I saw that and tried to place an immediate order, but nobody had any stock so I put it on preorder status with Adafruit.Interestingly enough, the Raspberry Pi 3 B+ was just announced today...
Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+ on sale now at $35 - Raspberry Pi
Today I got confirmations from both Adafruit and PiShop that they are now shipping Pi3 B+ preorders, so I should have one if not two of these brand new boards next week.Interestingly enough, the Raspberry Pi 3 B+ was just announced today...
Thanks, yes this Proto Armour case is only useful for a Moode Player using USB output.That looks really good ! One day I may look for a decent case for mine, but it will need to accommodate the Digi+ Pro HAT.
Memory is fading.. you can't go into "settings" on the Stretch Lite install as there is no GUI. Must have mixed up with Raspbian. I guess you would need to config the ssh server via command line. I went thru blind.Cool deal! I will embark on my maiden voyage manual build with 4.0 tomorrow, thanks for the pointers.
I've now had that same type thing happen 3 times in a row, seems the actual download of the image builder isn't really running, but nothing I've done wrong, the code is correct and I do have an internet connection/IP address on that Pi so I don't see what the problem is except I can't get their image builder script downloaded/in place, let alone actually run the executable.The failed install seemed to be resulting from a few packages not being downloaded due to a file not found sort of error.
The ssh connection is to be able to monitor the progress of the mosbuild progress AFAIK. I've installed twice now without that. Blind, but it still worked. I was working directly on the Pi as you are.
The way I see the commands is:
1. navigate to /home/pi
2. use wget to get the mosbuild script from the source at moodeaudio.org and download it to the /pi folder
3. change the permissions to make it executable
Starting the image builder is just running the mosbuild.sh executable which does all the work in updating the debian stretch-lite install with all the packages and configurations required. When you do the wget step and the chmod step, it should just return you pretty quick to your command prompt. No errors.
When I referred to the errors downloading it was after the install had finished and I looked at some logs to see what went wrong.
When you run sudo ./mosbuild.sh it's going to do all the work. Be prepared to wait more than an hour. Maybe 90 mins. One way to see if it was successful is to type the IP of your Pi into a web browser and see if you get the web interface of Moode. You can't use Moode locally.
Hope that helps. Let me know how it goes with your next attempt.