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Mr. Spock
@jabulonboaz
thats all i need to now please so i can do it myself next time
to dont bother you
hello?
Baozhu Zuo
@Pillar1989
l'll email to you tonight
Mr. Spock
@jabulonboaz
oh perfect thank you my fried!
you are a star!
thank toy thank you thank you! :)
Mr. Spock
@jabulonboaz
it is working thank you my firend
please send to me the settings you did on raspi-conf later so i can replicate and if you can share with me some relevant URL for me to read online about the problem i have, it is my understanding that there was an issue with the the i2c interface but i do not know exactly ehat
thank you again!!!
question about the GPIOs and LEDs

voice_confirm: true

raspberrypi:

# GPIO Pin with button connected
button: 17
# GPIO Pin for the playback/activity light
plb_light: 24
# GPIO Pin for the recording light
rec_light: 25
i used this from your git the button works so perfect but the LEDs of the respeaker do not come on

GPIO Pin for the playback/activity light

plb_light: 24
# GPIO Pin for the recording light
rec_light: 25
the values you shared are the same as the default values
Mr. Spock
@jabulonboaz
also do you know if ALexaPi can control smart home lights ? i have Smartthings associated with my account, using another GIT the "AssistantsPi" that Alex instance can see Smartthings but the Alexa Pi does not
Mr. Spock
@jabulonboaz
hi
are you there?
its broken again i enabled the SPI to try activate the LEDs but AlexaPi is not working - it says "hello" at boot and hot-word detection works but she does not respond to any question
i disabled SPI but still the same
Mr. Spock
@jabulonboaz
Feb 11 16:55:50 raspberrypi python[466]: INFO: AVS token: Requesting a new one
Feb 11 16:56:00 raspberrypi python[466]: INFO: AVS token: Obtained successfully
Feb 11 16:56:05 raspberrypi python[466]: [0263ca58] core input error: ES_OUTSET(GROUP_)PCR is called too late (pts_delay increased to 300 ms)
Feb 11 16:56:05 raspberrypi python[466]: [0263ca58] core input error: ES_OUT_RESET_PCR called
Feb 11 16:56:13 raspberrypi python[466]: INFO: Triggered: pocketsphinx
Feb 11 16:56:17 raspberrypi python[466]: INFO: (process_response Error) Status Code: 403
Feb 11 16:56:34 raspberrypi python[466]: INFO: Triggered: pocketsphinx
Feb 11 16:56:38 raspberrypi python[466]: INFO: (process_response Error) Status Code: 403
Feb 11 17:08:02 raspberrypi python[466]: INFO: Triggered: pocketsphinx
Feb 11 17:08:06 raspberrypi python[466]: INFO: (process_response Error) Status Code: 403
Mr. Spock
@jabulonboaz
Feb 11 17:17:38 raspberrypi python[470]: ALSA lib pcm_dmix.c:990:(snd_pcm_dmix_open) The dmix plugin supports only playback stream
Feb 11 17:17:39 raspberrypi python[470]: ALSA lib pcm_dsnoop.c:556:(snd_pcm_dsnoop_open) The dsnoop plugin supports only capture stream
Feb 11 17:20:06 raspberrypi python[470]: INFO: Checking Internet Connection ...
Feb 11 17:20:07 raspberrypi python[470]: INFO: Connection OK
Feb 11 17:20:07 raspberrypi python[470]: INFO: AVS token: Requesting a new one
Feb 11 17:20:07 raspberrypi python[470]: INFO: AVS token: Obtained successfully
Feb 11 17:20:17 raspberrypi python[470]: INFO: Triggered: pocketsphinx
Feb 11 17:20:21 raspberrypi python[470]: INFO: (process_response Error) Status Code: 403
Feb 11 17:20:23 raspberrypi python[470]: INFO: Triggered: pocketsphinx
Feb 11 17:20:31 raspberrypi python[470]: INFO: (process_response Error) Status Code: 403
SethW89
@SethW89
@jabulonboaz Most of China is off for Chinese New Year. I don’t think you will get much support until February 25th, unless one of the engineers logs on during their vacation.
Mr. Spock
@jabulonboaz
It’s ok it’s all working now
TK_Ngu
@TKNgu
Hi. I want to use ReSpeaker 2-Mics Pi for android thing on pi3 https://developer.android.com/things/hardware/raspberrypi.html. How i can use gpio connect boat ?
Sorry for my English.
meischdaddy30
@meischdaddy30
Can someone please help me out? I bought a respeaker 4-mic like a month ago and thus far I haven't been able to get the speaker to be recognized. I can do git clone https://github.com/respeaker/seeed-voicecard and it creates everything..then cd seeed-voicecard and sudo ./install.sh and reboot. All of that goes fine, but after I reboot I type $ arecord -L "capture" does not show up there. So then i go to seeed/voicecard and do arecord -l and nothing comes up as capture device. I'm very new to rpi so if anyone has any input please be elementary :) thanks!
I mixed up the uppercase and lowercase l's
faylyn101
@faylyn101
I would like to install Re-speaker 4-mic array for RPI3 on another Pi-compatible board called Pine64+, I am going to use OpenWRT with kernel 4.14. It seems that AllWinner R16 sun50i kernel does not support device tree overlays. Any suggestion about how to merge the seeed-4min-voicecard-overlay.dts into a normal dts such as sun40i-a64-pine64-plus.dts. (Well... just show me how to define i2s and sound nodes can be appreciative)
Scott
@treii28
wow, old dates - anything alive in here?
ni-ka
@ni-ka

Trying to install the 6mic array on raspberry pi on raspbian 9. I've followed install instructions and unfortunately here is the output:

>
pi@gateway:~ $ arecord -L
null
Discard all samples (playback) or generate zero samples (capture)
default
sysdefault:CARD=seeed8micvoicec
seeed-8mic-voicecard,
Default Audio Device
dmix:CARD=seeed8micvoicec,DEV=0
seeed-8mic-voicecard,
Direct sample mixing device
dsnoop:CARD=seeed8micvoicec,DEV=0
seeed-8mic-voicecard,
Direct sample snooping device
hw:CARD=seeed8micvoicec,DEV=0
seeed-8mic-voicecard,
Direct hardware device without any conversions
plughw:CARD=seeed8micvoicec,DEV=0
seeed-8mic-voicecard,
Hardware device with all software conversions

IAMLIUBO
@imliubo
How can I install this driver on RPi Jessie system version?
IAMLIUBO
@imliubo
@Pillar1989
Theresia Sofia Snow
@theresiasnow
hi, first got my respeaker 4-mic array up running ok, then tried to install alexa. Something broke it. arecord -L shows no card. Latest raspian stretch..
Theresia Sofia Snow
@theresiasnow
got it working - "sudo rm -rf find /lib/modules/ -name "*simple-card.ko*"
sudo apt-get install --reinstall raspberrypi-kernel"
meynety
@meynety
Hello, is there any plan to support the RaspberryPi 4 (In particular with the 4mic linear) ?
changixwa
@changixwa
Hello. We are trying use Respeaker 2-mics Pi HAT and we're having trouble during the setup process. We followed the tutorial but when we use the "aplay -l" command the List of Playback Subdevices returns only 1 subdevice instead of 8. Using the command "arecord -f cd -Dhw:1 | aplay -Dhw:1" resulted on a message saying "audio open error: No such file or directory". We appreciate any help we can get. Thanks in advance.
Zmjcc
@Zmjcc
Can someone help me solve this installation problem
7 files changed, 1476 insertions(+)
create mode 100644 ac108_6mic.state
create mode 100644 ac108_asound.state
create mode 100644 asound_2mic.conf
create mode 100644 asound_4mic.conf
create mode 100644 asound_6mic.conf
create mode 100644 dkms.conf
create mode 100644 wm8960_asound.state
Created symlink /etc/systemd/system/sysinit.target.wants/seeed-voicecard.service → /lib/systemd/system/seeed-voicecard.service.
Job for seeed-voicecard.service failed because the control process exited with error code.
See "systemctl status seeed-voicecard.service" and "journalctl -xe" for details.

Loaded: loaded (/lib/systemd/system/seeed-voicecard.service; enabled; vendor preset: enabled)
Active: failed (Result: exit-code) since Sat 2020-03-07 07:07:22 GMT; 11min ago
Process: 8103 ExecStart=/usr/bin/seeed-voicecard (code=exited, status=203/EXEC)
Main PID: 8103 (code=exited, status=203/EXEC)

Mar 07 07:07:22 raspberrypi systemd[1]: Starting Seeed Voicecard service...
Mar 07 07:07:22 raspberrypi systemd[8103]: seeed-voicecard.service: Failed to execute command: Permission denied
Mar 07 07:07:22 raspberrypi systemd[8103]: seeed-voicecard.service: Failed at step EXEC spawning /usr/bin/seeed-voicec
Mar 07 07:07:22 raspberrypi systemd[1]: seeed-voicecard.service: Main process exited, code=exited, status=203/EXEC
Mar 07 07:07:22 raspberrypi systemd[1]: seeed-voicecard.service: Failed with result 'exit-code'.
Mar 07 07:07:22 raspberrypi systemd[1]: Failed to start Seeed Voicecard service.

@changixwa
Shiven0722
@Shiven0722
hey I am having error while installing seeed voice card. can someone please help me with this
pi@raspberrypi:/ $ arecord -l
List of CAPTURE Hardware Devices
Shiven0722
@Shiven0722
@Pillar1989
wzr6009
@wzr6009
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who can help me?
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Mie Miee
@MieMiee19_twitter
please, help me??
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Erik Woodbrey
@Zeloz42_twitter
First time trying to get a Respeaker 4 channel array working on the Raspberry Pi Buster. This microphone/I2S audio devices seems to be an absolute mess to get installed and working. I went through the steps of install via the Respeaker website and seem to get "sysdefault:CARD=seeed8micvoicec" along with dmix dsnoop hw and plughw as "CARD=seeed8micvoicec,DEV=0" when running "arecord -L". When I run their python detection script I get "Input Device id 2 - seeed-8mic-voicecard: bcm2835-i2s-ac10x-codec0 ac10x-codec.1-0035-0 (hw:2,0)". Not sure why the values are different 0 vs 2 of the device. When I try to run this command "arecord --device=hw:2,0 --format S32_LE --duration=10 --rate 44100 -c1 test.wav" it returns "arecord: set_params:1345: Channels count non available". Additionally I can hear sound when I use the "speaker-test -c2" command. Any help would be appreciated, really just want to be able to record audio and play it back.