Hi guys, we are sorry for the late announcement - but pCP 3.20 has been released.
- 4.9.21 kernel.
- RPi firmware - 2017/03/31.
- config.txt changes to increase usable memory on RPi2/3 by 16M.
- config.txt changes to decrease videocore memory usage.
- RPi Zero-W Support.
- Allo Boss and Piano-Plus Support.
- Changed 8192cu driver (same version that OSMC uses).
- 8812au driver included.
- Squeezelite updated to v1.86-945.
- ffmpeg updated to 3.17.
- wiringpi shared libraries included by default. (Used to be static linked to squeezelite).
- flac updated to 1.3.2.
- utf8 support for fat32 partitions.
- New card configuration system, will help with speed on squeezelite page. Also allows us to add more specific card information.
- Set –nomysqueezebox option from web interface.
- Default LMS install is 7.9.0 released version.
- Great updates to pCP jivelite pacakge. Made possible by mherger.
- pCP Help web site—see https://www.picoreplayer.org.
- This is still a work in progress, where we can easily create web pages with HOWTO’s and other information. If you have something you would like included, creates a simple web page and let us know.
- And last but not least, corrections to the insitu update process.
- Reloading the reboot page should no longer reboot your pCP device again.
- You can now do an insitu update and change from pcpCore to pcpAudioCore, and vise versa.
For the adventuresome 3.11 users reading this, if you do a hotfix (Near the bottom of the Main Page in Beta Mode), this will install a small fix that, that will allow you to do an insitu update to 3.20. By my tests, if you are using a 3.11 image, when you install 3.20, you should have about 180k of disk space left on the boot partition. 99% Full. In my mind this is a bit risky, but I suppose if your card is not easily pulled, give this a try. Worse case you have to pull your card and reflash.
The released versions can be downloaded here.
The pCP Team
Paul, Greg, Ralphy and Steen
Older versions of piCorePlayer may not be compatible with the newer versions of the Raspberry Pi. You need to review the Release notes to determine when the support for your particular Raspberry Pi was added. It is safer to use the latest version of piCorePlayer as it will be compatible with the latest version of the Raspberry Pi.