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Raspberry Pi. Raspbian, Java, Jukebox

PostPosted: Thu Jun 18, 2020 6:16 pm
by mcyzyk
FYI, running OpenJDK Java 8 on Raspbian (32-bit Debian Butch for ARM).

Jukebox does not work.

I'm seeing a lot of issues with this, and how the old Oracle Java 8 used to solve it.

Will Jukebox ever work on anything other than Oracle's Java 8 JRE?

Mark

Re: Raspberry Pi. Raspbian, Java, Jukebox

PostPosted: Tue Jun 30, 2020 8:43 pm
by mcyzyk
Ok, I've installed Java 8, OpenJDK.

Also, I found this tutorial over at AirSonic:

https://airsonic.github.io/docs/jukebox/

I ran that Java program and here is the output:

pi@raspberrypi:~ $ java audioDevList
Available mixers:
PulseAudio Mixer
default [default]
Headphones [plughw:0,0]
Audio [plughw:1,0]
Port Headphones [hw:0]
Port Audio [hw:1]

So far, in my JRE sound.properties file, I've tried "hw:1" and "plughw:1.0". (My sound card for this is an external DAC plugged into USB.)

No joy!

Sure would be great if Subsonic Jukebox worked on OpenJDK.

Re: Raspberry Pi. Raspbian, Java, Jukebox

PostPosted: Thu Jul 09, 2020 8:53 pm
by ebasta
OpenJDK on Pi's and similar have always had issues. The official Oracle release works fine. I haven't tried anything higher than 8.