piCorePlayer Releases

pCP Team 10 July 2021 pCP 8.0.0


pCP Team 24 March 2014

piCorePlayer 1.14d is ready… get it from the Download section. Changes # Fixed a bug with dwc_otg.speed - so there was no effect of the tweak. If you had problems with pops and clicks then the tweak would have had no effect. Please try the new version. Squeezelite updated to version 1.16. Fixed Triode’s download link to version 1.6 - so now both Ralphy’s and Triode’s Squeezelite builds are up to date.
pCP Team 22 March 2014

piCorePlayer 1.14a is ready… get it from the Downloads section. Changes # Wifi packages from Tiny Core improved (fixed problem with TP-Link WN725n (Realtek r8188eu firmware)) - thanks to bmarkus from the Tiny Core forum. Fixed that I forgot smsc95xx.turbo_mode=N in cmdline.txt (might improve USB-DAC problems with clicks and pops) Support for a new I2S DAC (Sabre 9023). Thanks to Jean Beauve and Audiophonics for making this possible - (up to 24bit 192kHz) - is playing very nicely on the piCorePlayer.
pCP Team 16 March 2014

piCorePlayer 1.14 is ready… get it from the Downloads section. Changes # Kernel updated to 3.13.6 Wifi packages from microcore improved. Wifi script improved in piCorePlayer. Now a space is allowed in SSID name. The pCP Team Paul, Greg, Ralphy and Steen
pCP Team 9 March 2014

piCorePlayer 1.13 is ready… get it from the Downloads section. Changes # Kernel updated to 3.13.3 piCore updated to 5.2 Support for the new HiFiBerryDigi . So now it supports both the analog HiFiBerryDAC as well as the digital HiFiBerryDigi. The sound quality of piCorePlayer 1.13 and the new HiFiBerryDigi is perfect. I tested it up to 192kHZ Flac. The pCP Team Paul, Greg, Ralphy and Steen
pCP Team 3 March 2014

piCorePlayer 1.12d is ready… get it from the Downloads section. It is the same kernel, but has some bugfixes and some nice additions to the web GUI. Bug fixes # Now use dos2unix on the file newconfig.cfg on the USB stick, so that it can be used as config file for piCorePlayer. (Thanks to Gordon for the suggestion). Now saves the newly copied config file from the USB stick, so that it survives a reboot.
pCP Team 22 February 2014

piCorePlayer 1.12c is ready… get it from the Downloads section. Changes # Fixed a bug about starting WiFi after reboot - just missing a stupid “;” was enough to break the logic in the start script. Sorry. The pCP Team Paul, Greg, Ralphy and Steen
pCP Team 19 February 2014

piCorePlayer 1.12b is ready… get it from the Downloads section. Changes # Fixed a bug about starting HDMI after reboot. The pCP Team Paul, Greg, Ralphy and Steen
pCP Team 18 February 2014

piCorePlayer 1.12a is ready… get it from the Downloads section. Changes # HDMI streaming now once again possible with 192kHz. Various improvements in the web pages (now the radio buttons show your selected output). The start of Wifi, Dropbear and Squeezelite after reboot has been rearranged. A bug in saving the SSID and password for Wifi has been fixed. Kernel updated to 3.12.9 Firmware updated (Should have fixed some HDMI and USB audio problems).
pCP Team 4 February 2014

piCorePlayer 1.11c is ready… get it from the Downloads section. Changes # Fixed the bug with not saving the HOST name after a reboot. Fixed a few other not saving bugs. Fixed a few graphical glitches. Note #piCorePlayer 1.11 is still only able to play up to 48kHz via HDMI - I’m looking into this and hope to fix it soon. The pCP Team Paul, Greg, Ralphy and Steen
pCP Team 3 February 2014

piCorePlayer 1.11b is ready - it is the same as piCorePlayer 1.11 with some bugs have been dealt with… get it from the Downloads section. Changes # Now saves all your changes. Now Squeezelite reliable starts after a reboot. Now the overclocking options are saved and used. All options are used (the codec selection was not used before). The reboot page has been changed, in order to avoid accidental reboot. The pages will refresh when using the “back” button in your browser, so your selected options are shown.
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