pCP Team 14 August 2020 pCP 6.1.0
pCP 3.11 is a small bug fix version with the following improvements. Changes Added Workgroup field to Samba Setup. Added Additional gateway and DNS options to Static IP setup for wired Ethernet. Updated HDMI configuration to work with Shairport-sync. Added [HotFix] button to the [Main Page] to make the next hotfix easier. (See below) For current users, we are trying a different way of deploying small little hotfixes.
Hi, the pCP Team are proud to announce the release of a new piCorePlayer 3.10. Because of the many changes, improvements, bug fixes and additions, we decided to jump directly from version 3.02 to 3.10. Actually, we have released two versions: piCorePlayer 3.10 which is a normal version like all previous pCP releases. The kernel and modules are vanilla versions from the official Raspberry Pi and piCore (Tinycore) repo. piCorePlayer 3.
Sorry for the long wait before we could release a fixed version—please try the new version piCorePlayer 3.02. Changes Shairport-sync issue - fixed. Several extensions updated. HiFiBerryDAC+ Pro supported. Kernel updated to 4.4.20. filesystem extension available again. rpi-vc extension available again. New web page to control adding/removing extensions (using “Advanced mode” and selecting “Extensions”). And a lot of smaller and larger improvements. The pCP Team Paul, Greg, Ralphy and Steen
Hi we have been working hard on fixing the issues that surfaced with pCP 3.00—please try the new version piCorePlayer 3.01. Changes Shairport-sync not working with HiFiBerryDACs - fixed. Problem with User Commands on Tweaks page - fixed. LIRC killed the HiFiBerryDAC - fixed. Wrong LOCO DAC string - fixed. Problem with RPi3B on-board firmware not loading - fixed. LIRC - long pause required on SB remote - fixed. Buffer string restriction in squeezelite - fixed.
Note If you have used pCP 3.00 before this date, please start from fresh again with a new download of pCP 3.00. Download Please try the new version piCorePlayer 3.00. We had some nasty bugs which now are fixed. Changes HiFiBerryDACs are now working. Buffer settings are now working. User commands are now working. IMPORTANT We have problems doing insitu updates from previous versions to the current pCP 3.
Please try the new version piCorePlayer 3.00. Changes Kernel updated to 4.4.15. Using openSSH instead of dropbear as ssh server. Added infrared (IR) remote control of Jivelite (LIRC support from the [Tweaks] page). Numerous bug fixes. Improved appearance. Added option to wake on LAN (WOL) of LMS server to [Tweaks] page. Support for new I2S DACs. Lots of internal improvements. The pCP Team Paul, Greg, Ralphy and Steen
Download Please try the new version piCorePlayer 2.06. This is a bug-fix version. A major part of the underlying code has been rewritten, but the appearance have not changed much. Changes piCore updated - where the libstdc++ exception bug is fixed. Improved ALSA settings on the Squeezelite page. Fixed the issue when trying to move LMS cache to attached Fat based USB disk. Improved the update process further. Numerous small bug-fixes.
Download Please try the new version piCorePlayer 2.05. The pCP Team is happy to release this new version, with special focus on LMS integration and managing attached USB-disk. Changes Added a [LMS update] button, so it is very easy to update LMS to the most recent nightly version. Added options to mount hard disks. Added options to move the cache and preferences to mounted drive - otherwise piCorePlayer would be using your SD card, but it might be safer to use a mounted disk.
Please try the new version piCorePlayer 2.04 Changes Support for RPi3B. Supports the onboard Wifi on RPi3B. No need for external USB Wifi dongle any longer (on RPi3B). Update kernel to 4.1.20. Updated piCore to 7.1 beta3. Improved LMS/pCP control tabs. A new tweak for problematic USB DACs - might help if USB DAC looses connection after prolonged use. The pCP Team Paul, Greg, Ralphy and Steen
Download Please try the new version piCorePlayer 2.03 Great news. Paul from the TinyCore and Logitech forums has joined the pCP Team. Thanks to him, Logitech Media Server (LMS) can now be installed and run on your piCorePlayer. This means that pCP now can be used as: Standalone pCP player (as usual). Standalone LMS server - it is very easy to setup a LMS server on your Raspberry Pi (RPi1 or RPi2).
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