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  1. #21
    Quote Originally Posted by peter View Post
    Robin Bowes wrote:
    > Peter wrote:
    >
    >
    >> I've 'compiled' this version with perlapp from the Activestate Perl PDK.
    >> The resulting executable is a probably bit easier to user for the average
    >> SB user. You can put it up on the Net-UDAP page if you want.
    >>
    >> http://slim2lirc.myown.mailcan.com/udap_shell_1_0_0.exe
    >>

    >
    > Thanks for this.
    >
    > Any idea about the licensing implications? i.e. is it freely distributable?
    >


    I have a license for the compiler, so I can distribute the executable.
    That means I can share it with anyone I want. That's fairly standard for
    compilers. Perlapp isn't really a compiler though. It bundles the Perl
    compiler and the libraries used inside the exe-package and unpacks it
    all before running. That's why you'll notice that the start up time is
    slower because of the unpacking.

    I know the Logitech guys use perlapp for packaging SqueezeCenter, so
    they could have packed it for you too. Even better, they could also make
    an OS-X executable.

    Regards,
    Peter
    hello! I used the udap_sshell.exe-tool but my SQB won▀t work.- No ethernet direct an no wlan.
    My conf. looks so:

    UDAP [1] (squeezebox 173046)> list
    bridging: 0
    hostname:
    interface: 0
    lan_gateway: 192.168.0.1
    lan_ip_mode: 0
    lan_network_address: 192.168.0.19
    lan_subnet_mask: 255.255.255.0
    primary_dns: 192.168.0.1
    secondary_dns: 0.0.0.0
    server_address: 0.0.0.0
    squeezecenter_address: 192.168.0.8
    squeezecenter_name:
    wireless_SSID: TIT4N
    wireless_channel: 3
    wireless_keylen: 1
    wireless_mode: 0
    wireless_region_id: 14
    wireless_wep_key_0:
    wireless_wep_key_1: examplekey1111111
    wireless_wep_key_2:
    wireless_wep_key_3:
    wireless_wep_on: 0
    wireless_wpa_cipher: 3
    wireless_wpa_mode: 0
    wireless_wpa_on: 1
    wireless_wpa_psk:

    I┤m nerved, because i DOM┤T NO WHERE is the problem. logitech wil not help, becaquse the tool is not supported.- they will sell their controller.
    regards a┤nd thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by TKSQB View Post
    wireless_SSID: TIT4N
    wireless_channel: 3
    wireless_keylen: 1
    wireless_mode: 0
    wireless_region_id: 14
    wireless_wep_key_0:
    wireless_wep_key_1: examplekey1111111
    wireless_wep_key_2:
    wireless_wep_key_3:
    wireless_wep_on: 0
    wireless_wpa_cipher: 3
    wireless_wpa_mode: 0
    wireless_wpa_on: 1
    wireless_wpa_psk:
    Looks like you have turned on WPA (wireless_wpa_on: 1), but not set a WPA key (PSK), and set a WEP key, but not turned on WEP (wireless_wep_on: 0). Was that intentional?

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    I noticed an oddity: I have multiple network interfaces; I note that the shell only sends the UDP broadcast out over the first interface.

    If the SBR happens to be on another interface, the SBR never sees the broadcast.

    I had to bring down my other interfaces, leaving only the SBR network up, in order for it to work.

  4. #24
    Hello!
    Thanks to All. Now I┤ve found out the errors and it works fine without controller.
    Regards

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    @Peter

    I'm not sure how to add WEP key using your udap_shell_1_0_0.exe.
    On Net-UDAP site:
    http://projects.robinbowes.com/Net-U...#January212009
    I can read:
    "I just committed a change that switches to hex entry for WEP keys. This simply means that instead of entering a hex key like this: abcd, you should now enter it like this: 61626364."

    How to add WEP key using this exe (hex or plain text)?

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    I've done it. It works fine :-)
    I configured my receiver to use DHCP (via WiFi) but now (from some reasons) I have to change its settings.
    Can I change this to static IP doing it the same way as at the beginning?
    Do I have to reset my squeezebox to original state before I start?

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    NAS/SBR/Ipeng/Net::UDAP?

    I'm definitely a novice and apologize in advance if I'm asking this question in the wrong place or if it has been covered elsewhere - I've certainly looked for an answer, but haven't found one that seemed on point. I'm considering getting an SBR (w/out SBC), using NAS running SC on an onboard Ubuntu system and controlled w/ ipeng on ipod touch to feed music stored on the NAS to my stereo without having my computer on. Wondering if anyone has experience/pointers before I make the plunge. Should I expect any issues setting up SBR on my laptop with Net::UDAP, identifying the SBR through SC running on my NAS (connected to SBR by ethernet through router) and using ipeng as controller using the router's wifi (rather than P2P with the SBR) even when my laptop is off? I assume once my SBR is set up, any devices running SC (such as my NAS) will be able to find it, but not sure.

    Any thoughts would be appreciated.

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    Net::UDAP - SqueezeBox Receiver configuration tool

    mirhon wrote:
    > I've done it. It works fine :-)
    > I configured my receiver to use DHCP (via WiFi) but now (from some
    > reasons) I have to change its settings.
    > Can I change this to static IP doing it the same way as at the
    > beginning?
    > Do I have to reset my squeezebox to original state before I start?


    I think you do.

    In my experience, the SB will only respond to the UDAP discovery if the
    SB is in its config state, i.e. slow flashing red LED.

    cheers,
    calum.

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    Net::UDAP - SqueezeBox Receiver configuration tool

    loafsta wrote:
    > I'm definitely a novice and apologize in advance if I'm asking this
    > question in the wrong place or if it has been covered elsewhere - I've
    > certainly looked for an answer, but haven't found one that seemed on
    > point. I'm considering getting an SBR (w/out SBC), using NAS running
    > SC


    that's a NAS appliance?

    > on an onboard Ubuntu system


    how does this relate to the NAS? Or is the NAS box itself running Ubuntu?

    > and controlled w/ ipeng on ipod touch to
    > feed music stored on the NAS to my stereo without having my computer on.


    that should be fine.

    > Should I expect any issues setting up SBR on my laptop with Net::UDAP,


    That should be fine. You need to connect the SBR via wired ethernet
    initially, however, in order to configure it via Net::UDAP. Once
    configured, it can be wired or wifi, of course.

    > identifying the SBR through SC running on my NAS (connected to SBR by
    > ethernet through router) and using ipeng as controller using the
    > router's wifi (rather than P2P with the SBR) even when my laptop is
    > off?


    That should be fine. Note that iPeng connects to SC itself, never to the
    SBR, so as long as iPeng can connect to SC on the NAS, via wifi, and SC
    can also connect to the SBR - via either wired or wifi - then you should
    be fine.

    > I assume once my SBR is set up, any devices running SC (such as
    > my NAS) will be able to find it, but not sure.


    do you really intend to have multiple devices running SC? Normally,
    you'd have one, and control it from other PCs, iPeng, SBC, etc.

    Having multiple SC instances, even sharing a data backend, just means
    extra sets of settings to administer.

    cheers,
    calum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cdmackay View Post
    loafsta wrote:
    > I'm definitely a novice and apologize in advance if I'm asking this
    > question in the wrong place or if it has been covered elsewhere - I've
    > certainly looked for an answer, but haven't found one that seemed on
    > point. I'm considering getting an SBR (w/out SBC), using NAS running
    > SC


    that's a NAS appliance?

    > on an onboard Ubuntu system


    how does this relate to the NAS? Or is the NAS box itself running Ubuntu?

    > and controlled w/ ipeng on ipod touch to
    > feed music stored on the NAS to my stereo without having my computer on.


    that should be fine.

    > Should I expect any issues setting up SBR on my laptop with Net::UDAP,


    That should be fine. You need to connect the SBR via wired ethernet
    initially, however, in order to configure it via Net::UDAP. Once
    configured, it can be wired or wifi, of course.

    > identifying the SBR through SC running on my NAS (connected to SBR by
    > ethernet through router) and using ipeng as controller using the
    > router's wifi (rather than P2P with the SBR) even when my laptop is
    > off?


    That should be fine. Note that iPeng connects to SC itself, never to the
    SBR, so as long as iPeng can connect to SC on the NAS, via wifi, and SC
    can also connect to the SBR - via either wired or wifi - then you should
    be fine.

    > I assume once my SBR is set up, any devices running SC (such as
    > my NAS) will be able to find it, but not sure.


    do you really intend to have multiple devices running SC? Normally,
    you'd have one, and control it from other PCs, iPeng, SBC, etc.

    Having multiple SC instances, even sharing a data backend, just means
    extra sets of settings to administer.

    cheers,
    calum.
    Thanks for the input, Calum. The NAS does run SC using an onboard Ubuntu system. Sounds like I should be able to make this work if I can just work my way through Net::UDAP - which may be no small feat for me. You are correct that I'm not going to use multiple devices running SC - I was just making the distinction between setting up the SBR through my laptop, then finding the SBR with another networked device (the NAS). No doubt I'll be back here bugging you for pointers when this all goes awry!

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