I push it again.
Did another update. Same problem. Isn’t i possible to let the lines in the config.txt whilst doing the update? Would be very great.
There might be a solution in the foreseeable future: https://github.com/volumio/Build/pull/368
Thanks, I will have a look into this.
Pull request has been merged with the changes Volumio had suggested. So with the next version the problem should be solved
I did an update today. Config.txt is no longer in the root, I found it in “boot”. For all those with the same problems…
config.txt has always been in “/boot”; apart from that updating Volumio overwrites
/boot/config.txt: https://volumio.github.io/docs/User_Manual/Other_Customizations.html, section “System configuration for Raspberry Pi”. I guess this is what happened to you.
To overcome this problem
/boot/userconfig.txt has been provided which remains untouched by updates. As mentioned in the docs (linked above) certain config parameters must still be placed in /boot/config.txt to be effective - these need to be written into /boot/config.txt after each Volumio update.
The options you mentioned above are not affected by this limitation though. They should work when placed in
/boot/userconfig.txt and survive future updates.
I tried it out and deleted the lines from config.txt and created the userconfig.txt with the lines. After a reboot everything works fine.
Hopefully it will remain after next system update.
Thanks so far…