Roonbridge build 18 updated itself and now Roonbridge is no longer showing up an an endpoint.
Roonbridge is on a Windows 10 box, no firewall etc etc. It was working fine before, event log is full of errors. Restarting it didn’t help. Computer restart didn’t help either. I’m just trying to uninstall and reinstall it from scratch.
@brian it would be great to get some pointers for best practice in updating the Linux/Pi versions of RoonBridge.
Do you simply download the the latest release, run the installer script and it sorts it out for you, including stopping/restarting services etc, or do we need to do anything manually? Or is it automatic via Roon for any that are already installed?
You can see bridges on Settings->About from any control point. If an update is available, you’ll be able to accept it from there. Likewise, if an update becomes available, you’ll get the little blue update popup.
In case you were concerned about this issue, I just clarified the title of this topic–this problem is on Windows only, so no manual intervention should be needed for Linux versions.
Build 19 seems to be behaving. I did have to go back to 13 before it would upgrade through your automatic update system though. It kept reporting an error checking for the update or something along those lines.
@mike - Thank you. Wouldn’t you know today was the day I decided to install RoonBridge on a Windows 10 PC. Spent a few hours trying to figure out why it wasn’t working, then I decided to check here, thanks for the quick fix.
@DrTone - Yes I get the error “There was an error checking for an update” with the current Build 19 as well.
@mike I am going to monitor this some to make sure it isn’t some other issue but with Build 19 I have twice had the RoonBridge Zone disappear, once I resolved by re starting the Windows PC running RoonBridge, the second time by restarting Roon Core running on my Mac Mini.