8 using Squeezelite.

 

This has been tested when uRendu is wired to Asus Router. I can access the GUI fine. I have disabling DSD/DOP, but that doesn’t help. 

 

I use a Burson Conductor V2+ with an XMOS USB board. It all worked fine with 2.6 and 2.7. 

 

I have tried rebooting the uRendu and DAC. All appears fine through the Sonicorbiter interface, iPeng and Daphile’s interface. Tracks play... but only static comes through (stops as soon as I pause playback). 

 

Any ideas?

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