X86 Hardware issues (WiFi, DAC, Disks, Boot etc.)

That’s OK, I can handle it.

Hello, the computer on which the system is installed does not output an HDMI interface. Only the terminal is visible. Changing the interface display setting for HDMI via WebUI does not work.
Is it possible to display the image on an HDMI screen?
The system is installed on x86 PC. Version Volumio 3.423 Intel JasperLake n5095 processor
http://logs.volumio.org/volumio/AnM6U4A.html log

Please read the start of this topic and post the information requested.

Thanks

Feb 05 16:23:05 amaron-renoir kernel: i915 0000:00:02.0: Your graphics device 4e55 is not properly supported by the driver in this kernel version.

This is unfortunate, the current x86 kernel does not support your AZW Mini S graphics component.
This is why we are beta testing with a new kernel at the moment.
Please try Beta kernel 6.1.y

I tried the version you sent, (Volumiobuster-3.424-2023-01-11-x86_amd64) the volumio logo graphic appeared for a second before launch. But right after the terminal appears. Settings in webUI also did not affect.
This is not a big problem, but I still hope that in future versions support for my graphical component will be added

Hi

I just installed 3.423 on an Acer Revo RL70 and couldn’t get sound out of either HDMI or SPDIF optical so I plugged in an old USB Soundcard and that worked.
The soundcard is connected via USB to the Acer then the soundcard is connected to my Denon AVR via Optical.

When I play a DSD file it shows as 2.82 MHz 1 Bit in volumio but shows on the receiver as PCM 48kHz

Why would this be?

Not sure, but make sure your Volumio volume is set to 100%.

Best thing you can do just now is to share a link to a log file.
Perhaps HDMI and toslink are only muted, but for checking that we need a log file.
Boot up, wait until the UI shows up and then produce the log.
https://help.volumio.com/help/how-to-send-a-log-link-for-a-bug-report

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@Wheaten could you move this to the x86 thread please?

Thanks for the reply

Here’s the link to the log
logs.volumio.org/volumio/6BZgASw.html

Try this for S/PDIF:
/usr/bin/amixer -c 1 set IEC958,16 unmute

for HDMI:
/usr/bin/amixer -c 0 set Master unmute"

When this fixes it, I will add it to Volumio’s HD Audio tweaks.

I get the message
amixer: Unable to find simple control ‘IEC958’,16 for the optical and nothing in response to the HDMI
Still no HDMI sound

Please do

amixer -c 0 scontrols
amixer -c 1 scontrols

This should give us a list of the controls they do have.
I need to check the HD Audio documentation for more info, the log did not give enough.
And I need to know what the exact error message of the spdif unmute was :wink:

Responses

Simple mixer control ‘IEC958’,0

Simple mixer control ‘Master’,0
Simple mixer control ‘Mic’,0
Simple mixer control ‘Mic Boost’,0
Simple mixer control ‘IEC958’,0
Simple mixer control ‘IEC958 Default PCM’,0
Simple mixer control ‘Capture’,0
Simple mixer control ‘Loopback Mixing’,0

amixer: Unable to find simple control ‘IEC958’,16

you edited the responses to make it look nice :face_with_hand_over_mouth::wink::sunglasses:
It does not come like that, could you please give me the raw, 1-1 output from the seperate commands please, i’m not so good at guessing what comes from where.
So,
command, raw output
command, raw output

Command
amixer -c 0 scontrols

Raw output
Simple mixer control ‘IEC958’,0

Command
amixer -c 1 scontrols

Raw output
Simple mixer control ‘Master’,0
Simple mixer control ‘Mic’,0
Simple mixer control ‘Mic Boost’,0
Simple mixer control ‘IEC958’,0
Simple mixer control ‘IEC958 Default PCM’,0
Simple mixer control ‘Capture’,0
Simple mixer control ‘Loopback Mixing’,0

Command
/usr/bin/amixer -c 1 set IEC958,16 unmute

Raw output
amixer: Unable to find simple control ‘IEC958’,16

much better😀
I’m just trying to help, raw terminal output is always preferred, stops you from unnecessary editing effort as well.

I’ll have to sort this out because things don’t quite match.
As mentioned, I need to check the documentation as I have not seen this combination of HDA Generic and Realtek ALC662.
It can take a few days.

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Thanks for the reply, hopefully can get the HDMI output working.

In the meantime I’ll continue with the USB DAC that is connecting to my Receiver through optical - I suspect some “down sampling” is being done along the path

If you want to use a DAC then go for it, it can outperform hdmi/spdif with their 192Khz/24bit limitation anyway. But that depends on your sources and the DAC, use a decent one that will cope with your budget, formats and bitrates without having to resample them.

Meanwhile I’ll check ALC662

As far as I can tell the DAC is downsampling so I’m hoping the HDMI won’t