How to auto-start Squeezelite when power-on your USB DAC #If you have an USB DAC (or an amplifier with integrated DAC) correctly configured in pCP (by setting in squeezelite settings: USB AUDIO as audio output device and hw:CARD=xxx into output setting section - where xxx is the Linux device name of your DAC which you can see by expanding the same output section - ) you can get the problem described below.
The RemotePi boards offers a shutdown button and infrared for connecting a remote (when running pCP as an LMS server, doing a proper shutdown is recommended). The shutdown button is also operated by the remote so you can turn the RPi on either with the button or using the remote. To install on pCP requires some custom scripts to be installed. Please note that to install on top of a DAC you might need to change the pin for the remote.
In this little How To I will describe what is necessary to use the Fan and the Power button of the Argon One Case for the Raspberry Pi 4B together with a piCorePlayer (7.x) installation. Info I assume that the Raspberry Pi 4B is installed inside the case and piCorePlayer (7.x) is installed. Also you know the IP address or the name of this RPi. Step 1 - ssh into RPi For the first step we need to login to the RPi via ssh—see Access piCoreplayer via ssh .
This page shows various recipes for using the official touchscreen and SmartiPi cases from SmartiCase to make a really great looking player. There are 3 different players shown here and the various options and tradeoffs are discussed along with shopping lists. My goal is simple, to build a player that I do not have to apologise for. SmartiPi Touch Pro with RPi3B+ and Justboom DigiHat #This player uses the latest model, the Touch Pro.
A MSDOS batch file for Windows 10 to create a basic wpa_supplicant.conf configuration file and/or a netusb file on the PCP_BOOT partition of your SD card. Warning Advanced users only. Use at your own risk! I create a lot of piCorePlayer images on SD cards and needed a method to quickly and consistently add a minimal wpa_supplicant.conf configuration file to a freshly created SD card. After years of thinking about it, I decided it was time to create a batch file to quickly create this configuration file.
A MSDOS batch file for Windows 10 to mirror copy LMS music library from one USB disk to another. Warning Advanced users only. Using mirror copy programs in the wrong direction can quickly delete files. Use at your own risk! I use three NTFS formatted USB drives for my LMS music library. I required a method of ensuring each drive was an exact mirror copy. Windows 10 has robocopy which is a great program for creating and maintaining mirror copies.