I’ve got an RPI 4 and a Rip 1 Model b (512 MB, singleCore).
I successfully deployed balena sound to both; the RPI4 is connected via WiFi to my network, the old RPI via Ethernet cable. Both show up as an Airplay-Device, the RPI4 works, but I don’t get any sound out of the old Raspberry. The two Multiroom-Services just won’t start up, and I don’t get any error messages in the log.
(I want to use the old Raspbi as a Client to the RPI Sound-Server)
Does anybody have an idea how I could fix this?
Based on the description above. It looks like the multiroom-client setup might have something missing as the other device shouldn’t show up in multi-room client mode (See: Usage - Home).
Can you check on the setup and the env vars. See: Customization - Home
thanks for your reply. After I Set the master with the IP-Address as mentioned in the doc and setting sound-mode to “multi-room client” on my rp1 (client device), I only get one entry in Airplay and the services on the rp1 seem to be fine I still cannot hear any music from my client-device.
I’ll attach the log files, maybe that helps?
Maybe the most important note from the log is, that the RP1 shows “Waiting for sound supervisor to start at 172.17.0.1:80”
What kind of network address is this and where can I check if that’s correct?
xx-multiroom_rpi4-09.12.22_22_14_34_(+0100).txt (117.3 KB)
x-multiroom_rpi_modelb-09.12.22_22_13_53_(+0100).txt (97.2 KB)