If somebody can help or have an idea? Each time when I switch music source, it's saying "Updating Squeezebox firmware ?? Excuse me, but WTF?
Squeezebox Controller 7.2 r3191
Squeezebox Receiver 55
SqueezeCenter Version: 7.2.1 - 23630 @ Mon Oct 20 19:52:55 PDT 2008 - Red Hat - EN - utf8
Server IP address: 192.168.1.100
Perl Version: 5.10.0 i386-linux-thread-multi
MySQL Version: 5.0.45
Platform Architecture: i686-linux
Server Port Number: 9000
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2008-12-07, 14:30 #1
2008-12-07, 15:09 #2
There are several mentions of this in the forum. From what I have gathered, tt is a result of the recent SqueezeNetwork upgrade. It will stop when 7.3 comes out, or you can install a 7.3 beta now. Or avoid switching music sources until they get the firmware aligned.Sue
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2008-12-08, 10:42 #3
Why are you switching music source to SqueezeNetwork?
Unless you are turning off your computer, you should just access all your SqueezeNetwork services through SqueezeCenter.
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2008-12-08, 12:42 #4
2008-12-08, 15:42 #5
I don't want to open a new thread, so I'll post here. I'm experiencing a situation, which didn't happen before.
SB has a solid white light (music is playing from Shoutcast and I can hear it). On Squeeze Network account I see controller and reciver connected, I also see them both connected in my router. Now, the controller was in a cradle for about 3 hours and it was not shut down. I grabbed it and now it's connecting to a SB for more than 15min? What's wrong with this gadget?
EDIT: reseting controller helped, but this is....
2008-12-09, 12:25 #6
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2008-12-11, 10:36 #7
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"Why are you switching music source to SqueezeNetwork? Unless you are turning off your computer, you should just access all your SqueezeNetwork services through SqueezeCenter."
I don't get this... please school me. I have always had to "switch" in and out of my SqueezeCenter host to SqueezeNetwork just as the OP indicates...
This has been true for as long as I can remember.
Current configurationuet remote controller and an (2) SB3 classics. Running SqueezeCenter Version: 7.3 - 24179 @ Tue Dec 2 11:03:01 PST 2008 on a Windows 2003 server. (this is the first time that I am using a nightly version as opposed to the official release)
When I woke up the controller just now I was still connected to Squeeze Network from yesterday. Before doing anything, I checked firmware and there was an update available. I ran the update and the controller restarted.
I then "switched" over to my SqueezeCenter server. I got the following message: Updated software is available for this remote. It may take a few minutes to update to version 7.3r3476. So I applied THAT update and the controller restarted.
Now I can access my local library and basic internet streams as expected but there is no option for SqueezeNetwork. Never has been either.
Worse, I now had no SETTINGS option! The screen was blank... so I could not even change music sources if I wanted to! I was able to go to Choose Player and I selected my other SB3 classic. FWIW, the graphic on the remote shows the 2nd SB3 Classic as a Transporter! At least once I selected one or the other players... I was able to "see" settings again.
Then, because I CANNOT see / find SqueezeNetwork, I went to settings / Music Source / and selected SqueezeNetwork. When I checked Settings / Advanced / Software Updaste I get the message: Updated software is available for this remote. It may take a few minutes to update to version 7.3r3191 which I guess is older than my nightly from December 2nd?
If 7.3 were officially released then I guess I could test this with a bit less confusion (any updated release info?)
So Updating to 7.3x nightly does not seem like a good idea, but neither does the problems I had with 7.2
2008-12-11, 11:54 #8
Well, again some problems. Controller was in the cradle the whole day and I just picked it up and it crashed.
It lost wifi connection, restarted itself. After that all my settings were gone. Alerted me about an update, I confirmed it. Update was not successful . It restared itself again.
On SN I see that controller is not connected, while my router shows me it is? Music from SC is playing? I can't connect to SN or my localhost.
I'm still running FW 7.2 r3191 and by the way, for the past 2 days everything was working great.
2008-12-26, 12:39 #9
So, with no reason I have again the same problems like with SC 7.2. When I switch to localhost, it needs 20s and again it's saying on the controller-updating firmware? I'm running the latest, stable one, 7.3.
Does anyone have the same problem?
2008-12-26, 12:56 #10
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I'm not really sure which firmware version SN requires right now, but FYI the latest stable SC is 7.3.1, not 7.3.