My first message is immediately a request for help.
I bought a Raspberry Pi4 8Gb and want to install Volumio on it. What I have done is the following:
First I installed Raspbian via SD card. After that on the same SD card I installed Volumio. It all seemed to be going well. I could play music to my installation via an ifi-nano dac. When I stopped using Volumio and thought I would end up on the Raspberry in the Raspbian environment, but that was not the case. I ended up in a CDM screen where I had to enter a name and password for Volumio. Whatever I entered nothing worked. I couldn’t go back to the Raspbian screen on my R.Pi I can, however, go back to Volumio via the Chrome browser on my PC. After a reboot of the R.Pi I immediately return to that CMD screen where filling in something makes no sense (everything is false password). Now I read somewhere that installing Raspbian first and then Volumio on the same card is not the intention ??? Incomprehensible and perhaps misunderstood.
Although Volumio works, there are two other problems that have arisen.
- When I select Albums in Volumio, I will see them but they cannot be played. If I choose Artists then the covers are no longer correct (Volumio then selects images itself) but I can play music.
- Since the day before yesterday, after an hour of playing and the music suddenly stops, I get the following warning: alsa ”alsa device“ hw.5,0. No such file or directory. First it sees the device or drive and then suddenly no longer.
So there are three questions in this post for which I am looking for a solution / explanation.
Maybe these questions have been asked before but I don’t recognize them as such or the answers don’t help me.
Thank you in advance for reading and replying to my message, Bert.