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Menu 440
New MPD user service mpd.service instead of my-mpd.service
Changed location and name of MPD configuration file from /home/audiolinux/.mpdconf to /home/audiolinux/.mpd/mpd.conf
If you are using MPD you should stop and restart it

Menu 437
Modified options for CPU scaling driver:
1) acpi_cpufreq
2) intel_pstate
3) amd_pstate
4) amd_pstate epp (only for recent custom kernel >= 6.0.9)
-> It is recommended to set another time scaling driver for AMD CPU to update kernel line with the new options

Menu 435
To avoid long compilation time, new custom kernel script will offer a quick installation for some CPU.
At this moment pre-compiled kernels are available for SKYLAKE, ZEN3, ALDERLAKE
Please check MARCH in SHOW configuration (Main menu)
On request I can add other pre-compiled kernels

AudioLinux is based on realtime custom kernels and on the work of that part of linux community trying to achieve very low audio and processor latencies. The results are not audiophile subjective suggestions, but real and measurable. You can make a processor latency test yourself clicking on the oscilloscope test inside Realtime Priority folder on the Desktop. No magic hidden code, but only the magic of music. AudioLinux can be used in Audio Pro studio recording because of stability and freedom from glitches. With a powerful CPU is perfect for extreme upsampling (up to DSD1024  or PCM 1536 kHz). What about the sound? Clean, transparent, the last veil is removed... and a quick and complete support that no one is giving in Linux. Your system will be fine-tuned for the absolute best performance.

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Audiolinux lxqt 1 year support with image $ 69 Audiolinux headless 1 year support with image $ 69 Audiolinux Raspberry 1 year support with image $ 69 Audiolinux lxqt unlimited time support $ 139
Audiolinux headless unlimited time support $ 139 Audiolinux all versions unlimited time support** $ 249 Audiolinux USB stick/SD card with shipping $ 139 Audiolinux extra year of support $ 35
Audiolinux extra options $ 35
Audiolinux additional image*** $ 35 Audiolinux 10 licenses (with discount) -> contact support

** You can download headless, lxqt, Raspberry Pi4 *** If you have one image and you want another.
For example if you already have lxqt and you want headless
AudioLinux is the first plug & play realtime audio system based on Archlinux with programmed IRQ and application realtime priority
Audio latency at 44.1 kHz < 1 ms depending on hardware configuration.
Incredibly low processor latency (average 2-6 microseconds on fairly powerful processors)
Boot time 10/15 s
Full menu system
RTIRQ for automatic IRQ priority assignment
RTAPP for automatic application priority
Compatible audio applications:
HQPlayer and HQPlayer embedded (with CUDA acceleration, if you install nvidia closed source drivers), HQPlayer Network Audio Daemon, MPD (with optional upmpdcli UPnP media renderer), Logitech Media Server + Squeezelite Jriver Media Center, Roon (roonserver and roonbridge)
Audiolinux can be configured as headless server
Remote control with Unified Remote for smartphone.
NoMachine server included (lxqt version) for remote Desktop control. Now you can start headless without graphical Desktop and access audiolinux from smartphone or PC in a virtual Desktop identical to the default one with NoMachine!
AirPlay support with Shairport-sync (audio only)

From version 1.9.7 you can load the entire system to RAM as an option. For this you need at least 16GB RAM (8 GB for AudioLinux headless). There is the option to save the entire system in "ram mode"

Audiolinux lxqt version 6.0.0

Release notes
Audiolinux headless version 4.0.0
Release notes
Audiolinux Raspberry Pi4 64 bit 3.0.0
Release notes
AudioLinux scripts and RTapp Copyright P. O.. AudioLinux image contains proprietary software. It cannot be copied without removing the corresponding software. AudioLinux is not a separate Linux distribution but only a customized Archlinux image for audio. For all legal and copyright issues please refer to The payments reported above are for support, customization work, proprietary (non-GPL) software, usb stick, shipping.  Refund is possible only if the OS does not boot (provided that the
user have tried to contact support and has given all the information needed to fix the problem)
Archlinux packages maintained by AudioLinux

--> Support is complete for installation on USB stick or internal HD, but if you need help for a dual boot with Windows, because you are not a linux expert, a further payment of € 30 is necessary. I need a lot of time, a lot of emails to support a customer in this case.

If you are a company that is selling a Streamer/Audio PC and you want a custom version of AudioLinux please contact us at

* In the last versions Audiolinux has 7 configuration menus and most of what is reported below can be made directly with menus

--> For general support consult first the wiki at
--> If you have installed to internal drive, you should have also audiolinux on a USB stick, in case of operations that cannot be made from inside (boot problems, hard disk check, etc.)


user, ssh, NoMachine: audiolinux
sudo, root, samba: audiolinux0

hqplayerd web interface:
user: audiolinux
password audiolinux (or audiolinux0)


* In audiolinux lxqt you can use pcmanfm-qt file explorer (click on the red icon on the bottom bar for root editing)

An easy method to work with files for edit, copy etc. is to use Midnight Commander. Type
for starting it

otherwise you can use nano
nano full-file-path
nano /etc/fstab


How to switch to root user:
and give the password audiolinux0
You can return to normal user with

For poweroff and reboot, you can use sudo in a user (not root) terminal:
sudo poweroff
sudo reboot


Ramroot option is the last that should be enabled once your system is fully configured. It is recommended at least 16GB RAM for lxqt version (8 GB for AudioLinux headless)

Before enabling ramroot you should edit as root the file /etc/ramroot.conf For example, if you have 16000 MB total RAM, you could give 4000 to RAM memory and 12000 to ZRAM

To load the entire system at boot, type (as root)
ramroot -E
To disable ramroot
ramroot -D

--> if you are using Roon, please take into account that Roon database will take some space, please be sure that the drive and ram size are enough

When in ram mode you can use the command ramsave This command will save the system when in ram mode (otherwise all changes will be lost)

For system modification and system update we suggest however to boot in normal mode answering N to ramroot boot prompt. Modifications to the file /etc/fstab will be saved only in normal mode. For kernel update you must disable ramroot, see section


* In audiolinux lxqt you can connect to graphical Desktop with NoMachine, if you install it in Windows, Linux, smartphone. With NoMachine remote Desktop you can start headless without graphical Desktop and access AudioLinux in a virtual Desktop identical to the default one. After your configuration is finished, you can switch back to headless with a simple logout.

* From Audiolinux menu 214 new Web Interface at ipaddress://5001touch screen compatible and with search function.
To install it go to INSTALL menu and select 0 "Install new web interface 2 (beta)"
You can enable/disable it in EXPERT menu selecting 10 "WEB INTERFACE 2 enable/disable"
Search function is very useful: typing main, audio, system, update or expert you can see on the left column the options of classic menu.

You can also connect remotely with a browser at the address http://ipaddress:8500

You can access audiolinux headless from another computer with ssh:
ssh audiolinux@ip-address
If you want to use a file browser from another pc, you can use the protocol sftp
--> you can check the ip address for audiolinux with
ip addr show

--> From Windows you can use Putty
--> From Android JuiceSSH


* In audiolinux lxqt you can control your system from your smartphone or tablet with unified remote. See

To enable it, start lxqt configuration, go to Session settings/Autostart and enable "Unified Remote"
Unified remote is started with the command:
opt/urserver/urserver --daemon


Audiolinuxm has an automatic configuration that will permit to connect immediately after the first boot
However, for a more stable network configuration, follow the steps reported below.
---> if you have more than one card, add a second configuration file in /etc/systemd/network/

Look for your network name with
[audiolinux@archlinux ~]$ networkctl
 1 lo               loopback           carrier     unmanaged 
 2 enp3s0           ether              routable    configured

If your network is enp3s0 (yours will be most probably different) change as root /etc/systemd/network/ from






and reboot

DHCP=yes will allow both ipv4 and ipv6
See wiki at

You can change from DHCP to a static address modifying the file /etc/systemd/network/ from






--> change Address, Gateway and DNS to your preferred values.

For WiFi, provided that your adapter is recognized by linux, a simple how-to can be found here
The relevant wiki section is here:
For wpa-supplicant:


* In audiolinux lxqt MPD, LMS, squeezelite and Spotify (spotifyd) are already installed.

In audiolinux headless Roon and HQPlayer embedded are already installed.
The new Menu is already prepared for MPD, LMS, Squeezelite and Spotify. For installing these applications, go to the section OTHER AUDIO APPLICATIONS

With systemctl you can stop, start, restart or enable the services at boot. In the commands where there is not "--user" you must switch to root user (see above)


Starting and enabling hqplayerd:
systemctl --user start hqplayerd
systemctl --user enable hqplayerd

Starting and enabling Roon:
systemctl start roonserver
systemctl enable roonserver

Starting and enabling naa:
systemctl --user start networkaudio
systemctl --user enable networkaudio

You can stop or disable, changing start to stop and enable to disable.

If you need to enable samba:
systemctl enable smb
systemctl enable nmb

and reboot
Note: the directories /home/audiolinux/Downloads and /home/audiolinux/Music are already set as samba share

--> For showing enabled systemd services:
systemctl list-unit-files | grep enabled
For user services:
systemctl --user list-unit-files | grep enabled

Note 1: You can add some delay in starting hqplayerd or networkaudio. For this, go as root to
and take out the # in front of the line
# ExecStartPre=/bin/sleep 30
Default is 30 seconds, you can change this to a different value.

Note 2: When configuring hqplayerd at http://localhost:8088/auth or http://localhost:8088/config please be sure to select Scope --> user at top left, since audiolinux is using the user directory /home/audiolinux/.hqplayer/ for configuration files and license

Note 3: If you are using Roonbridge in more than one computer take into account that: "RoonBridge generates and writes out a unique id into its data directory on first run and uses that to identify itself to RoonServer. Clear out /var/roon on the second device (or hunt down and delete the RAATServer/Settings/unique_id file) and it will generate itself a new one next time it starts up."


For updating a single application:
pacman -Sy (update the database)
pacman -S name-of-application
if this application is in AUR database (as HQPlayer, Roon, etc.)
yay -S name-of-application
Example for updating hqplayerd and roon:
yay -S hqplayer-embedded roonserver roonbridge

For updating the system (expert users)
yay -Syu

For system modification and system update you must boot in normal mode answering N to ramroot boot prompt.


* In audiolinux lxqt mpd, logitechmediaserver, Squeezelite and Spotify are already installed

In headless last versions you have the option to install these packages from update menu

Squeezelite + LMS installation:
pamac build logitechmediaserver-git squeezelite-git
Configuration file for squeezelite: /etc/squeezelite.conf
For listing available devices:
squeezelite -l

he systemd service can be started with
systemctl start squeezelite

MPD and UPnP installation:
pamac build mpd upmpdcli
Configuration file for MPD: /home/audiolinux/.mpdconf
The systemd service can be started with
systemctl start my-mpd

-> Please note that these commands will install the application and many dependencies, so audiolinux size will increase and as a consequence boot time in ram mode.


In the last versions you can update kernel from audiolinux update menu

Installing new audiolinux realtime kernel.
Go to and download at least linux-rt-bfq-* and linux-rt-bfq-headers-*
After install the new kernel with pacman -U followed by the names of the packages.

*** If you are running in ram mode, reboot answering N at boot prompt to boot in normal mode.
-> If you cannot connect to a monitor/keyboard you must disable ramroot before updating the kernel:
1) DISABLE ramroot with
ramroot -D
2) Reboot
3) Install the new kernel
4) Reboot
5) Eventually re-enable it with
ramroot -E
6) Reboot


For testing:

For checking realtime status:

Manual realtime priority is controlled by rtirq and rtapp. In standard /etc/rtirq.conf priority is given to usb xhci devices:
Change xhci to snd if you are using an internal audio card

Suggested realtime configurations:

1) Standard

2) Extreme

Max possible priority is set system-wide at 98. Higher priorit will increase the CPU load.

-> At the moment nvidia drivers can be installed only with default LINUX RT kernel (option 1 in kernel update). If in doubt please contact support.
A) Headless version:
yay -Sy nvidia-dkms nvidia-utils --noconfirm

B) LXQt version:
yay -Sy nvidia-dkms nvidia-settings nvidia-utils opencl-nvidia --noconfirm
--> This is necessary for enabling CUDA acceleration in HQPlayer, if you have a nvidia card. You must add multicore and cuda options to /home/audiolinux/.hqplayer/hqplayerd.xml in the engine section. For example:
multicore="auto" cuda="1"

You could eventually add the section "Device" to /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/xorg.conf

Section "Device"
        Identifier "Nvidia Card"
        Driver "nvidia"
        VendorName "NVIDIA Corporation"
        Option "NoLogo" "true"

Optionally you could blacklist the open source driver "nouveau" creating the file /etc/modprobe.d/blacklist.conf with the following content:
blacklist nouveau

Understanding audiolinux 1 INSTALLATION

--> For audiolinux lxqt change

audiolinux_mini_400.img.gz to  audiolinux_600.img.gz    --> audiolinux  will boot only in UEFI mode

--> You cannot install audiolinux on a single partition but only to the full hard disk (audiolinux image has 2 partitions, UEFI fat32 and linux ext4)

To install audiolinux on external USB stick (32 GB) or internal Hard disk, if you already have linux installed in internal drive or  in external media (liveCD or liveUSB, for Ubuntu you can install this way and omit stage 2):
1) Boot from your linux installation and download the image
-> The password for sudo and root in audiolinux is audiolinux0
2) Verify that the image file is not corrupted with
3) Find the hard disk address by typing
sudo fdisk -l
4) If, for example, the HD is /dev/sda, copy the image with
gunzip -c
audiolinux_mini_400.img.gz | sudo dd of=/dev/sda bs=1M status=progress
(this will delete the hd, it is not necessary to format it previously)
5) Extend the ext4 partition until covering the remaining part of the hard disk (this will fix also GPT size errors. note that you will need more than the default size for Roon database)
--> If you will use ramroot later, leave some unallocated space on the hdd for an extra partition or add another drive, otherwise, if you copy the music files into audiolinux partition, the size will become too big for booting to ram.

6) Power off the PC, unplug previous external linux installation and boot from the new HD/USB stick.

a) If you have Audiolinux LXQt: make a second installation on a USB stick, boot from the new installation and extend the ext4 partition on the old installation with gparted (easy, because the application has a GUI)
b) If you don't have Audiolinux LXQt: enable ramroot, reboot, select the option resize in system menu.
If you want to switch back to normal mode: reboot answering N to ramroot boot prompt at the beginning of boot, disable ramroot, reboot

--> If you have problems booting, consult our Booting Checklist

If you install from MAC, see the guide here
If you install from Windows, you can use
Rufus version 2.18 with option "dd"
--> In this case you will miss step 6) of installation guide above. For a possible solution see
this guide case 1)  but installation with these applications is not recommended.

This is the official how-to, You can use also other methods that allow the cloning of an image with multiple partitions.


*  In lxqt version you can enable auto-mount enabling Mount in pcmanfm-qt file explorer --> Edit --> Preferences --> Volume

To auto-mount the hard disk at boot you need to edit the file /etc/fstab.
You can use a root terminal (type su and after give root password audiolinux0) with
nano /etc/fstab
You can also use pcmanfm-qt file explorer root (red icon on the bottom bar) and edit the file from there.
I suggest to mount in a subfolder of /media where there are some folders with the right permissions already set.
Don't mount outside of /media subfolders if you are using ramroot!
It is better to test the mount line before adding it to /etc/fstab. For example:
mount -t ntfs-3g UUID=
myuuid /media/samba -o uid=1000,gid=100,forceuid,forcegid
Please be careful. If /etc/fstab has a wrong line, the sytem could not boot.

To find LABEL or uuid type
in a terminal
Substitute mylabel, myuuid, servername, password etc. with your values.

Example for linux internal hard disk
LABEL=mylabel /media/linux1 ext4 nofail,noatime,rw 0 2
UUID=myuuid /media/linux1 ext4 nofail,noatime,rw 0 2

...For the full guide click here

In Audiolinux realtime priority is assigned by 2 services: rtirq for irq priority and rtapp for application priority.

1) RTIRQ configuration

The default configuration file is /etc/rtirq.conf
The important section is this one
In the default configuration it will give the defined priority to xhci usb devices.
To check the realtime priorities you can use rtstatus...

...For the full guide click here
Audiolinux for experts 1 NETWORK BRIDGE


If you need a Network Bridge it is advisable to use systemd network instead of NetworkManager, because "NetworkManager can create bridges, but currently will not auto-connect to them or slave/attached interfaces" cfr.:

Now let's go to /etc/systemd/network/
cd /etc/systemd/network/
We remove the previous files, if any
rm /etc/systemd/network/*

You can check the names of network interfaces with:
ip addr show
In the examples that will follow we have 2 network interfaces, enp3s0 and enp4s0. Your names can be different.
--> In my test enp4s0 is connected to the router (and internet) and enp3s0 is connected directly from pc (with a normal ethernet cable) to a BeagleBone Black naa running archlinuxarm

...For the full guide click here 


Roon Database can be huge.
This how-to can be applied in these cases:
1) Drive space is insufficient because you did not resize the ext4 partition after installation.
2) Ram size is not enough for booting in ram mode

...For the full guide click here
You can use Audiolinux for audio in the following combinations:

1) HQPlayer Desktop (lxqt version)
2) Roon
3) Roon wth HQPlayer Desktop
4) Roon with HQPlayer embedded
5) Jriver with HQPlayer embedded (lxqt version)
HQPlayer embedded controlled by HQPDcontrol or BubbleUPnP or Mconnect on smartphone/tablet
7) M
PD controlled by Cantata  (linux) or many other control points on smartphone/tablet
8) Logitech Media Server (LMS)
and Squeezelite.  PCM and DSD upsampling possible with many different filters (same as in Daphile). Many control points on smartphone/tablet available
9) Jriver Media Center (lxqt version)
10) Spotify with the audio sevice spotifyd, controlled by
official Spotify on smartphone/tablet/PC

Roon with HQPlayer

Tidal music streaming is already integrated in Roon, BubbleUPnP, LMS and Mconnect. Qobuz is available on
BubbleUPnP, LMS and Mconnect. Spotify direct streaming possible if spotifyd service enabled.

In lxqt version, with NoMachine remote Desktop, you can start without graphical Desktop and access AudioLinux from smartphone or PC in a virtual Desktop identical to the default one. After your configuration is finished, you can switch back to command line mode with a simple logout.



iFi Audio micro/nano iDSD
MSB Technology
LB Labs VI DAC Inifinity
PS Audio NuWave DAC (experimental)
Unison Research Unico CD Due
W4S DAC-2 (experimental)
Mytek Brooklyn DAC (experimental)
NuPrime DAC-10 (experimental)
Holo Audio Spring R2R DAC
Engineered Electronics Stereo Playback Interface
Geek Pulse X Infinity 2V0
WaveIO USB audio 2.0
Amanero Combo384 (need firmware update)
Aune X1S
Hegel HD12 DSD
Auralic VEGA (experimental)
Gustard DAC-X20U
Geek Out 1V5
Matrix Audio Quattro II
Matrix Audio X-Sabre
Matrix Audio Mini-i Pro
MiniMax Tube DAC Supreme
NuPrime DAC-9
NuPrime Audio HD-AVP/AVA
NuPrime IDA-8
Oppo HA-1
Oppo HA-2
Soekris DAC1101
JLsounds I2SoverUSB
Audiolab M-DAC+
Playback Design
Bryston BDA3
Singxer F-1 and SU-1Furutech ADL Stratos
Matrix Audio
Aune X1S 32BIT/384 DSD DAC
Mutec MC3+ USBFurutech ADL Stratos

HDTA Serenade DSD
Denafrips Ares
Oppo UDP-205
Oppo Sonica WiFi speaker
Furutech ADL Stratosbr
Oppo Sonica WiFi speaker
Oppo UDP-205
Matrix Audio X-SPDIF 2
Armature Hectate board
Mytek Manhattan
* if you need a special kernel patch for your DAC, please contact us at

AudioLinux processor latency test

We have made some tests of the real performance of AudioLinux.
You can make a similar test yourself selecting Realtime test in Audiolinux status menu.

1) Realtime test in AudioLinux with "hackbench -l 10000" and "cyclictest -t1 -n -p99 -i100 -o10 -v | oscilloscope -s1000 >/dev/null" with Intel i7-4770
Results upsampling with HQPlayer at the same time are not different!

Audiolinux latency test

2) A test with the same computer in Windows 10 with DPC Latency Checker

Win10 latency

PinkFaun Streamer 2.16 Is probably the best computer for audio on the market. It can be delivered with a special version of Audiolinux. There is a discussion about it at Computer Audiophile Below some nice images from the same forum. Click for full size.

Audiolinux testing system

Custom Fanless PC in a Streacom case,  PinkFaun Streamer 3.4, custom USB to i2S interface, Holo Audio Spring Dac, SAC Minute transformer preamplifier, Ayon Sunfire SET tube amplifier, modified Audiostatic electrostatic speakers DCI A-sinus. This system, with Focusrite mic preamplifier, is used also for audio recording/monitor.

Roon with HQPlayer

Latest news

Menu 446
Improved local and remote mount scripts
Menu 444-445
Updated mount scripts in System menu can now umount drives even if the mount points have not been added to /etc/fstab
Menu 443
Improved scripts fo HQPlayer input and added corresponding option to Web Interface 2
Menu 440-442 New MPD user service mpd.service instead of my-mpd.service Changed location and name of MPD configuration file from /home/audiolinux/.mpdconf to /home/audiolinux/.mpd/mpd.conf
If you are using MPD you should stop and restart it
Menu 437 Modified options for CPU scaling driver: 1) acpi_cpufreq
2) intel_pstate
3) amd_pstate
4) amd_pstate epp (only for recent custom kernel >= 6.0.9)
-> It is recommended to set another time scaling driver for AMD CPU to update kernel line with the new options
Menu 436 (and menu 307 Raspberry) HQPlayer installation option in Update menu will install first the right library versions
Menu 435 To avoid long compilation time, new custom kernel script will offer a quick installation for some CPU. At this moment pre-compiled kernels are available for SKYLAKE and ZEN3 Please check MARCH in SHOW configuration (Main menu) On request I can add other pre-compiled kernels
Last Raspberry menu updates: Menu 306 Special update script (launched at each menu update) now check if basic Audiolinux packages can be updated Menu 305 temporary fix for hqplayer-embedded in case of system update Menu 304 Updated kernel install script in Update menu with new option 3 - Audiolinux RT LTO Audiolinux RT LTO is a realtime kernel compiled with clang and LTO full
If you have installed Diretta driver or other dkms packages you should use standard RT kernel
Menu 303
Temporary fix for hqplayer-embedded in case of system update
Menu 302
Updated option 14 ENABLE/DISABLE HDMI/Video (Expert menu) is blacklisting video drivers if HDMI is disabled
Menu 301
Disabled systemd services rtnet and rtc_frequency that should be disabled as defaultMenu 434 temporary fix for hqplayer-embedded in case of system update
Menu 433 Removed realtime repository since now RT kernel is available on official Archlinux repository Updated XANMOD and ZEN3 AMD RT kernels
Menu 432 CamillaDSP configuration script fixed and improved
Menu 430-431 Temporary fix for hqplayer-embedded in case of system update Some internal fix to Main Menu
Menu 427-429 Important fixes to custom kernel script
Menu 426 Added folder /media/ramdisk necessary for custom kernel compilation if it doesn't exist
Menu 425 Fix to option 8 ROONSERVER database transfer to/from another drive
Menu 424 Fix to custom kernel v3 install script wrongly showing insufficient RAM Fix to hyper-threading option not working in Web Interface 2 Special update script (launched at each menu update) now check if basic Audiolinux packages can be updated
Menu 423 ONLY ON AUDIOLINUX: CPU scaling switched from cpupower to the proprietary application ppower New script will offer these options:      0 Scaling driver (amd_pstate, intel_pstate or acpi_cpufreq)      1 Scaling governor      2 Scaling governor energy (only amd_pstate)      3 Fixed Frequency (only acpi)      4 Turbo boost      5 CPU FREQUENCY SCALING for isolated cores      6 EXIT Now Audiolinux is supporting the new driver amd_pstate_epp on custom kernel. If this driver is missing in your installed kernel, system will use acpi-cpufreq instead of previous disappointing amd_pstate driver Note that with ppower application isolated cores can have a different CPU scaling than the others. Extra options for isolated cores: 1) System menu -> 'BOOT mode to Extreme, Extreme2, Standard or Adaptative' 2) System menu -> 'CPU FREQUENCY SCALING (driver, governor, frequency, turbo)' (NEW) 3) Expert menu -> 'CPU ISOLATED CORES Assign core to irq or application'

Added 40-realtime-privileges.rules to /etc/udev/rules.d/
Fix to alinstall function missing input
Menu 422 added mediacenter30 to application list for isolated cores and realtime priority
Menu 421 Added missing nopowersave.conf for option 19 NETWORK/USB power saving
Menu 420 Improved option 19 NETWORK/USB power saving in Expert menu Fix in forced update to rtpriority version 1.2 in special update script
Menu 419 Added option 19 NETWORK/USB power saving that will consent to disable power saving on specified devices This is important if you cannot reach any more Audiolinux PC after some time or if some audio applications need network or USB always on to function properly
Audiolinux Raspberry  3.0.0 is out! A LOT of changes and new options: see the full list in Release notes
Menu 418 Added option to remove previous mounted drives in 4 MOUNT local drive and 5 MOUNT remote drive in System menu
Menu 417 Fix to 4 HQPLAYER input configuration in Audio Extra menu not starting
Menu 416 CamillaDSP packages updated. Fix to cammillagui systemd service not starting Added MEMORY BY APPLICATION in Status menu -> RAM memory
Audiolinux LXQt  6.0.0 is out!
Audiolinux headless 4.0.0 is out!
Menu 414 New REALTIME tests option updated on Web Interface 2
Menu 413 ONLY ON AUDIOLINUX: the option 14 REALTIME tests now will offer some very nice tests: cyclictest, osnoise, timerlat and hwlatdetect. Note that osnoise and timerlat will be available only on kernels > 5.17.x hqplayer-embedded installation script in Update menu will copy configuration file and password settings if missing in /etc/hqplayer Added Sytem max priority to 3 REALTIME status in Status menu
Menu 412 Improved display of isolated cores status Isolated cores application list updated Changed silence... volume from 0.01% to 0.00005% in record script (Audio Extra menu) Some code cleaning
Menu 411 This menu will force installation of rtpriority 1.1 with some fix
Menu 410   Some changes on the Status menu: option 9 AUDIO IRQ monitor will display all audio IRQ. If some number is changing during play the IRQ of the corresponding line should be the right one to configure with the option in Expert menu -> 1 REALTIME MANUAL ASSIGNMENT configuration -> 4) Configure IRQ priority The default value is xhci that will assign realtime priority to all USB 3.0 ports This configuration is not necessary if your DAC is the only USB device connected
Menu 409 Audiolinux realtime priority system switched to the proprietary application rtpriority! rtirq and rtapp will be removed New configuration files are in /etc/rtpriority You should exit from menu after update, restart it and reconfigure realtime priority with the options in System menu or Expert menu Now is possible to give priority to the specific IRQ of your audio card instead of giving priority to all USB devices or internal cards. For this you should go to Expert menu -> 1 REALTIME MANUAL ASSIGNMENT configuration -> 4) Configure IRQ priority
Menu 408 Added functions alinstall and almakepkg If you want to install manually a package from Archlinux AUR repository with custom kernel using x86_64_v3 architecture you should use alinstall package_name or almakepkg (if your are building a package from a PKGBUILD file) You must reboot to apply changes
Menu 407 Now SHOW configuration in Main menu (line showing MARCH) is displaying running architecture for all types of CPU
Menu 406 Application installation method updated for compatibility with custom kernel x86_64_v3
Menu 405 Fixed news option not displaying
Menu 404 Updated rtapp to version 1.1. This menu should update it automatically but you can check on console with pacman -Q rtapp Options 1 AUDIO CARD status and 3 REALTIME status using the new improved scripts in rtapp (previous 2 AUDIO interrupts is now part of this option)
Menu 401 Fixed wrong number of available cores in hyper-threading script (Expert menu) Now kernel custom installation script will clean cache after switching system to x86_64_v3 (removing the high number of downloaded packages) Installing audio applications in Update mneu will clean cache also
Menu 398-399 Fixed: isolated cores status not displayed correctly
Menu 397 Added option to switch back to x86_64 architecture in 2 SELECT/UPDATE kernel (System menu) Added ARCH SERVERS UPDATE status in Main menu -> 0 SHOW configurationMenu
396 Profile script updated to new cpu scaling configuration and new realtime priority method
Menu 395 Web Interface 2 script-server updated to 1.18.0 Added acpi option to CPU SPEED to performance or fixed frequency (turbo on/off) in System menu
Menu 393 Added option 13 CONFIGURE time zone and keyboard to Main menu Changed systemd configuration to avoid Sleep/Hibernation
Menu 392 Improved scripts for CPU frequency scaling
Menu 391 NTFS driver updated to ntfs3 by Paragon in local mount script
Menu 390 Added option 20 UPDATE Archlinux servers Reflector is a Python script which can retrieve the latest mirror list from the Arch Linux Mirror Status page, filter the most up-to-date mirrors, sort them by speed and overwrite the file /etc/pacman.d/mirrorlist Default servers in Audiolinux are set to Italy
Menu 389 FIX to Update menu not installing HQPlayer Desktop in lxqt version Added option 3 FILE EDITOR local/remote to System menu This option will configure Midnight Commander Editor with the left section displaying local files and the right section remote files of a computer in your network The remote PC must have sftp enabled This is useful if you want to to copy, move or delete files in headless version of Audiolinux
Menu 388 INSTALL menu and custom kernel script not displaying last available version: FIXED