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The best way to turn off Allo

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Hi:

I have a headless setup of Allo Signature and wondering what is the best way to turn off the Allo. Both of the cards are being powered through outlets right now rather than battery pack.  My biggest fear is that I might be corrupting the SD card if I don't go through a proper shut down.

 

Thanks,

Ahmed

 

 


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Depends which system you use,

 

Dietpi - I'm using JuiceSSH client to connect to Pi and then run command POWEROFF (this turn off raspberry pi)

 

Volumio - I think has it's build in OFF button in menu

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Be careful when restarting, as the CLEAN power supply for the DigiOne Signature needs to be connected BEFORE the DIRTY power supply for the Pi in order to obtain the best sound quality from the DigiOne Sig Ed.

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