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Reckase, Erik Nathan
2003-12-02, 09:05
I've gotten the source running, although I don't have the hardware yet - but
in order to facilitate testing, I have Winamp or Foobar 2000 pointing to
localhost:9000/stream.mp3 to test all the functionality of the
server/browser. I'm unable to get any audio to stream to my player in this
fashion - it simply says 'Welcome to Slimserver' and stays nice and quiet.
When it's played in foobar2000, I get a series of 'mpeg stream errors' but
I'm not sure if they're related. Dan S. has seen this as well, so it's not
just my setup. Any ideas?

Thanks
Erik

dean
2003-12-02, 09:10
Use the web interface to find some music and play it. You should be
able to hear the music in a second or two.

-dean

On Dec 2, 2003, at 8:05 AM, Reckase, Erik Nathan wrote:

> I've gotten the source running, although I don't have the hardware yet
> - but
> in order to facilitate testing, I have Winamp or Foobar 2000 pointing
> to
> localhost:9000/stream.mp3 to test all the functionality of the
> server/browser. I'm unable to get any audio to stream to my player in
> this
> fashion - it simply says 'Welcome to Slimserver' and stays nice and
> quiet.
> When it's played in foobar2000, I get a series of 'mpeg stream errors'
> but
> I'm not sure if they're related. Dan S. has seen this as well, so
> it's not
> just my setup. Any ideas?
>
> Thanks
> Erik
>
>

mherger
2003-12-02, 09:16
Did you connect to the webinterface to create and play a playlist?

> I've gotten the source running, although I don't have the hardware yet -
> but
> in order to facilitate testing, I have Winamp or Foobar 2000 pointing to
> localhost:9000/stream.mp3 to test all the functionality of the
> server/browser. I'm unable to get any audio to stream to my player in
> this
> fashion - it simply says 'Welcome to Slimserver' and stays nice and
> quiet.
> When it's played in foobar2000, I get a series of 'mpeg stream errors'
> but
> I'm not sure if they're related. Dan S. has seen this as well, so it's
> not
> just my setup. Any ideas?
>
> Thanks
> Erik
>
>