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33 minutes ago, dankan73 said:

Hi

I tryed to set downclock but I receve this message "Governor | Unknown"

I use gentoo 2.13 x86 64bit on atom processor

Stefano

I'm sorry, but I don't quite understand what you did, where and how you see:  "Governor | Unknown"

 

if you mean in cpu-info

is a script designed more for Rpi, on x86 not always correct information.

cat /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu*/cpufreq/scaling_governor

cat /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu*/cpufreq/scaling_available_governors

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2 hours ago, antonellocaroli said:

I'm sorry, but I don't quite understand what you did, where and how you see:  "Governor | Unknown"

 

if you mean in cpu-info

is a script designed more for Rpi, on x86 not always correct information.

cat /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu*/cpufreq/scaling_governor

cat /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu*/cpufreq/scaling_available_governors

Sorry, yes I meant cpu-info 

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13 hours ago, antonellocaroli said:

Are you sure?

did you give the home command to update the screen?

Yes, see 

Screenshot_2020-06-14_22-27-10.png

The current time is 22:26, the GenTooPlayer time is 15:37. 

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On 6/14/2020 at 8:33 AM, antonellocaroli said:

Are you sure?

did you give the home command to update the screen?

Yet, it's about 2:50 PM and GenTooPlayer reports:

GentooPlayer   | 05:36 | lun 15/06/2020 

 

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1 hour ago, nbpf said:

Yet, it's about 2:50 PM and GenTooPlayer reports:

GentooPlayer   | 05:36 | lun 15/06/2020 

 

when the 2.15 comes out, try it directly with that, but with a new image.

I don't know if other users have the same problem with version 2.14.

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2 hours ago, antonellocaroli said:

when the 2.15 comes out, try it directly with that, but with a new image.

I don't know if other users have the same problem with version 2.14.

OK, is it possible to save my settings in 2.14 and reload them in 2.15?

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Hello,

 

My System is AudioLinux Roon Server (Intel i3 Pc/8gb ram/M2 Hdd - Local Files + Tidal) >>> Allo Usb Signature (Salas L-adaptor LPS)  GP with Roon Bridge Only >>> SMSL Su-8 Dac.

I am using GP for 3 days and very satisfied!!

What Profile do you recomend for this System??

Does enable RamSystem improov sound???

Any other help is welcome!!!

Thanks

Antonio

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59 minutes ago, Jan.ho said:

Is there any plan on adding BruteFIR ? 

you can use LMS > C-3PO and enter the command 

fir namefile.fir      (is gapless, use sox)

 

or

install brutefir 

emerge media-sound/brutefir 
and in LMS> C-3PO
brutfir namefile.fir  (not Gapless)

 

 

the first option is better

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Thanks you for the fast response! 

I already tried the 2nd version prior to my question, but I could not make it further than this...

GentooPlayerRpi4-64 ~ # emerge --ask brutefir

 * IMPORTANT: 3 news items need reading for repository 'gentoo'.
 * Use eselect news read to view new items.


These are the packages that would be merged, in order:

Calculating dependencies... done!

!!! All ebuilds that could satisfy "brutefir" have been masked.
!!! One of the following masked packages is required to complete your request:
- media-sound/brutefir-1.0k-r2::gentoo (masked by: missing keyword)

 

 

I haven't tried the first option yet. I'm using the bubbleUPnPServer, will I need make some changes if not using LMS ?

 

Thank you!

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2 minutes ago, Jan.ho said:

 

GentooPlayerRpi4-64 ~ # emerge --ask brutefir

 * IMPORTANT: 3 news items need reading for repository 'gentoo'.
 * Use eselect news read to view new items.


These are the packages that would be merged, in order:

Calculating dependencies... done!

!!! All ebuilds that could satisfy "brutefir" have been masked.
!!! One of the following masked packages is required to complete your request:
- media-sound/brutefir-1.0k-r2::gentoo (masked by: missing keyword)

 

echo "media-sound/brutefir **" >> /etc/portage/package.accept_keywords/my_key

emerge --ask brutefir

 

I know how it works in LMS but I don't know how it works in bubble.

 

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I tried to install / setup it the ordinary way so:

 

like you said:

echo "media-sound/brutefir **" >> /etc/portage/package.accept_keywords/my_key

emerge --ask brutefir

 

that took some time but no big error.

To actually use bruteFIR I created a sound card:

 

modprobe snd-aloop

aplay - L shows the aloe soundcard, no problem.

 

Next step would be to execute this on every start. But I can't see through with these aliases.

 

Then one has to tell ALSA, that aloop is the default sound card. Well, thats difficult to do since you did a good job with implementing the easy sound card switching option. So. I'm petty much stuck here...

 

I would then I created a bruteFIR config file to tell that input is aloop, output is my real output.

 

 

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Hi @antonellocaroli,

Great software. Congratulations!

I use it for Allo Usb signature/Roon bridge.

Now I want to install in a x86 PC, (Roon server - 10gb lib).

Can I flash a ssd drive from windows, then unplug the windows drive , and boot from the new gp ssd drive?

 

Thanks

Antonio

 

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5 hours ago, altsouza said:

Hi @antonellocaroli,

Great software. Congratulations!

I use it for Allo Usb signature/Roon bridge.

Now I want to install in a x86 PC, (Roon server - 10gb lib).

Can I flash a ssd drive from windows, then unplug the windows drive , and boot from the new gp ssd drive?

 

Thanks

Antonio

 

if you have a sata > usb adaptor  you can do it through etcher, otherwise you have to use a live linux...

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10 hours ago, Jan.ho said:

I tried to install / setup it the ordinary way so:

 

like you said:

echo "media-sound/brutefir **" >> /etc/portage/package.accept_keywords/my_key

emerge --ask brutefir

 

that took some time but no big error.

To actually use bruteFIR I created a sound card:

 

modprobe snd-aloop

aplay - L shows the aloe soundcard, no problem.

 

Next step would be to execute this on every start. But I can't see through with these aliases.

 

Then one has to tell ALSA, that aloop is the default sound card. Well, thats difficult to do since you did a good job with implementing the easy sound card switching option. So. I'm petty much stuck here...

 

I would then I created a bruteFIR config file to tell that input is aloop, output is my real output.

 

 

See if this can help you:

 

https://community.roonlabs.com/t/guide-high-quality-room-correction-with-raspberry-pi-roon/15306

 

 

Quote

Next step would be to execute this on every start. But I can't see through with these aliases.

 

nano /etc/local.d/asoundloop.start

 

you put in:

 

#!/bin/sh

modprobe snd-aloop

chmod +x /etc/local.d/asoundloop.start

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3 minutes ago, Jan.ho said:


thanks. That’s where I started. But they are using Debian not arch Linux. so there is no /etc/modules and no etc/asound.conf that I can edit. 

i have edit post.

gentoo not archlinux.

asound.conf, you can create it

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5 hours ago, antonellocaroli said:

if you have a sata > usb adaptor  you can do it through etcher, otherwise you have to use a live linux...

Hi @antonellocaroli

My mobo has 2 Sata.

So I understand I can flash a ssd from windows. Am I correct?

Then use this ssd as main gp drive. Correct?

In this case I don't need to use any usb stick.

Thanks

Antonio

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Well, I came this far now. Is this problem possibly to the fact that I'm trying to do this on a RaspberryPi? 😃

 

GentooPlayerRpi4-64 ~ # brutefir /home/brutefir/brutefir_config

BruteFIR v1.0k (March 2009)                                   (c) Anders Torger

Internal resolution is 64 bit floating point.
Creating 4 FFTW plans of size 8192...finished.
Loading 2 coefficient sets...finished.
Failed to find module "alsa". None of the following files existed:
  "./alsa.bfio"
  "/usr/local/lib/brutefir/alsa.bfio"
  "/usr/local/lib/alsa.bfio"
  "/usr/lib/brutefir/alsa.bfio"
  "/usr/lib/alsa.bfio"

 

 

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1 hour ago, Jan.ho said:

Well, I came this far now. Is this problem possibly to the fact that I'm trying to do this on a RaspberryPi? 😃

 

GentooPlayerRpi4-64 ~ # brutefir /home/brutefir/brutefir_config

BruteFIR v1.0k (March 2009)                                   (c) Anders Torger

Internal resolution is 64 bit floating point.
Creating 4 FFTW plans of size 8192...finished.
Loading 2 coefficient sets...finished.
Failed to find module "alsa". None of the following files existed:
  "./alsa.bfio"
  "/usr/local/lib/brutefir/alsa.bfio"
  "/usr/local/lib/alsa.bfio"
  "/usr/lib/brutefir/alsa.bfio"
  "/usr/lib/alsa.bfio"

 

 

Try

find / -name alsa.bfio

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Hi @antonellocaroli

1. I flashed both usb stick and Ssd, both are booting. (X86 xfce)

2.  both are GUI. 
3. I will resize the ssd, booting from the stick With Gparted.

4. I don’t see WiFi config in the desktop.

5. Also, I don’t see the gp menu like I see in the pi version (very newbie question)

Any help is welcome 

thanks

Antônio 
 

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