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This page will explain how to use Air Player.
 
This page will explain how to use Air Player.
  
For information on how to install Air Player, please go [[Air Player 1.x Raspberry Pi Installation|here]].
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For information on how to install Air Player, please go [[Air_Player_3.x_Raspberry_Pi_Installation|here]].
  
If you are looking for the release notes for Air Player, go [[Air Player Raspberry Pi Release Notes|here]].
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If you are looking for the release notes for Air Player, go [[Air Player Raspberry Pi Release notes|here]].
  
 
== Start Air Player ==
 
== Start Air Player ==
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== Close Air Player ==
 
== Close Air Player ==
  
You can shutdown both Air Player and the complete Raspberry Pi from Air Manager. See [[Air Manager 3.x User Manual | here]] for more information.
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You can shutdown the Raspberry Pi from Air Manager. See [[Air Manager 3.x User Manual | here]] for more information.
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The power LED on the Raspberry Pi will flash 5 times indicating that it is safe to turn off the power.
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{{warning|Don't shut down your Raspberry Pi by cutting it from it's power source!<br/>This might corrupt the file system, making the Pi not boot up correctly.}}
  
 
== Automatic update ==
 
== Automatic update ==
  
 
Air Player will automatically update itself once you boot up your Raspberry Pi. Note that an internet connection is required for this feature to work.
 
Air Player will automatically update itself once you boot up your Raspberry Pi. Note that an internet connection is required for this feature to work.
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Note that the update process might take a couple of minutes (depending on your internet speed). It will automatically show up your instruments once it is done.

Latest revision as of 09:49, 3 April 2019

Introduction

Air Player is a very small lightweight application with one purpose: Run instrument panels.

You can use Air Manager to configure Air Player. Once configured, Air Player can operate completely on it's own. This page will explain how to use Air Player.

For information on how to install Air Player, please go here.

If you are looking for the release notes for Air Player, go here.

Start Air Player

Air Player will automatically start once you start up your Raspberry Pi.

Configure Air Player

Air Player showing up in Air Manager

You can use Air Manager to configure Air Player.

Please see the Air Manager User Manual here for more information on how to configure Air Player.















Close Air Player

You can shutdown the Raspberry Pi from Air Manager. See here for more information.

The power LED on the Raspberry Pi will flash 5 times indicating that it is safe to turn off the power.

Info Don't shut down your Raspberry Pi by cutting it from it's power source!
This might corrupt the file system, making the Pi not boot up correctly.

Automatic update

Air Player will automatically update itself once you boot up your Raspberry Pi. Note that an internet connection is required for this feature to work.

Note that the update process might take a couple of minutes (depending on your internet speed). It will automatically show up your instruments once it is done.