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  1. Weird. So every time I reboot on kernel 5.2.0 I have to manually reactivate Ethernet using up link set up enp2s0. That is very strange. @hifi25nl
  2. Never mind. Just had to do a manual activation of the Ethernet. Strangely it was set to off.
  3. Has anyone updated to the 5.2.0rt1 bfq kernel? I’ve done this twice and it kills my Ethernet port... no lights on Ethernet and I lose network connection after update. @hifi25nl any thoughts?
  4. @luisma Thanks for your suggestions. I will try this! I also updated the AL menu and all other components as well as the kernel. HQP still not seeing NAA reliably at all. Yeang
  5. Yes, what I meant was the update was successful. But it did not help the NAA connection problem
  6. @luisma the only blacklist i have in /etc/modprobe.d is blacklist snd_hda_intel I will try rebooting with this commented out.
  7. tried updating to newest kernel, no luck. @luisma here's the output you requested: [[email protected] ~]# networkctl IDX LINK TYPE OPERATIONAL SETUP 1 lo loopback carrier unmanaged 2 eno1 ether routable configured 2 links listed. [[email protected] ~]# ip addr show 1: lo: <LOOPBACK,UP,LOWER_UP> mtu 65536 qdisc noqueue state UNKNOWN group default qlen 1000 link/loopback 00:00:00:00:00:00 brd 00:00:00:00:00:00 inet 127.0.0.1/8 scope host lo valid_lft forever preferred_lft forever inet6 ::1/128 scope host valid_lft forever preferred_lft forever 2: eno1: <BROADCAST,MULTICAST,UP,LOWER_UP> mtu 1500 qdisc fq_codel state UP group default qlen 1000 link/ether 54:b2:03:14:f7:14 brd ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff inet 192.168.1.20/24 brd 192.168.1.255 scope global dynamic eno1 valid_lft 5012sec preferred_lft 5012sec inet6 fe80::56b2:3ff:fe14:f714/64 scope link valid_lft forever preferred_lft forever
  8. Will do, thanks @luisma. Right now running Jussi's NAA image but will swap over soon.
  9. True, but Piero had OK'd 4GB of ram for headless Roonbridge with Ramroot... this could be an issue with NAA i guess. @hifi25nl Piero, do you know if 4GB ram is enough for NAA, with ramroot, using AL headless?
  10. Could well be the blacklisting. @luisma @AnotherSpin @hifi25nl thanks so much for the tips. I'll go back to a vanilla install and see if it works. How much RAM do you guys have on the NAA machine? I have only 4GB, wonder if enough for NAA (it is enough for roonbridge for sure). I use HQP desktop 3.25 not the embedded version. @luisma I had a multihomed setup for a while, Miska yelled at me for that. It was too much trouble so i quit using that and went back to waiting for EtherRegen lol.
  11. @hifi25nl Piero, Wondering if you could help with this. I've been enjoying Audiolinux on my NUC7i7DNBE greatly, and have been using Roon Bridge which always connects without any issues, 100% reliable. I used to love using HQplayer before I moved to Audiolinux. With audiolinux, switching to the NAA service, I keep getting dropped connections with my HQplayer computer which is connected to the same Brocade ICX6650 switch. It takes a while before the HQPlayer desktop program can recognize the AL NAA. I assumed this was a problem with HQP, so I posted in the HQP forum, and Jussi suggested using his NAA image to boot. Using that, it's 100% reliable with the same exact hardware, so I think in my case it is some Audiolinux setting which is off. Any suggestions? I have 4GB RAM on my NUC which should be enough for NAA. Not sure why the connection is so flaky. Thanks! Yeang
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    HQ Player

    I'm pretty excited for this too. I've been running a Threadripper 1950X which was the first machine I owned which could do DSD512 with the xtr- non2s filters. Now with this EC stuff that's another level...
  13. seatrope

    HQ Player

    Jussi, Thanks so much for recommending the NAA image. Is your NAA image different from HQPlayer OS? Is there a guide somewhere that I can refer to for basic things like what the login password is, what options I can set/optimize, how to load everything in RAM etc? I have the vanilla image running and it seems to have fixed the issue with the Audiolinux NAA dropping constantly. Will let it run overnight and see.
  14. seatrope

    HQ Player

    @Miska Need a bit of help Jussi. I'm still on the latest maint. release of HQP3 (need to test before I spring for HQP4). My NAA endpoint is a NUC7i7DNBE running Audiolinux, with the NAA service. HQP3 Desktop is running on a i7-7700k machine. These are connected through a Brocade ICX-6650 enterprise switch (I got this for 10G support for my other machines, but both NAA and HQP3 machines are on 1G Ethernet connections). Roon works great, very solid reliable connection. But when I try to connect HQP3 desktop to the Audiolinux NAA it is very flaky - I have to keep opening the settings before eventually the endpoint shows my Amanero card. Even after the connection is made, after a few minutes of playing the connection to the NAA shuts down and music stops. When I go back to HQP settings, there is again no audio device found. Is this a multicast issue on the switch? Will you build in an option for a static route to the NAA endpoint so we can just enter an IP and be done instead of dealing with these autodiscovery protocols? I'd really like to upgrade to HQP4 but given the troubles I've been having with NAA connectivity I would like to see this solved first... I did try the HQP4 trial, same thing. Yeang
  15. @luisma If you have not heard, the most recent new Amanero firmware release, 2006be10, appears to have fixed all outstanding noise, glitches and pops with DSD and switching formats. It does DSD512 on Linux pretty much perfectly now. I’ve been running it for 2 weeks straight. I was hesitant to say anything given the prior issues with his firmware updates but this appears to be the real deal!
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