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  1. There is the option WiFi in main menu where you must only give SSID and password. Personally I would not use WiFi for audio however...
  2. About WiFi in Audiolinux is very easy with WiFi script in the main menu. It can take less than 1 minute... please be sure that you don't have other wpa supplicant links in /etc/systemd/system/multi-user.target.wants If you have because of previous configurations you must delete them with root editor (main menu) UPnP for MPD is working perfectly. Just tested in the computer that I am using now yesterday. Please check that UPnP is not blocked in the router. For display problems, you must tell me what card are you using. Nvidia and Intel are perfectly compatible with drivers already installed. If you have AMD graphic card you can install amdgpu yaourt -S xf86-video-amdgpu and reboot As a final note, Audiolinux offers a lot more configuration options and possibilities at a fraction of the price of other OS based on the same archlinux framework.
  3. Password is needed only for remote login, otherwise Audiolinux have autologin. Boot time of lxqt version is very fast, few seconds. Did you buy a license? Did you contact support at [email protected]?
  4. 4 GB could work (8 GB to be on the safe side) You can remove the applications that you will not use. For example Roon, if you use only HQPlayer yaourt -S roonserver roonbridge After you can reinstall with yaourt -S roonserver roonbridge The same with hqplayer-embedded if you are running Roon
  5. Hello,
    Hqplayer and licensing system is working very fine with Audiolinux and I am using hqplayer myself without problems.
    It seems that in ramroot mode hqplayer is asking for a new license every time. I have contacted  sygnalist giving all the needed information (also the link to the ramroot script) but the problems was not solved.
    I repeat, Hqplayer will work correctly in normal mode.

    I have many hqplayer customers that have paid for the application (including myself). It is a pity that there was not a solution for this problem, but I don't want to start a flame about his. 
    I don't think this is Audiolinux specific. I guess that if you use something similar to ramroot in Debian or Ubuntu you would have the same problem.

    Best Regards,
    Piero

  6. Here HQPlayer to NAA is working very fine. This is most probably a network configuration problem. You should check that: 1) You have the last version of NAA 2) Your network connection is properly set in audiolinux (both Audiolinux and Jussi NAA image are using the same systemd network) Type networkctl and be sure that all interfaces are up. If you re using DHCP you should have [Network] DHCP=yes in the file /etc/systemd/network/auto.network With this you will have both ipv4 and ipv6 enabled, good if you have selected ipv6 in the hqplayer configuration file. If you have further problems you can contact me directly at [email protected]
  7. I think they should work both ways, but it is early to give a complete answer. What would be very interesting is to use half of the cores for audio, half for general purposes. With NUMA you can divide memory and cores. A sort of "Audiolinux twins"...
  8. If you want only one core isolated , after choosing random, you can edit isolcpus in /boot/loader/entries/audiolinux.conf with your preferred core. For example: isolcpus=7 This will stick after a reboot (random does not mean that will change each time) When using the calculator you must be sure that Hyper-Threading is disabled. For example, if you choose only core 7 (core 8 in the calculator) the cpumask number should be 128
  9. I would try all...: echo 1000 > /proc/sys/vm/stat_interval echo 0 > /sys/bus/workqueue/devices/writeback/numa echo 1 > /sys/bus/workqueue/devices/writeback/cpumask echo -1 > /proc/sys/kernel/sched_rt_runtime_us echo 0 >/sys/devices/system/machinecheck/machinecheck3/check_interval echo 0 > /proc/sys/kernel/watchdog echo 0 > /proc/sys/kernel/nmi_watchdog echo 1500 > /proc/sys/vm/dirty_writeback_centisecs The line echo 1 > /sys/bus/workqueue/devices/writeback/cpumask should be used only in your case (general purpose cpu equivalent to CPU0)
  10. How many physical cores do you have? If you have only 2 this is correct. Isolated cores will disable hyper-threading so if you have core0 and core1 only, if you select all but the first, you should have only the second core (1) isolated. If you have more than 2 physical cores, for example 4, please check the file /boot/loader/entries/audiolinux.conf You should have isolcpus=1-3 in the kernel line
  11. Did you reboot? Configuration is effective only after a reboot.
  12. ...I have sent for error 2 emails, one for lxqt and one for headless. The total special official price for both is 49+25 $ If you want to use both you should pay the extra 25 $ otherwise you should delete one of the images. Thanks.
  13. 3 is for CPU0 and CPU1, if all other cores are isolated (CPU2 CPU3 etc.) If you have all cores less the first (CPU0) isolated, the right value should be 1
  14. You could enable it, if you want, taking out # in front, only if isolated cores enabled: echo 3 > /sys/bus/workqueue/devices/writeback/cpumask In that case you should calculate the mask (now 3 equivalent to CPU and CPU1) with the calculator above for the cores not isolated
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