I’ve put together a media server system comprising a silent case, i7 processor, 16GB RAM and a 250GB M2 drive. I’ve installed ROCK onto the drive, but when booting up, I’m getting the following:
OS: Roon OS 1.0 (build 157 stable)
Searching for network address. . .
If this persists, please check your network connection.
I know that the network and the cable I’m using is fine.
How can I get around this problem so that I can go onto the next stage of setup?
Many thanks for your help.
What is the server motherboard?
It’s an Asus ROG Strix B370-I.
Right, the Ethernet driver isn’t available. Rock was designed for NUCs, the latest generation of Intel Ethernet drivers aren’t part of the package. Your fastest option is a USB Ethernet adapter known to work.
As Henry says Rock is supported on certain NUC models only. Just install the Linux distro of your choice and then Roon server.
Having the same problem here with the Intel BOXNUC8i5BEK1 Bean Canyon NUC. I was just going to give this a quick try before putting Windows 10 Pro on it for my wife. Too bad that the latest NUCs are not supported. Perhaps someday.