Ahmed Osman | 1 May 07:27 2007

gnump3d displays absolute directories in url.

Hi everyone,

I have gnump3d 2.8 running on Ubuntu Feisty Fawn. I have it running and 
streaming music without any trouble. However when I try to stream videos, I 
run into issue.

When I click on a link for music, I have it as such:

http://localhost:8888/Music/Brad%20Sucks/Brad_Sucks_-_Borderline_%28Stutterbug_Mix%29.mp3

However, when I click a link for a video, it displays it with the absolute 
directory:

http://localhost:8888/usr/local/media/Movies/Trailers/tmnt-tlr2_h1080p.mov

Is there a option in the configuration I'm missing? Or is this a bug? When I 
remove the directory /usr/local/media, I'm able to play it without and 
trouble.

I have it setup to use media as a central folder, and then the two folders 
Music and Movies are symbolic links. I tried pointing directly to Movies, but 
experienced the same problem.

Any help would be greatly appreciated :)

-Ahmed Osman
Steve Kemp | 1 May 10:38 2007
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Re: gnump3d displays absolute directories in url.

On Mon, Apr 30, 2007 at 10:27:20PM -0700, Ahmed Osman wrote:

> I have gnump3d 2.8 running on Ubuntu Feisty Fawn. I have it running and 
> streaming music without any trouble. However when I try to stream videos, I 
> run into issue.

> However, when I click a link for a video, it displays it with the absolute 
> directory:
> 
> http://localhost:8888/usr/local/media/Movies/Trailers/tmnt-tlr2_h1080p.mov

> Is there a option in the configuration I'm missing? Or is this a bug? When I 
> remove the directory /usr/local/media, I'm able to play it without and 
> trouble.

  It is a bug.  Fixed in the 2.9final release.

  Patch available via the Debian bug tracker:

  http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=394370;msg=10;filename=movies.diff;att=1

> Any help would be greatly appreciated :)

  Upgrade / persuade Ubuntu to upgrade.

Steve
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Linux Advocate | 2 May 06:57 2007
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Re: gnump3d displays absolute directories in url.

Steve, slightly degressing here but still relevant. I
think my earlier case where the cpu utilization was
high was maybe due to mandriva package itself , v
2.9.4.

Could we just replace the bin files with the files
from 2.9.final. i dont want to lose the the logrotate
/ chkconfig functionality that comes with the mandriva
rpms.

i.e. could we just compile gnump3d from source and
then
copy out the bin files manually and overwrite the
existing 2.9.4s?

thanx,
marco

--- Steve Kemp <steve@...> wrote:

> On Mon, Apr 30, 2007 at 10:27:20PM -0700, Ahmed
> Osman wrote:
> 
> > I have gnump3d 2.8 running on Ubuntu Feisty Fawn.
> I have it running and 
> > streaming music without any trouble. However when
> I try to stream videos, I 
> > run into issue.
> 
> > However, when I click a link for a video, it
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Steve Kemp | 2 May 11:03 2007
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Re: gnump3d displays absolute directories in url.

On Tue, May 01, 2007 at 09:57:25PM -0700, Linux Advocate wrote:
> Steve, slightly degressing here but still relevant. I
> think my earlier case where the cpu utilization was
> high was maybe due to mandriva package itself , v
> 2.9.4.
> 
> 
> Could we just replace the bin files with the files
> from 2.9.final. i dont want to lose the the logrotate
> / chkconfig functionality that comes with the mandriva
> rpms.

   I don't know - since I'm not a mandrake user and
  I don't know what changes they make.
  I'd suggest try it and see.

Steve
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Ahmed Osman | 2 May 23:52 2007

Re: gnump3d displays absolute directories in url.

On Tuesday 01 May 2007 1:38:17 am Steve Kemp wrote:
> On Mon, Apr 30, 2007 at 10:27:20PM -0700, Ahmed Osman wrote:
> > I have gnump3d 2.8 running on Ubuntu Feisty Fawn. I have it running and
> > streaming music without any trouble. However when I try to stream videos,
> > I run into issue.
> >
> > However, when I click a link for a video, it displays it with the
> > absolute directory:
> >
> > http://localhost:8888/usr/local/media/Movies/Trailers/tmnt-tlr2_h1080p.mo
> >v
> >
> > Is there a option in the configuration I'm missing? Or is this a bug?
> > When I remove the directory /usr/local/media, I'm able to play it without
> > and trouble.
>
>   It is a bug.  Fixed in the 2.9final release.
>
>   Patch available via the Debian bug tracker:
>
>  
> http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=394370;msg=10;filename=mov
>ies.diff;att=1
>
> > Any help would be greatly appreciated :)
>
>   Upgrade / persuade Ubuntu to upgrade.
>
> Steve

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Marty Huntzberry | 3 May 02:12 2007
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Newly added mp3s??

I've updated to gnump3d-2.9final on a Linux box.  I've gone through the themes and didn't see a link to
"Recently Added MP3s".  Is there a script I
could put into a HTML page that would find all the files with a "new" beside them?

Marty

Visit my media server: http://linuxhippy.servemp3.com:8001/
Linux Advocate | 3 May 05:04 2007
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live audio streaming

Hi,

 Can we stream live audio with gnump3d? i cant seem to
find any howto on this..

Any pointers?

thanx,
marco

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Markus Drexelius | 3 May 07:15 2007
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blank page as result when accessing the root of gnump3d-server

Hi,

I am running ubuntu 7.04 and I have installed gnump3d for testing.

I have modified it so it listens to port 80.

When I try to access the server from my webbrowser (e.g. 
http://192.168.1.1), only a blank white page comes back as result. When 
I enter an URL that doesn't exist (e.g. http://192.168.1.1/xyz) the 
correct webpage of gnump3d with the default theme is displayed with the 
error message:

"The requested file /xyz couldn't be found. Please try returning to the 
index."

When I click to "index" (--> http://192.168.1.1) the blank page is 
displayed again.

When I click on "Random Selection" for example, my MP3-files are 
displayed and I can access them...

There is no error in the error log:
> Set-Cookie: theme=Tabular;path=/; expires=Mon, 10-Mar-08 14:36:42 GMT;
> 
> Header: HTTP/1.0 200 OK
> Connection: close
> Server: GNUMP3d 2.9.9.1
> Content-type: text/html
> Pragma: no-cache
> Cache-control: no-cache
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Marty Huntzberry | 3 May 12:07 2007
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Re: blank page as result when accessing the root of gnump3d-server

Are you using a router?  My Westell router had to first be setup to enable
Shoutcast streaming...this is on a range of ports which included 8001.  I then
specified gnump3d to use port 8001.

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Marty Huntzberry | 3 May 12:09 2007
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Re: live audio streaming

Do you mean live as in radio live?

I've only used gnump3d to stream pre-recorded mp3 files.

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Gmane