Roon Core Machine
Win10 64bit amd ryzen 5600x, 16gb ram
running Roon v1.8 build 936
Networking Gear & Setup Details
new (2022) Asus routers in AIMesh mode, works fine across both ethernet and wifi (no LAN/WAN issues, etc.)
Connected Audio Devices
RPi3 w/ Inno-Maker DAC HAT (RCA out), DietPi and RoPieee
RPi3 w/ Allo DigiOne Signature (SPIDF out), DietPi and RoPieee
RPi4 (no HAT - USB out only), DietPi and RoPieee (Roon Settings->Audio does not recognize!)
Number of Tracks in Library
20,000 tracks in library
Description of Issue
The two RPi3’s I’ve had for some time which were running older DietPi OSs.
Today I flashed a current RoPieee image onto a RPi4 (no HAT).
All 3 bridges show up in Roon Settings->About. This is good!!
But the new RPi4 bridge will not show up in Roon Settings->Audio. This is bad!!
I tried replacing RoPieee OS with a current version of DietPi, as I am experienced with that OS, but no luck - the new RPi4 bridge continues to show up in the “About” window but not in the “Audio” window.
I also “upgraded” the two RPi3s with new RoPiee OS, and they are still functioning nicely with Roon.
I’ve ruled out LAN issues. Roon 936 seems to be having trouble allowing newly recognized bridges to be “enabled” in the Audio window, but it works fine with bridges that have already been identified prior to recent software updates.
Please help, thanks!