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2005-04-02, 13:19
Came out fine for me - just looks like it's uuencoded or something. Outlook
handled it with no problems.

-----Original Message-----
From: discuss-bounces (AT) lists (DOT) slimdevices.com
[mailto:discuss-bounces (AT) lists (DOT) slimdevices.com] On Behalf Of kdf
Sent: Saturday, April 02, 2005 3:12 PM
To: Slim Devices Discussion
Subject: [slim] 6.0 problem - playlist stops frequently at track
boundaries

Quoting Greg Friedman <friedman (AT) cognosis (DOT) com>:

> I'm having the same problem as the original poster. In my case, it's
> happening on a SB2 with 6.0. It's stopping at the end of FLAC tracks.
> I also have an SB1 connected to the same server, but the two devices
> are not synced.
>
> I've attached a d_source log. I believe that what I saw happen was as
> follows:
>
> SB1: Manually paused in the middle of playing the album O Brother
> Where Art Thou for at least an hour.
> SB2: Playing Diana Krall
>
> SB2: Hits the end of the song Temptation and stops.
> SB1: Wakes up and begins playing the next track on O Brother Where Art
Thou.
> SB2 remains stopped.
>
> Hope this helps...
>
>
> begin 666 SSLog.txt
> M,C P-2TP-"TP,B Q,3HS,3HP."XU-30U(%)E9'5C960@8VAU;FMS:7IE('1O
> M(#(X-CD@870@96YD(&]F(&9I;&4@*#(U,CDY-S8U("T@,C4R.38X.38I#0HR
>

it seems that your attachment has come through corrupted, so its not much
help yet :)

-kdf

kdf
2005-04-02, 13:26
Quoting slim (AT) adamreeve (DOT) com:

> Came out fine for me - just looks like it's uuencoded or something. Outlook
> handled it with no problems.

then someone with outlook can deal with it then :)

-kdf

Marc Sherman
2005-04-03, 08:06
kdf wrote:
>
> then someone with outlook can deal with it then :)

For future reference, kdf, just | the message to /usr/bin/uudecode.
It'll take care of ignoring all the non-attachment text in the message
itself. It's the old-school unix way of doing attachments, back before
all this newfangled mime stuff the kids are yapping about these days.

- Marc