Phil Thomson | 9 Sep 19:50 2005
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Can't start gnump3d in Mac OS X

I've followed the instructions for making a gnump3d startup item in
Mac OS X, but it doesn't seem to work. When I run the command "sudo
SystemStarter start gnump3d" I get no feedback or error message or
anything, but when I go to localhost:8888 in my browser i get
"connection refused". OS X's firewall is turned off, so that's not
what's blocking the connection. Thanks in advance for any help.

PT

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Mezlo | 11 Sep 23:12 2005

gnump3d still indexes with "disable_tag_cache = 1"

I've been cleaning up my ID3 tags so have "disable_tag_cache = 1" set 
in my gnump3d.conf. However, I noticed that gnump3d still calls 
gnump3d-index on startup unless you specify "--fast". If the tag 
cache is disabled, is there any point in indexing during startup?

Mezlo
Steve Kemp | 12 Sep 04:49 2005
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Re: gnump3d still indexes with "disable_tag_cache = 1"

On Sun, Sep 11, 2005 at 04:12:28PM -0500, Mezlo wrote:
> I've been cleaning up my ID3 tags so have "disable_tag_cache = 1" set 
> in my gnump3d.conf. However, I noticed that gnump3d still calls 
> gnump3d-index on startup unless you specify "--fast". If the tag 
> cache is disabled, is there any point in indexing during startup?

  None I guess.

  Fixed in CVS now thanks, along with a small bug.  (Previously
 running with '--quiet' also disabled the indexing on startup instead
 of just supressing the message about it.)

Steve
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Mezlo | 12 Sep 05:48 2005

Wide character in print at /usr/bin/gnump3d-index line 445.

I'm running gnuMP3d 2.9.5 on CentOS 4.1 and Perl 5.8.5. When I index 
my MP3s, I see a lot of the above warning. Searching Google, this is 
apparently related to how Perl 5.8 handles unicode. A suggestion for 
Mime-Defang was to add "use bytes;" before and "no bytes;" after the 
offending line. I did this and the warnings went away. However, since 
I don't know what files were causing the warning, I can't test to see 
if everything still works or not.

My question is, is this really the correct way to remove the 
warnings? Since I don't know what "use bytes;" truly does, I don't 
know how it may affect the output.

Mezlo

PS - I was using "Tag & Rename" to edit my ID3 tags and had the 
"Write unicode data into ID3v2 tags" option enabled so this warning 
being related to unicode makes sense. I've now disabled this option 
but don't really want to go back and re-edit what I've already done.
Leutnant Steiner | 13 Sep 01:53 2005
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some things i got along whith ....

first of all .. thank you for putting this sotware under gnu-license.
everything works great.  if my programming skills become usable i'd
like to do some addons :) ...... while playing around with it saw...
that it'l still need some time .... so i need help .. please.

i'm running gnump3d v2.9.4  on GNU/SuseLinux 9.1 i586  kernel
2.6.4-52-default ,  the machine has 2 NIC'S. One with private adress
192.168.. the other on officialip.

noticed, connections(listeners) from internal network are not seen in
"whats currently playing" - stats ... but in "recently played" stats
they are shown ...

 can anyone accnowledge this behavior ?

________________

anyone knows a good link for extensions/plugins ?

# searchin for a "honoring system"  --- thinking of ..... a listener
can upload ..via ftp ... the files can be rated ,  the uploader gets 
"honor-points" ..  honored-users are... never "downsampled" or ..... 
if bandwith problems have tó be solved, a user with no credit may get
disiconnected .....

# need to check if user-names are used from different ip's / at the
same time ....

____________________
last question .. but as important as the first.....   
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Zach Trexler | 15 Sep 03:48 2005

Random Selection broken


http://orangerobot.com/image/gnump3d-error-step1.jpg
http://orangerobot.com/image/gnump3d-error-step2.jpg

Hopefully this explains what I'm seeing.  I'm using v2.9.5
Ian Barton | 16 Sep 12:31 2005

Installing on a Linksys NSLU2

I am trying to install on a Linksys NSLU2 running Unslung Firmware. I
have the following perl installed:

# perl -version

This is perl, v5.8.6 built for armv5b-linux

Copyright 1987-2004, Larry Wall

When I run make I get the following errors:

# make debug
System information:
  I am root on linksys

  This is Linux

Installation options:
    Binary directory  : /usr/bin
    Man page directory: /usr/man/man1
    Template directory: /usr/share/gnump3d
Use of uninitialized value in pattern match (m//) at bin/getlibdir line 63.
Use of uninitialized value in print at bin/getlibdir line 67.
    Plugin directory  : /gnump3d/plugins
Use of uninitialized value in pattern match (m//) at bin/getlibdir line 63.
Use of uninitialized value in print at bin/getlibdir line 67.
    Language directory: /gnump3d/lang
#

This corresponds to the following code:
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Steve Kemp | 16 Sep 14:19 2005
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Re: Installing on a Linksys NSLU2

On Fri, Sep 16, 2005 at 11:31:30AM +0100, Ian Barton wrote:

> I am trying to install on a Linksys NSLU2 running Unslung Firmware. I
> have the following perl installed:

  Interesting application ..

> I would guess that this is because $dirs doesn't contain anything. Any
> suggestions as to how to troubleshoot this?

  The intention of this code is to print out a suitable directory already 
 contained within your compiled perl's include path.

  On my host it results in:

/usr/share/perl5

  To be honest given your minimal environment I'd probably change
 bin/getlibdir to be *completely*

---
#!/usr/bin/perl

print "/usr/share/perl5";
---

  All you need is a single directory which is on the perl include
 path - you can print this out by running:

	 perl -e 'for my $i (  <at> INC ) { print $i . "\n"; }';
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Ian Barton | 16 Sep 18:13 2005

Re: Installing on a Linksys NSLU2

Steve,

Thanks. My include paths are:

# perl -e 'for my $i (  <at> INC ) { print $i . "\n"; }';
/opt/lib/perl5/5.8.6/armv5b-linux
/opt/lib/perl5/5.8.6
/opt/lib/perl5/site_perl/5.8.6/armv5b-linux
/opt/lib/perl5/site_perl/5.8.6
/opt/lib/perl5/site_perl

I chose /opt/lib/perl5/site_perl. It installed OK and now serving files!
I'll put something about this in the NSLU2 wiki, as there was a request
there to get gnump3d running under Unslung.

Best wishes,

Ian.

Steve Kemp wrote:
>   To be honest given your minimal environment I'd probably change
>  bin/getlibdir to be *completely*
> 
> ---
> #!/usr/bin/perl
> 
> print "/usr/share/perl5";
> ---
C. Menge | 20 Sep 11:14 2005
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[Patch] Fixed wrong playlength in generated playlist files

In playlist files generated on the fly by GNUmp3d, all playlength values
are off by a factor of 60.
I did a little research and found the reason in tagcache.pm, where the
values for seconds, minutes and hours are multiplied by 60 once too often.

The attached patch fixes that - I hereby apply for CVS-checkin :-)

      Cédric
386,388c386,388
< 	    $length = ( $secs * 60 ) +
< 	              ( $mins * 60 * 60 ) +
< 	              ( $hours * 60 * 60 * 60 );
---
> 	    $length = ( $secs) +
> 	              ( $mins * 60 ) +
> 	              ( $hours * 3600 );
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