I am a new ROON user and post all my research and community updates that I have reviewed, I have successfully loaded ROON CORE On a dedicated Macbook Pro that has literally nothing else running on it and I have reformatted it to just be available for ROON. Now I understand people that run headless have no option to click on ROON icons when the core machine is ON. So why is it that in the case of a MacBook Pro, I need to turn on ROON every time, I reboot the system? I understand that when the MBP goes to sleep, it has the tendency to turn off the core but as soon as I turn it back up, shouldn’t the core automatically turn on. Why do I need to go into the ROON app and turn it on? Can someone guide me or am I doing something wrong?
Is this expected that I will have to click on the ROON app every time I wake up the MBP from sleep? I know people are concerned about how to shut down the lid when the machine is ON and I understand that’s to do with energy saver etc. but I don’t necessarily care if the screen lid is up provided the core doesn’t shut off on it own and I have reopened ROON app for it to get started and recognized as a core to my other remote systems.
Appreciate your guidance, please.