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SpiderJon
2018-04-02, 11:37
I'm running

Logitech Media Server Version: 7.9.0 - 1488878280

Operating system: FreeNAS/SlimNAS v2.0.2

on FreeNAS 0.7.2 Sabanda (revision 8191)

When trying to play some things via the BBCiPlayerExtra v.0.0.2 plugin I'm now getting errors like


There was an error loading the remote feed for : (Can't connect to https URL lack of IO::Socket::SSL: https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b006tnwp/episodes/player.inc?page=1)


System log extract attached.

What do I need to do to fix things?

Many TIA.

SpiderJon
2018-04-02, 12:41
P.S.

I'm running

Logitech Media Server Version: 7.9.0 - 1488878280



I have just tried updating to Logitech Media Server 7.9.1 - 1522249619 but am still getting the same problem.

W0153R
2018-04-02, 14:42
It's the Perl (the language LMS is written in) module you're missing, something that you should compile or install, I don't know what is available on SlimNAS...

mherger
2018-04-02, 23:42
> Operating system: FreeNAS/SlimNAS v2.0.2 >
> on FreeNAS 0.7.2 Sabanda (revision 8191)

Wow... This must have been in place for years without updated?... You'd
have to build that perl module yourself. Which would require a setup of
FreeBSD 6 (IIRC). Really, this is ancient... Maybe get a Pi to run LMS?

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Michael

SpiderJon
2018-04-03, 04:07
Many thanks for the reply.

> Operating system: FreeNAS/SlimNAS v2.0.2 >
> on FreeNAS 0.7.2 Sabanda (revision 8191)

Wow... This must have been in place for years without updated?... You'd
have to build that perl module yourself. Which would require a setup of
FreeBSD 6 (IIRC). Really, this is ancient... Maybe get a Pi to run LMS?


I've stayed at FreeNAS 0.7.2 because (afaik) it's the last release of FreeNAS on which I can run SlimNAS (as per info on your page at http://www.herger.net/slim/detail.php@nr=1026)

Any pointers on my best option for a different (free) NAS, using the same hardware, on which I can run LMS would be very much welcomed.

Thanks.

mherger
2018-04-03, 06:57
> Any pointers on my best option for a different (free) NAS, using the
> same hardware, on which I can run LMS would be very much welcomed.

Why not get a Pi3+ for LMS, and leave the files where they are?

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Michael

SpiderJon
2018-04-03, 07:22
To support you with some information, we should know something about that Hardware first....

Good point :-)

It's a 3.40GHz Pentium 4(HT) with 3GB of RAM. (No particular reason for the choice other than it was spare box.)

At present it boots off a USB with FreeNAS on, so the HDD could just be swapped to another set up.

d6jg
2018-04-03, 11:18
Good point :-)

It's a 3.40GHz Pentium 4(HT) with 3GB of RAM. (No particular reason for the choice other than it was spare box.)

At present it boots off a USB with FreeNAS on, so the HDD could just be swapped to another set up.

Is it actually used as a NAS as well as LMS and if so what file sharing protocols do you need? Samba, NFS, FTP etc

SpiderJon
2018-04-03, 12:54
Is it actually used as a NAS as well as LMS and if so what file sharing protocols do you need? Samba, NFS, FTP etc

Yes, it's used as a general purpose NAS as well. I currently just use SMB and DNLA.

The two functions (LMS and NAS) could be separated though.

d6jg
2018-04-04, 00:51
Yes, it's used as a general purpose NAS as well. I currently just use SMB and DNLA.

The two functions (LMS and NAS) could be separated though.

You have lots of options then.
The simplest approach is to leave the NAS as it is but stop running LMS on it and instead get a Raspberry Pi & piCorePlayer and configure it as an LMS server and point it at the files on the NAS.
Alternatively if you want to keep a one box option then you could install a number of different flavours of Linux that will support the latest LMS. Debian for example or if you want the box as Media Server then one of Daphile or Vortexbox may be more suitable.
However your existing disk may be formatted with ZFS which won't be readable by other flavours of Linux without some work. The Pi will see it OK via SMB.
One other word of warning if you decide to use the existing box and intend to run Spotty on LMS. The box needs to be 64bit. Spotty won't run on 32bit architecture.

SpiderJon
2018-04-04, 01:40
You have lots of options then.
The simplest approach is to leave the NAS as it is but stop running LMS on it and instead get a Raspberry Pi & piCorePlayer and configure it as an LMS server and point it at the files on the NAS.
Alternatively if you want to keep a one box option then you could install a number of different flavours of Linux that will support the latest LMS. Debian for example or if you want the box as Media Server then one of Daphile or Vortexbox may be more suitable.
However your existing disk may be formatted with ZFS which won't be readable by other flavours of Linux without some work. The Pi will see it OK via SMB.
One other word of warning if you decide to use the existing box and intend to run Spotty on LMS. The box needs to be 64bit. Spotty won't run on 32bit architecture.

Many thanks d6jg.

I'm liking the idea of a Raspberry Pi, as also suggested by mherger.