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    Quote Originally Posted by 41nick View Post
    also, there is no change in bandwidth usage before, during or after a playback stall as it rebuffers...
    Do you have the ialibs32 or whats it called for 32bit compatibility on ubuntu installed ! a lot of transcoding and stuff won't work otherwise
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mnyb View Post
    Do you have the ialibs32 or whats it called for 32bit compatibility on ubuntu installed ! a lot of transcoding and stuff won't work otherwise
    ia32-libs - yes

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    Quote Originally Posted by Triode View Post
    Rebuffering just means the audio output is paused while more audio arrives - so I wouldn't expect this. It is definately worth testing with a local playback application on the server.
    My server is running Ubuntu Server, which has no GUI (or anything very much). Can you suggest a test to try on this system?

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    Ok -- I have installed squeezeslave and plugged some speakers into the server in the basement (had to unplug the freeze to do this).

    I can now play music from my library fine, but when I try to play from spotify, I get the following error in the log:


    [12-05-12 17:32:08.1175] Plugins::Spotify::ProtocolHandler::new (57) Spotify client not supported: squeezeslave

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    Quote Originally Posted by 41nick View Post
    Ok -- I have installed squeezeslave and plugged some speakers into the server in the basement (had to unplug the freeze to do this).

    I can now play music from my library fine, but when I try to play from spotify, I get the following error in the log:


    [12-05-12 17:32:08.1175] Plugins::Spotify::ProtocolHandler::new (57) Spotify client not supported: squeezeslave
    Needs to be softsqueeze or squeezeplay - squeezeslave is not supported.

    Can you instally on another machine and prove it works - then its something specific to this server?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Triode View Post
    Needs to be softsqueeze or squeezeplay - squeezeslave is not supported.

    Can you instally on another machine and prove it works - then its something specific to this server?
    Ok -- couldn't get softsqueeze to work with your plugin on the server -- it would play from the library ok, but spotify wouldn't play, and kept puttling the message "bad player (-5)" in the log

    However, I installed squeezeserver (7.7) along with your plugin (2.2.5) on my laptop (linux mint 12) and everything appears fine. So I am assuming that there is some incompatibility with Ubuntu server 12.04.

    Does this help?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 41nick View Post
    Ok -- couldn't get softsqueeze to work with your plugin on the server -- it would play from the library ok, but spotify wouldn't play, and kept puttling the message "bad player (-5)" in the log

    However, I installed squeezeserver (7.7) along with your plugin (2.2.5) on my laptop (linux mint 12) and everything appears fine. So I am assuming that there is some incompatibility with Ubuntu server 12.04.

    Does this help?

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    I'm running ubuntu server 12.04 - but the 32 bit version - can't see what is wrong...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Triode View Post
    I'm running ubuntu server 12.04 - but the 32 bit version - can't see what is wrong...
    Thanks for looking

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    Quote Originally Posted by 41nick View Post
    Triode

    However, since making this post, think that I have solved the issue. I noticed that the helper application was spotifydnoflac64, and I tried installing flac (apt-get install flac) and restarting. This appeared to ease the problem (rebuffering started after 3 minutes rather than about 15 seconds).
    After having installed flac, did you reinstall the spotify plugin? I did and the helper app actually changed from spotifydnoflac64 to spotifyd64.
    I ran the self test afterwards and it passed the 'streaming to player' part for the first time ever

    I will play some music and keep you posted.

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    My Duet has been playing all day without any interrupts.

    My system: Logitech Media Server Version 7.7.3 on Ubuntu Server 12.04 64-bits.

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