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  1. Is this is the same cable they use for your old favourite, their Supra USB Cable?
  2. Em2016

    HQPlayer Linux Desktop and HQplayer embedded

    Ok thanks. I was having problems with HQPe but it's all good now, so I don't need to worry about HQPe logs. HQPe with Mac NAA is working fine now. Now I need to focus why LattePanda NAA is playing up. After 5 minutes or so when I look at my router's connected devices, 'naa' does show up. But HQPe doesn't see the NAA and the DAC it's connected to.
  3. Em2016

    HQPlayer Linux Desktop and HQplayer embedded

    Ok putting the LattePanda aside for the moment. Just using HQPe with NAA on Mac, the only way I get to see the list of 'Network Audio backend' devices is first switching backend to ALSA. Then I'm able to see the network audio backend devices and select. Then everything works. Is this a bug or how it's supposed to be?
  4. Em2016

    HQPlayer Linux Desktop and HQplayer embedded

    Which BIOS could be buggy? The Latte Panda or Mac Air running NAA? Or the HQPe server?
  5. Em2016

    HQPlayer Linux Desktop and HQplayer embedded

    But as I mentioned above, "When I go here, it keeps taking me back to the config page: http://192.168.1.46/log"
  6. Em2016

    HQPlayer Linux Desktop and HQplayer embedded

    I even tried NAA for Mac and I get the attached. It seems to see the DAC and then disconnects This is the HQPe version I am running: https://www.signalyst.eu/bins/hqplayerd/images/hqplayer-embedded-4.1.0-x64.7z This is the Mac NAA version I am running: https://www.signalyst.eu/bins/naa/mac/networkaudiod-352.zip How do I access /tmp/hqplayerd.log so that I can email it to you? When I go here, it keeps taking me back to the config page: http://192.168.1.46/log Thanks!
  7. Em2016

    HQPlayer Linux Desktop and HQplayer embedded

    Help @Miska I installed your x64 NAA image to USB for my LattePanda. But HQPe is unable to see the NAA (connected to Pro-Ject S2 DAC). Attached are screenshots: Final screen on the NAA:
  8. Em2016

    HQPlayer Linux Desktop and HQplayer embedded

    Hi @Miska I've just installed you full OS bootable image of HQPlayer Embedded. What's the username and password for adjusting HQPe settings? Edit: found instructions here: https://www.signalyst.com/embedded-install.html
  9. Similar (but not the same) to DSD512:
  10. Em2016

    HQPlayer Linux Desktop and HQplayer embedded

    Ok I missed this. That's these linux-headers .deb files found here? https://www.sonarnerd.net/src/xenial/
  11. Em2016

    HQPlayer Linux Desktop and HQplayer embedded

    Just to clarify @Miska linux-image-4.14.26-jl+_6_amd64.deb : is your custom low latency kernel, if I have Ubuntu Server 16.04 already installed and allows for CUDA support. Do I still need to install libgmpris etc, or does this custom kernel install everything needed on Ubuntu Server? and hqplayer-embedded-4.1.0-x64.7z : is the full bootable OS, no CUDA support, no need to have Ubuntu Server 16.04 pre-installed ?
  12. Em2016

    HQPlayer Linux Desktop and HQplayer embedded

    Thanks! I may try the full bootable image first and see if I can get away without CUDA (i7-7700HQ).
  13. Em2016

    HQPlayer Linux Desktop and HQplayer embedded

    This is the low latency image right? And A pre-requisite is you still need to have Ubuntu 16.04 installed? I was going to use this but didn’t see anything about CUDA not being supported. I do have a CUDA compatible GPU. @Miska can you clarify the steps for a CUDA supported install of HQP Embedded? Cheers !
  14. support@qobuz.com Only one way to find out ! They will reply. Hopefully in a caring fashion.
  15. Em2016

    HQPlayer Linux Desktop and HQplayer embedded

    Thanks for all the info above. What does this mean "for the rest of the dependencies"? Is there a list of dependencies I need to get, for HQP Embedded to work at it's best. So far I'm aware of this (from your install guide): 1. libgmpris 2. hqplayerd 3. linux-image-4.14.26-jl+_6_amd64.deb Or are dependencies different to packages? If so, is there a list somewhere that I can refer to Or does "sudo apt install -f" sort that out fully?
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