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  1. #181

    Unhappy i have a problem

    that's the problem...
    when i use spotify with nothing in the directory, everything is good...i simply listen to the music from the computer
    but if i put in the folder dsound.dll and dsbridge.ini (version dsbridge-20090727-bin) and start spotify, as soon as i start play something, it crashes without any message...
    any idea? any help, please?
    thanks!
    i really appreciate all your efforts!

  2. #182

    DSBridge works well in Parallels on OSX

    In case people are searching for Spotify Streaming on OSX, I can confirm that Windows Spotify and DSBridge streaming works well in Parallels 4.

    With Coherence mode on, only the font and minimize positions give away it is not a native application.

    Thanks again to the author.

  3. #183
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    FLAC Progress

    Hi CHP

    I believe you were looking at converting the Ogg Vorbis stream to FLAC for onward streaming to our squeezethings, thus avoiding further losses. Any progress on this? I would probably take out a Premium sub if it can be done.

    Tks again for your work on this. Works great on my setup.

    Keith
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    Sorry, can't spare enough hours today for that 5 min job on the computer.

  4. #184
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    Quote Originally Posted by tme View Post
    i've not tried it - it's not necessary as you can just use waveinput &co.
    Using Wine under Linux works as long as you:

    1. Open up your linux firewall to allow traffic on TCP port 8124
    2. Install the dsound.dll and lame_enc.dll files in the Spotify directory as per the normal Windows installation.
    3. Under the libraries tab in winecfg, add "lame_enc" and "dsound" DLL libraries as "native, builtin" and apply.

    Hope that helps.

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    DSBridge - wine

    Hi there,

    I have also had the DSBridge-dll running under Wine - but only for a few secs. or maximum for one song (I did the same as omega12). Then it pops up with a http-error, and the controller just writes buffering.

    Anyone got a clue how to get this working with wine?

    Woodster

  6. #186
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    I have a problem!
    When spotify is in paus= i have dsbridge green ball
    But when i put spotify in playmode the green ball gets blue?
    please help me.. I have tried about 10 hours but i nevere get it to work..
    And when i play in squeezebox it stans connection timed out..
    Last edited by brandcore; 2009-09-08 at 04:13.

  7. #187
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    DSbridge works with Mediamonkey, too! :-)

    I just had to try it, and it works great!

    - I copied DSound.dll and dsbridge.ini into Program Files/MediaMonkey (lame_enc.dll was already there)
    - started Mediamonkey
    - started Squeecenter and tuned to http://_my_IP_:8124, pressed Play
    - Boom! The sound from MM directly to my stereo!

    OK, I get a 5-6 second delay after changing tracks in MM (versus 1-2 seconds from Spotify), and the sound dropped out once of twice while testing, but there's very little tweaking necessary to make this work, too!

    Fantastic! :-)

  8. #188
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    Smile HTTP error issues

    Quote Originally Posted by woodster View Post
    Hi there,

    I have also had the DSBridge-dll running under Wine - but only for a few secs. or maximum for one song (I did the same as omega12). Then it pops up with a http-error, and the controller just writes buffering.

    Anyone got a clue how to get this working with wine?

    Woodster
    I've also experienced this a few times and found that the following fixes variously work:

    1. Make sure that you only have one Spotify session running under linux.
    2. Make sure that TCP port 8124 is LISTENing (check via "netstat -na | grep 8124") in a terminal session. If you have any other entries other than just 1 LISTEN entry then either a duplicate or old session is also running. Close or kill any other sessions.
    3. Other than that reboot linux, as sometimes DSBRIDGE's http server just gets confused and needs a reset.

    Hope that helps.

  9. #189
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    Ubuntu, wine and dsbridge ...

    Hi,

    still having problems with wine, Spotify and dsbridge.

    I am running a single instance of Spotify, and tried to check with netstat - here I get than only one is set to LISTEN.

    What is there else to do? Does anyone have this running without any problems?

  10. #190
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    Connection time out

    Now i get the green ball but i hear nothing in my speakers.
    I only get Conection time out on my squeezebox all the time?
    Whats the problem??

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