These are an incoherent set of problems, so the next thing that I would check is your power supply. Please measure the supply voltage on the GPIO pins of the Raspberry Pi - it should be between 5.0 and 5.2 V.
There also seems to be some sort of network problem (the line 66 "Address already in use"). Please try booting without any network connected; it may be that you have a conflict on your local network.
I have a new upgraded power supply and a completely new install (using the latest version). I can get a picture/sound on composite video and it decodes transmissions ok even though it says "Long Mynd not loaded". I still cannot get HDMI on either monitor or tv.
The code you asked me to run some time ago now gives the results attached.
Once again I appreciate your time and and your help.
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I have 2 ideas that should help us make some progress:
- Can you confirm if you are using the HDMI port closest to the USB port?
- Can you make sure you stop ryde from the console menu and wait a few minutes before trying to start it manually and post the output? The network error is likely unrelated but is masking your actual issue.
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cd /home/pi/ryde python3 -m rydeplayer /home/pi/ryde/config.yaml