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Neil Cameron
2005-03-10, 03:07
I thought I'd give Moodlogic and the plug-in a bash - are there any simple
instruction anywhere on how to install and activate it all?

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Neil

kdf
2005-03-10, 03:13
Quoting Neil Cameron <ncameron (AT) msn (DOT) com>:

> I thought I'd give Moodlogic and the plug-in a bash - are there any simple
> instruction anywhere on how to install and activate it all?
>
see the MoodLogic website http://www.moodlogic.com/ for details on installing
and activating songs.

after you install and reboot, slimserver should detect the presence of the COM
object to communication with moodlogic. server settings should should an
option to "use moodlogic". check server settings->plugins to make sure
moodlogic is enabled if you can't see it. you'll get a new server settings tab
and it will import the data, and give you new links in the browse modes when it
finda ctive content.

All of this requires running the server on Windows, and song activation is only
a limited number of tracks with the free download version of Moodlogic.

-kdf

Neil Cameron
2005-03-10, 03:26
That's very helpful; I'll give it a go.
Just one follow-up, when you say "running the server on Windows" do you mean
as a Windows Service?

--
Neil


"kdf" <slim-mail (AT) deane-freeman (DOT) com> wrote in
message news:1110449587.42301db3a0fd6 (AT) callisto (DOT) deane-freeman.com...
Quoting Neil Cameron <ncameron (AT) msn (DOT) com>:

> I thought I'd give Moodlogic and the plug-in a bash - are there any simple
> instruction anywhere on how to install and activate it all?
>
see the MoodLogic website http://www.moodlogic.com/ for details on
installing
and activating songs.

after you install and reboot, slimserver should detect the presence of the
COM
object to communication with moodlogic. server settings should should an
option to "use moodlogic". check server settings->plugins to make sure
moodlogic is enabled if you can't see it. you'll get a new server settings
tab
and it will import the data, and give you new links in the browse modes when
it
finda ctive content.

All of this requires running the server on Windows, and song activation is
only
a limited number of tracks with the free download version of Moodlogic.

-kdf

kdf
2005-03-10, 03:44
Quoting Neil Cameron <ncameron (AT) msn (DOT) com>:

> That's very helpful; I'll give it a go.
> Just one follow-up, when you say "running the server on Windows" do you mean
> as a Windows Service?
>

nope, I just mean that Slimserver has to be on a windows machine, the same one
as you have installed moodlogic. it should work whether it is running as a
service, manually, or using activePerl

-kdf

Neil Cameron
2005-03-10, 04:16
I instaled Moodlogic and rebooted; and have Moodlogic running (I assume it
has to be). But the Moodlogic plug-in check box in Server Settings will not
stay checked, and I get no Moodlogic Server Settings option...

--
Neil


"kdf" <slim-mail (AT) deane-freeman (DOT) com> wrote in
message news:1110451499.4230252b3c558 (AT) callisto (DOT) deane-freeman.com...
Quoting Neil Cameron <ncameron (AT) msn (DOT) com>:

> That's very helpful; I'll give it a go.
> Just one follow-up, when you say "running the server on Windows" do you
> mean
> as a Windows Service?
>

nope, I just mean that Slimserver has to be on a windows machine, the same
one
as you have installed moodlogic. it should work whether it is running as a
service, manually, or using activePerl

-kdf