Just for reference Portsdown A27 shows a stream for me today? Portsdown 202006070 doesn't.
If it was an ISP issue, I would have expected both not to work.
I don't have a mobile phone connection I can try. My mobile is paid by work and hotspot is blocked.
Apart from Colin and Clive locally is anyone else having an issue?
I have got the same issue as Terry since i upgraded to the
latest version 202006070 of ports down, all i get now when i want to
view a stream is valid stream detected and the ports down logo.
The previous version 202004302 works fine no problem,thankfully i had a spare
SD card with the old version on it
If it is any help i am on Talk Talk .
This was also the case for Clive G4FVP he had the stream on the previous version.
He Updated to check for me and lost it. Only valid stream detected and splash screen. (if you watch carefully you see stream dropped or similar message flash up quickly once)
Portsdown 4 (A27) is still working today.
- Log in through ssh, go to the command prompt (Shutdown, Exit to Linux) and then enter the following command:
Then post the result here (highlight it in Putty - which copies it, and then paste it here).
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- Return to the touchscreen (you can type at the command prompt to do this) and then go to Menu 3 and report whether the Audio out button says "Audio out RPi jack" or "Audio out USB dongle".
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- Then touch the button to toggle it to the other setting, and try viewing a stream to see if this cures the problem.
I just tried building a new card today from your github and the stream viewer is now working.
So my result may not be useful
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aplay: invalid option -- '1'
Try `aplay --help' for more information.
The audio out was set to USB dongle,
Changed it to audio out RPI jack and now all my streams are working again.
Thank you Dave.
Sorry, I should have made clear that it was aplay -l (Lima). Anyway, the fact that selecting the correct output cured it ties in with my theory.
I'll change things in the next update so that selecting the wrong audio output will still play the video.