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  1. macOS has always been a bit tricky with the IPv4+IPv6 dual protocol stack. On HQPlayer I already migrated away from the dual stack mode because it was too much pain on macOS. I'll probably do the same on networkaudiod also, but it'll take some time since it takes quite a bunch of changes.
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    HQ Player

    Keep the limit set set to 44.1k x128 and make sure you have not enabled "Adaptive output rate". You also need to pay attention to which filter you have selected. Not all filters can convert between rate families, so take a look at the table in the manual and only use filters that say "Any" as possible conversion factor.
  3. No, fairly recent news about the topic: https://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=news_item&px=Linux-exFAT-2019-Discussion Another option is to mount a network share (SMB) which was discussed previously here and is now supported by the HQPlayer OS image. I may add also server side in next image release so that sharing the HQPlayer OS side content would be possible. This would allow managing content stored on HQPlayer OS server from the network side.
  4. Start HQPlayer Client on some other computer in the network, there on top left corner drop list appears list of HQPlayer's found on the network. Select the one you want to connect to. Then click the button with three horizontal lines down in the toolbar to display a pop-up window with IP address / name and some other information and settings about the HQPlayer instance. On HQPlayer OS it is auto-mounted on sub-directory of /run/media directory. You can enter location and scan the contents using web interface /library page. Note the storage needs to be either in FAT32 format, or one of the supported Linux file systems like ext4.
  5. Miska

    HQ Player

    That is not so much related sound quality, rather convenience...
  6. Miska

    HQ Player

    This applies only to the shell context where you run it. Not to another terminal window. Here it opens another terminal environment that is independent of the one where you did (1). You can modify what goes into your shell environment as default by modifying for example ".profile" file in your home folder. But don't do it if you are not sure what you are doing, otherwise you may get lot of adverse side effects...
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    HQ Player

    Because it defaults to NETWORKAUDIOD_IPV6=1 which is much better. But for unknown problem cases it can be disabled. If you want to adjust name NAA presents out, you can set it with something like NETWORKAUDIOD_NAME="mynaa" There is not really good reason to run NAA on a monster OS like Windows or macOS, but it works so it is there...
  8. Miska

    HQ Player

    No, changing the file name won't change anything. You need to have that as the command. You can replace the simple "networkaudiod" with full path version. But for future, it is probably simpler to copy the binary to /usr/local/bin since that should be in search path by default. Alternatively you can first do "export NETWORKAUDIOD_IPV6=0" and then start the binary, but the first one sets the value and starts the binary on single command.
  9. Miska

    HQ Player

    If you downloaded networkaudiod-3561.zip it contains just license file and single executable binary. If you want to start it with other settings, you need to open terminal and set some environment variable values before starting the executable. This can be also written as a script.
  10. Miska

    HQ Player

    That looks OK. What I mean are terminal commands to disable IPv6 support. I don't know what kind of NAA script you are using or where it came from, because I'm not distributing any. Are you using networkaudiod version 3.5.6.1?
  11. Miska

    HQ Player

    That goes into category for which there is no simple answer and can be system dependent. You could also ask if Roon is doing something that makes it sound less good?
  12. Miska

    HQ Player

    You can check that you have IPv6 support enabled for the network interface and that it has IPv6 address. Or disable IPv6 support by setting environment variable NETWORKAUDIOD_IPV6=0
  13. At least earlier PD devices have been somewhat similar to the DSC, so I would find it likely that is the case here too...
  14. Problem is more likely related to network infra rather than the app...
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