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mageeol
2005-07-21, 23:51
I just installed 6.1.1 under Windows XP, and it appears that SlimServer no longer recognizes my Ogg files that end in ".OGG". However, it recognizes Ogg files that end in ".ogg" just fine. So it appears that SlimServer for Windows is being case-sensitive when it really shouldn't be.

This worked fine in 6.0.x.

Owen

Philip Meyer
2005-07-22, 01:13
I had a crash with 6.1 over night. I was playing a music station from live365 - I think this stopped a little earlier than the crash, but the SqueezeBox was still working at that point.

Potentially, it could have happened when the AutoDisplay plugin kicked in, otherwise I don't believe the SB was doing anything around the time of the crash (standby mode, I think):

Operation `.=': no method found,
left argument has no overloaded magic,
right argument in overloaded package Class::DBI::Object::Has::Been::Deleted at /PerlApp/Slim/Utils/Prefs.pm line 733.

Phil

kdf
2005-07-22, 01:26
Quoting mageeol <mageeol.1sk6xn (AT) no-mx (DOT) forums.slimdevices.com>:

>
> I just installed 6.1.1 under Windows XP, and it appears that SlimServer
> no longer recognizes my Ogg files that end in ".OGG". However, it
> recognizes Ogg files that end in ".ogg" just fine. So it appears that
> SlimServer for Windows is being case-sensitive when it really shouldn't
> be.
>
> This worked fine in 6.0.x.
>
you should probably fix those caps then :)
-kdf

Dan Sully
2005-07-22, 08:17
* mageeol shaped the electrons to say...

>I just installed 6.1.1 under Windows XP, and it appears that SlimServer
>no longer recognizes my Ogg files that end in ".OGG". However, it
>recognizes Ogg files that end in ".ogg" just fine. So it appears that
>SlimServer for Windows is being case-sensitive when it really shouldn't be.

Thanks - I'll get this fixed.

-D
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