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Posted by: vv329 - 09-Jan-2019, 11:36 AM - Forum: Support & Troubleshooting - Replies (2)
  • Hi Kith, 
    First of all, Happy New Year and wish you and the team have an excellent start in 2019!

    Quick question, does Snakeoil installation support "forcepae" option? I have a notebook with Pentium M CPU, works OK with Lubuntu 18 with forcepae but cannot get it work with Snakeoil, any tricks to make it work?

    Many thanks


Posted by: Royville - 06-Jan-2019, 12:12 AM - Forum: Support & Troubleshooting - Replies (3)
  • Hi all,

    I became interested in trying this music player after getting frustrated with Volumio.
    I've managed to download and install the snakeoil onto to my NUC, but when I try to create a mount point for my Ethernet connected synology NAS it says "You need to activate this software to add more than one mount". It already has a mounted partition /dev/sda1/ in the Music Library - Mounted Partitions section. This is the ssd fitted in my NUC which the snakeoil is installed to, so i assume this has to be there.
    But how can I try out the software? all my music is stored on my NAS.

    Am I missing somthing here? - I'm afraid I dont have much experience in the digital music arena so please forgive any glareing mistakes or ommissions on my part.

    Hoping you can help

    (06-Jan-2019, 12:12 AM) Royville Wrote: Hi all,

    So sorry, Please disregard all the above, I've managed to sort it all out now - and (I have to say) it was all my fault.
    I just needed to be patient, read and think!

    I'm listening to music now and I must say finding it very plesent.
    Kindest regards to you all

Posted by: agent_kith - 17-Dec-2018, 12:20 PM - Forum: Feature Requests - Replies (3)
  • OK. Hit a roadblock while trying to get the latest release of MPD working. MPD 0.21.x now requires a whole new development platform - this means 16.04 LTS can no longer cut it and Snakeoil has to move to 18.04 LTS.

    There are obviously ways to work around this, but due to the rapid pace of software development, we need to provide a means for the users to easily migrate, So the focus of Gear Isolation is now going to do that. Plus some new additions I'm planning for.

    As I'm still running this website entirely on user donations, budget is an on-going issue and I am forever trying ways to minimise the space I'm gonna use. So the way forward will be so:

    new features designed for 1.2.0 will be available as activated features in 1.1.x.
    This change makes it easy to maintain the codebase - meaning I only have to work on one branch instead of two, and that means I've only be releasing one set of firmware (instead of 2). A new ISO for 1.1.x will also be released based on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS, and hopefully that will address the UEFI issues some of you are experiencing.

    So, let's get on with business. What new features do you want to see in 1.2.x? Please post here and I'd start building a list.

Posted by: micindev - 17-Dec-2018, 08:29 AM - Forum: Feature Requests - Replies (2)
  • Hi! 

    Not sure if it's even possible, but is there a possibility to do something similar what sonore did with sonoreUPNP bridge?

    Right now it works within LMS thanks to philippe44's plugin, but when player is connected to LMS, roon won't see it.

    I think it could be a killer feature for anyone with older upnp dac like MF m1clic, or dlna speakers around house. 

    Thanks in advance 

Posted by: micindev - 07-Dec-2018, 10:26 AM - Forum: Hardware - Replies (5)
  • Thinking about getting new mobo, since my old d2700dc having problems with sata and found this interesting piece of gemini lake SoC - Looks like it's powerful enough to run smoothly roon core (I really would like to test it out). Should expect any compatibility issues with latest snakeoil build?

    Thanks in advance, 

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