Upgraded Spotify account to Premium Family now broken

Without changing a thing on my Volumio install or hardware I simply upgraded my Spotify Premium to Spotify Premium Family. Now I can’t get the Spotify plugin to work anymore. It connects and shows Active, but search results do nothing, won’t let me see my playlists or anything. I tried doing factory reset, reinstalling plugin, nothing works. Is this a known issue with a fix? So far my search hasn’t turned up an answer.

Thanks,
David

Did you upgraded and added a facebook login?
Could you please paste here the result of

sudo journalctl -f

just after the system starts?

Sorry but I’m a complete noob and never did anything outside of Volumio UI. Just what is the process for logging into the OS to run that command?

mediatemple.net/community/produ … our-server

User and password is: volumio

PS: On which Volumio version are you?

Thanks. We are on Volumio 2.031.

Here is what I got:
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/\ /\ \ / __\\ \ \ /\ \/\ \ /' __ __\/\ \ / __
\ \ _/ |/\ \L\ \
\ _\ \ _\ /\ /\ /\ \ \ /\ \L\
\ _
/ \ _//_\ _/\ _\ _\ _\ _\ _/
// // // // /////////___/

         Free Audiophile Linux Music Player - Version 2.0

      C 2015 Michelangelo Guarise - Volumio Team - Volumio.org

Volumio Debian GNU/Linux comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY, to the extent
permitted by applicable law.
volumio@volumio:~$ sudo journalctl -f
– Logs begin at Mon 2016-12-05 16:25:19 UTC. –
Dec 05 16:27:34 volumio systemd[1117]: Starting Default.
Dec 05 16:27:34 volumio systemd[1117]: Reached target Default.
Dec 05 16:27:34 volumio systemd[1117]: Startup finished in 2.943s.
Dec 05 16:27:34 volumio systemd[1]: Started User Manager for UID 1000.
Dec 05 16:27:34 volumio sshd[1112]: lastlog_openseek: Couldn’t stat /var/log/las tlog: No such file or directory
Dec 05 16:27:34 volumio sshd[1112]: lastlog_openseek: Couldn’t stat /var/log/las tlog: No such file or directory
Dec 05 16:27:40 volumio volumio[1046]: 2016-12-05 16:27:40 [SPTF] 16:27:40.876 E [ap:4210] ChannelError(1, 1, playlist)
Dec 05 16:27:40 volumio volumio[1046]: 2016-12-05 16:27:40 [SPTF] 16:27:40.927 E [ap:4210] ChannelError(2, 0, playlist)
Dec 05 16:27:48 volumio sudo[1130]: volumio : TTY=pts/0 ; PWD=/home/volumio ; US ER=root ; COMMAND=/bin/journalctl -f
Dec 05 16:27:48 volumio sudo[1130]: pam_unix(sudo:session): session opened for u ser root by volumio(uid=0)
Dec 05 16:27:51 volumio volumio[1046]: 2016-12-05 16:27:51 [SPTF] 16:27:51.191 E [ap:4210] ChannelError(0, 1, playlist)
Dec 05 16:27:59 volumio dhcpd[952]: DHCPDISCOVER from b8:27:eb:55:96:99 (volumio ) via wlan0
Dec 05 16:27:59 volumio dhcpd[952]: DHCPOFFER on 192.168.211.6 to b8:27:eb:55:96 :99 (volumio) via wlan0
Dec 05 16:28:11 volumio volumio[1046]: 2016-12-05 16:28:11 [SPTF] 16:28:11.315 E [ap:4210] ChannelError(1, 1, playlist)
Dec 05 16:28:11 volumio volumio[1046]: 2016-12-05 16:28:11 [SPTF] 16:28:11.350 E [ap:4210] ChannelError(0, 1, playlist)
Dec 05 16:28:16 volumio volumio[1046]: 2016-12-05 16:28:16 [SPTF] 16:28:16.472 E [ap:4210] ChannelError(0, 0, playlist)
Dec 05 16:28:41 volumio volumio[1046]: 2016-12-05 16:28:41 [SPTF] 16:28:41.646 E [ap:4210] ChannelError(0, 1, playlist)

Does the above information help?

UPDATE: Well we eventually got it working again. Not sure what the fix was but we upgraded to 2.041 and selected “HifiBerry DAC” as device instead of “HifiBerry Amp”.