Working on new Snakeoil release - 1.3.x (Codename Measurements)
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(21-Oct-2023, 11:03 AM)agent_kith Wrote:
(18-Oct-2023, 02:34 PM)hkphantomgtr Wrote: Hey, AK, 

How about adding a convolution filter and it also can support to load and save different filters?  Thanks a lot!  Big Grin
Planning for Measurements.. Will add support for this in a later version1.3.x. Will need you and @Snoopy8  to help me out on this.
This should be straight forward for AK to do.
https://github.com/HEnquist/camilladsp-config
https://github.com/HEnquist/camilladsp/b...nd_alsa.md

Ideally with some config templates like what Moode does, and including catering for various sample rates.
https://github.com/HEnquist/camilladsp/t...pleconfigs
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#32
x86_64 build is done.

Hit a bit of a snag with armv7l builds because I have ran out of Pis... Don't want to decomission the old armv7 build system just yet.

Emulation is out for now as there's no kernel for bookworm. However, it seems I can emulate Ubuntu arm64. D'oh, should have done that in the first place.

So looks like I will need to move some things around (move Ubuntu arm64 build into emulation to free up a Pi) before the next release. Until then I will add some of the missing players.
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OK folks. In a little bit of dilemma here. Turns out Raspberry Bookworm 32 bit is using a 64 bit kernel by default. This means Bookworm Pi is using 64 bit kernel but running 32 bit applications.

That's well and great for users, but that will break a lot of the development stuffs as almost everything still rely on the kernel to determine if the system is 32 bit or 64 bit.

Sure I can reboot Pi and use the 32 bit kernel and build and go on my merry way. But is there a point? I think probably not, at least not now. So I'm going to do a pivot.

Measurements will only support 64 bit OS for now on... Ubuntu 64 bit (for arm and x86_64) and Raspberry Pi 64 bit (for arm). Why? This looks like a better option given my lack of time. Because 64 bit can run 32 bit applications, in the future I may re-introduce support for 32 bit Snakeoil (and you don't need to re-install). This 32 bit will be either through emulation, or via more physical Pis when I can get hold of 'em. (I though I purchased enough Raspberry Pis, why do I still run out of Pis?!)

Edit: Good grief. Have to tweak everything again now I'm building two versions of arm64 (Jammy vs bookworm).. Think I'm gonna walk away for a while and then relook into this later today or tomorrow.. Might as well since I will be going out for an errand in an hours time anyway.
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(28-Oct-2023, 08:28 AM)agent_kith Wrote: OK folks. In a little bit of dilemma here. Turns out Raspberry Bookworm 32 bit is using a 64 bit kernel by default. This means Bookworm Pi is using 64 bit kernel but running 32 bit applications.

That's well and great for users, but that will break a lot of the development stuffs as almost everything still rely on the kernel to determine if the system is 32 bit or 64 bit.

Sure I can reboot Pi and use the 32 bit kernel and build and go on my merry way. But is there a point? I think probably not, at least not now. So I'm going to do a pivot.

Measurements will only support 64 bit OS for now on... Ubuntu 64 bit (for arm and x86_64) and Raspberry Pi 64 bit (for arm). Why? This looks like a better option given my lack of time. Because 64 bit can run 32 bit applications, in the future I may re-introduce support for 32 bit Snakeoil (and you don't need to re-install). This 32 bit will be either through emulation, or via more physical Pis when I can get hold of 'em. (I though I purchased enough Raspberry Pis, why do I still run out of Pis?!)

Edit: Good grief. Have to tweak everything again now I'm building two versions of arm64 (Jammy vs bookworm).. Think I'm gonna walk away for a while and then relook into this later today or tomorrow.. Might as well since I will be going out for an errand in an hours time anyway.

Thanks a lot, AK.  Recently I got a pi4 with TCXO added as Roon endpoint.  I really wish to compare the sound quality between Ropieee with SO as a Roon Endpoint.
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(28-Oct-2023, 11:45 AM)hkphantomgtr Wrote: Thanks a lot, AK.  Recently I got a pi4 with TCXO added as Roon endpoint.  I really wish to compare the sound quality between Ropieee with SO as a Roon Endpoint.
Can you take a picture and post a picture of the Pi? Where did you get that form? Is there a Pi 5 version available?

Just a quick update, been busy at work so hadn't actually logged in much the past week. 64 bit Pi OS support libs are all built, still waiting on building the players, then I need to update the scripts to include the distribution (bookworm and jammy) in the filenames, and the next alpha is good to go.

Not sure when Alpha is going to be ready as I'm still on my day job right now (Sat here is Fri for my colleague). We're focused on delivering the project right now. Over the past 4 days we have removed 2100+ lines of crap from the previous guy. And there's more to go.

I don't know how somebody who only managed to only check in 5000 lines of code in a year can have 2100+ lines of unnecessary crap. 

Honestly a lot of money is wasted just because this fraud joined our team. He's off to a better job now, I think it's time to short the shares of his new company. [Image: Uhuhuh.gif]
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(04-Nov-2023, 08:49 AM)agent_kith Wrote:
(28-Oct-2023, 11:45 AM)hkphantomgtr Wrote: Thanks a lot, AK.  Recently I got a pi4 with TCXO added as Roon endpoint.  I really wish to compare the sound quality between Ropieee with SO as a Roon Endpoint.
Can you take a picture and post a picture of the Pi? Where did you get that form? Is there a Pi 5 version available?

Just a quick update, been busy at work so hadn't actually logged in much the past week. 64 bit Pi OS support libs are all built, still waiting on building the players, then I need to update the scripts to include the distribution (bookworm and jammy) in the filenames, and the next alpha is good to go.

Not sure when Alpha is going to be ready as I'm still on my day job right now (Sat here is Fri for my colleague). We're focused on delivering the project right now. Over the past 4 days we have removed 2100+ lines of crap from the previous guy. And there's more to go.

I don't know how somebody who only managed to only check in 5000 lines of code in a year can have 2100+ lines of unnecessary crap. 

Honestly a lot of money is wasted just because this fraud joined our team. He's off to a better job now, I think it's time to short the shares of his new company. [Image: Uhuhuh.gif]

It's here. 树莓派Raspberry Pi4B HIFIDiGi无损数字播支持DSD64 128 256 512-淘宝网 (taobao.com)

And I believe that, such crap colleagues are all around the world........
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(04-Nov-2023, 08:49 AM)agent_kith Wrote:
(28-Oct-2023, 11:45 AM)hkphantomgtr Wrote: Thanks a lot, AK.  Recently I got a pi4 with TCXO added as Roon endpoint.  I really wish to compare the sound quality between Ropieee with SO as a Roon Endpoint.
Can you take a picture and post a picture of the Pi? Where did you get that form? Is there a Pi 5 version available?

Just a quick update, been busy at work so hadn't actually logged in much the past week. 64 bit Pi OS support libs are all built, still waiting on building the players, then I need to update the scripts to include the distribution (bookworm and jammy) in the filenames, and the next alpha is good to go.

Not sure when Alpha is going to be ready as I'm still on my day job right now (Sat here is Fri for my colleague). We're focused on delivering the project right now. Over the past 4 days we have removed 2100+ lines of crap from the previous guy. And there's more to go.

I don't know how somebody who only managed to only check in 5000 lines of code in a year can have 2100+ lines of unnecessary crap. 

Honestly a lot of money is wasted just because this fraud joined our team. He's off to a better job now, I think it's time to short the shares of his new company. [Image: Uhuhuh.gif]

After listened 1 week, I've added a electrolytic cap and got it a new DC cable from a 7N OCC copper multi-thread XLR cable.  I run 3 threads for each polarity to further reduces the resistance to 1/3 of it.  And also get it some EMI absorber to minimize the stray EMI and internal EMI reflection pollution.

Here are the pics (totally 7pics), it may take some time to load...........

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Raspberry OS's latest release Bookworm is using a new compiler. Took some time but everything's all built now. 

Yet to release this as I've yet to test this out properly. Hopefully I can find some spare hours to test, otherwise the alpha 2 will be available only on the weekend. Also need to go through the Alpha 1 test thread and see if I missed any issues.

Anyway, that' the update for now, gotta go back to work.
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(13-Nov-2023, 08:34 AM)agent_kith Wrote: Raspberry OS's latest release Bookworm is using a new compiler. Took some time but everything's all built now. 

Yet to release this as I've yet to test this out properly. Hopefully I can find some spare hours to test, otherwise the alpha 2 will be available only on the weekend. Also need to go through the Alpha 1 test thread and see if I missed any issues.

Anyway, that' the update for now, gotta go back to work.
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Poor guy, I believe you got a lot stories to tell you kids or grandkids in future about your life Tongue
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(13-Nov-2023, 08:34 AM)agent_kith Wrote: Raspberry OS's latest release Bookworm is using a new compiler. Took some time but everything's all built now. 

Yet to release this as I've yet to test this out properly. Hopefully I can find some spare hours to test, otherwise the alpha 2 will be available only on the weekend. Also need to go through the Alpha 1 test thread and see if I missed any issues.

Anyway, that' the update for now, gotta go back to work.
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Now, am I understanding this right? Raspberry Pi users will have the choice between running Ubuntu LTS and Raspberry Pi OS? Aren't you just making work for yourself? Or are you having problems making some players work on Ubuntu on the Pi... or something?

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