ROCK on an intel NUC
Access via Mac desktop 10.15.7, iPad Pro and iPhone 10.
Networking Gear & Setup Details
Connected Audio Devices
Pi endpoints running Ropieee.
Number of Tracks in Library
Description of Issue
The last update I was prompted by Roon to install yesterday from the Mac has left me unable to open any of the Roon apps either on the Mac or iOS. It seems to be something to do with the connection to the ROCK server on the Intel NUC.
I can see and use the library on the nuc via ARC but on startup all of the front ends (Mac & iOS) to Roon crash.
I have tried re booting and reinstalling everything on the front ends with no joy.
I have tried turning the NUC off and then the roon app starts but as soon as it looks for the NUC it crashes.
Does anyone have an idea what my next steps are as I am fed up with listening to my library on my phone?
I’m just another user but I have seen some others on the forum with similar issues since this update, can you all check to see if all your remotes i.e phone, tablets, computers and core have been updated to the latest release?
Can you advise how we can check what version we are running if the remotes will not open the app? I personally have re installed the app on the IOS and Mac desktop remotes but can see no way of checking what version it is or whether it is in fact the latest
That require you to, from the instructions “open roon on any device” which is where the problem starts. We are all in the position that we cannot open roon on ANY device ! So therefore cannot access the settings pages.
What I can do is access and use the core using ARC which shows what version of ARC is being used. So it is not the case that the core is not working.
I sure can and you are most definitely not a twit!
You will need to find the IP address of your NUC Core that runs ROCK or failing that you can type this into Safari’s search bar http://rock.local.
Hopefully it should then load and look similar to the one I posted above. If your RoonServer build is already up to date, then I think you will have to wait until Roon support chime in on this thread or try re-installing Roon OS from the web page.
Trevor, I don’t think this issue has anything to do with your ROCK/NUC - there are reports elsewhere in the forum that this is like more to do with security updates recently released by Apple for iOS and MacOS. The Support team are aware and investigating.