You won't see a specific button for the squeezebox/squeezeslave. But the room to which you have assigned it will now have an "Audio" button on the media row of the orbiter screen.
In your case you have assigned it to "Control Room" - select that room on your orbiter, then press Audio, now when you select a track to play you will hear it from the output specified, in your case output 17.
Thanks for the above help. I did just that and now I have a Audio button on the orbiter of which I can select an audio track (Ripped Music) but still nothing comes out of the audio port! Again, if I go to my Squeezeslave On The Core at http://192.168.0.191:9000
, the SqueezeBox Server comes up in the browser and I can select any Radio Station and it will output the sound out of the assigned audio port and that works great so I know the squeezeslave is setup correctly.
There is something else wrong in my setup because LinuxMCE is not streaming it correctly to the squeezeslave on the core. What am I missing?
My LinuxMCE SqueezeBox Player, which is using the Template "SqueezeBox Player #58" is as follows:
Device Template SqueezeBox Player #58
Device Template Comments
This device is controlled via Slim Server Streamer
Room Backyard Music
Entertain areas Back Yard Music
Manually Configure EA
MAC Address 00:00:00:00:00:01
Ignore On/Off On Off:
Use 5 second pings to ensure connection stays alive.
It seams that Squeezeslave is working on the core, SqueezeBox Player is working but the Slim Server Streamer may be the problem and I can't seam to figure it out.