I’ve just upgraded my Rhasspy Docker installation from 2.4.20 to 2.5.0, and it appears the audio detection has stopped working.
My setup is:
Rapsberry Pi 4B running Raspbian Buster
Rhasspy 2.5.0 under Docker
Porcupine wake word detection
When I say the wake word, I don’t get any errors in the log - just no response at all. If I use the microphone test button, then 3 debug messages are logged - again, though, no errors.
If I click the Wake Up button on the voice assistant home page, then I get the “Listening for command” pop-up, but it doesn’t respond to anything I say, and eventually times out. So I guess that no audio input is getting through to Rhasspy at all.
If I revert to 2.4.20, then the audio starts working again.
Can anyone suggest what might be happening, or how I might get some diagnostics?
Rhasspy 2.4 works with device 4. 2.5 doesn’t offer as many options. If I click the Test button at 2.5 it appears to be ok with 0 or 2, but neither choice actually delivers a wake word or any audio input.
Perhaps the same problem, which is described in this issue?:
Mine: No Beeps, no Wakeword, if I select external MQTT with non standard port.
Solution: I have installed an extra Mosquitto-Broker on the Rhasspy-Raspi and choose external MQTT, but with the IP-Adress of the Rhasspy