Sometimes I think that the various manufacturing runs of Raspberry Pi throw up different little quirks and problems that some observe but others don't.
After being very happy with version 5, I took the plunge and installed Version 6. Initially thought I had made a bad mistake when playback was noisy and stuttery with Squeezelite, but after reading this forum became aware of the buffers setting. I increased it to medium and hey presto everything works.
So much so that I set up another Pi this time using that little DAC you recommended for a Christmas present and voila, great clear sound now going into and coming out of my stereo! Now I just need to find a sexy enclosure for it as I don't like the DAC circuitry being exposed to the world.
A couple of strange things though that may be of use to somebody. I have one of those nano wifi adapters I picked up from Maplins and it worked first time without issue.
My second box uses a Sitecom WL-113 wifi dongle with a zd1211rw chipset. I had set up this box with a wired line initially so didn't realise there was a problem. Although this adapter worked with version 5 and all versions of Raspian and Debian previously it wasn't being recognised by Squeezeplug 6 for some reason. I performed a re-install and same problem. Hehmm. Remembering what I had to do years ago on a different box I followed the instructions on http://wiki.debian.org/zd1211rw
and downloaded the firmware and immediately it started working again. So easy fix but might cause some to scratch their heads.
The second thing is to remind people when using your setup program that selections with radio buttons usually need to be focused with the space bar before hitting return. I don't know how many times I didn't do that trying to setup my attached USB drive!
Speaking of which, I think there may be a slight problem when you change the name of a Squeezeplug after you have established your music shares. I think /etc/fstab still points to the initial path name afterwards. Easily corrected by entering setup again and re-establishing the link.
Thanks once again for your great work. A small donation is on it's way to you.
Next up: getting a two line LCD display to show now playing etc and alsaequal to give a bit more oomph for small speaker setups.