title
Products            Buy            Support Forum            Professional            About            Codec Central
 
Results 1 to 11 of 11

Thread: Getting Asset UPNP to reboot automatically on Raspberry Pi

  1. #1

    Getting Asset UPNP to reboot automatically on Raspberry Pi

    Dear everyone

    I have managed to install Asset onto a Raspberry Pi 4 Version 7.3 mounted in an Argon M.2 case with a 1TB WD Red SATA SSD installed. I can get Asset to work by clicking on the Asset UPNP file in (see below) It can read my music folders stored in Pi/Media/SSD/Lost and Found.

    Asset 1.jpg

    This brings up the following:

    Asset 2.jpg

    I tried the setting that was suggested on this forum:

    Asset 3.jpg

    As yet, I cannot get Asset to run on a reboot.

    I am very new to this, so I am sure I have made some very basic mistake.

    Any help would be very greatly appreciated.

    Kind regards,

    David
    Attached Images Attached Images

  2. #2
    Administrator
    Join Date
    Apr 2002
    Posts
    42,163

    Re: Getting Asset UPNP to reboot automatically on Raspberry Pi

    Check the line you have typed in to the contab, you can post the full line here?

  3. #3

    Re: Getting Asset UPNP to reboot automatically on Raspberry Pi

    Thanks for gettng back to me. The line I have typed in the contab is @reboot /bin/asset/Asset-R7.3-Linux-ARM32-registered/bin/AssetUPNP.

  4. #4

    Re: Getting Asset UPNP to reboot automatically on Raspberry Pi

    Under the Asset Folder I have an X11 subfolder with the same folder contents as the Asset one. I don't know if that has any bearing on this?

  5. #5
    Administrator
    Join Date
    Apr 2002
    Posts
    42,163

    Re: Getting Asset UPNP to reboot automatically on Raspberry Pi

    If you open a shell prompt and type:

    /bin/asset/Asset-R7.3-Linux-ARM32-registered/bin/AssetUPNP

    (I assume the . on the end is not present), does asset start?

  6. #6

    Re: Getting Asset UPNP to reboot automatically on Raspberry Pi

    Sorry in the delay in getting back. I have just tried typing the line in the shell prompt and the bash response was 'no such file or directory'. If I go into the directory and click on the Asset UPNP file (in grey) I am given the box 'This is an executable file. Do you want to open it in terminal?' If I click yes, Asset opens. Hope that is of some use.

  7. #7
    Administrator
    Join Date
    Apr 2002
    Posts
    42,163

    Re: Getting Asset UPNP to reboot automatically on Raspberry Pi

    It means '/bin/asset/Asset-R7.3-Linux-ARM32-registered/bin/AssetUPNP' is not correct, something might be missspelt, or a capital letter is missing, double check the string, until you can manually start it in the shell, you cannot hope to get the crontab working.

    The correct one is:

    /bin/asset/Asset-R7.3-Linux-ARM32-registered/bin/AssetUPnP

  8. #8

    Re: Getting Asset UPNP to reboot automatically on Raspberry Pi

    Thanks for your help, I'll look more closely at that.

  9. #9

    Re: Getting Asset UPNP to reboot automatically on Raspberry Pi

    Asset now works automatically on reboot. Many thanks for pointing out the one error in my typing. I disconnected the pi from my computer and reconnected to my router. Asset restarts but cannot find my lost and found folder on the SSD on the Pi. I imagine this to do with a different IP address for the router compared with the computer. How can I reconfigure Asset to find my music from the router rather than the computer? Many thanks in advance.

  10. #10
    Administrator
    Join Date
    Apr 2002
    Posts
    42,163

    Re: Getting Asset UPNP to reboot automatically on Raspberry Pi

    You would not use an IP address in asset, rather the local path, such as:

    /volume1/media/

  11. #11

    Re: Getting Asset UPNP to reboot automatically on Raspberry Pi

    Many thanks. I will try that.

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •