Hi Harry and happy new year.
I still have the problem that if i install with my RPi screen on, the Ropieee zone does not show up in Roon.
If I install without the screen everything works normally and the RPi shows up i Roon as expected.
I have tried with the latest 20201212 and with the beta 20201217 version of Ropieee but the results is the same.
Up until december everything worked fine with screen on and everyting. After an update - in think to 3.015 - when the screen is on the zone doesn’t work anymore.
My Rpi is 2b version 1.1.
the log unique identifier is 242f0bff2a49e4d7
Yes you were right I hadn’t paired the extention for this install. It is now paired.
The result of having the display/remote control on and paired is that the Ropiee bridge cannot connect and doesn’t show up as a zone, and the display shows “Zone Not Found”.
If I pull the power for the screen the Ropieee bridge comes up as a zone.
While booting with display the screen “Ropieee is ready” is displayed shortly before the “Zone Not Found” screen.
I have rebooted the server and the problem persists
Just for testing i tried to pull the power to the display while everything was powered on. Emidiately after i pulled the power (the RPI was still powered on and booted) the Ropiee bridge zone appeared in Roon and could start playing music on the Ropieee
So today when i turned the Ropieee on to listen to music i did not work. The zone doesn’t appear i Roon and the display shows “Zone not found”.
Initial when it boots the dislay shows the “Ropieee is ready” screen. After that the “zone not found” screen.
The feedback is b1ae4fe73f5d2a2b
Since only 3 posts in a row is allowed this is an edited post from jan 3. 2021
I think it’s time you ask the Roon team for help. For some reason RoonBridge fails to connect to the server (connection refused) and it is totally unclear for me why this is happening and how this could be related to the screen.
The only thing that could be causing issues is power supply. I do see a ‘under voltage’ report, but it happens only a few times. Normally this is harmless, but in these case I suggest you do a test with a bigger power supply.
Thank you very much for your persistence and patience.
I am aware of the undervoltage. It is because my noiseless power supply is just delivering 5.0 volt which is 0.1volt under the undervoltage limit of the Rpi. It is a 5 amp supply so there is plenty of power for the Rpi.
@dylan how to solve this matter. Shall I send the logs from the roon server (RoonServer-log.txt) or?