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PAUL WILLIAMSON
2005-09-11, 19:54
Ok, not all the time...but I'm using the nightly from 2005/09/11
using the rpm on Linux FC4.

Playing regular flac files from a folder (not a playlist per se)
and my wife decided after the current list of songs was over,
she wanted to switch over to an internet radio stream.
So, she selected add and crashed slimserver. I was able
to repeat it on restart of slimserver. She is not holding play,
but pressing add.

I'll add it to bugzilla...

Paul

dean
2005-09-11, 19:59
Paul, where was she navigated to when she pressed add?

Also, did you check the server log and see if there was an error
generated?

On Sep 11, 2005, at 7:54 PM, PAUL WILLIAMSON wrote:

> Ok, not all the time...but I'm using the nightly from 2005/09/11
> using the rpm on Linux FC4.
>
> Playing regular flac files from a folder (not a playlist per se)
> and my wife decided after the current list of songs was over,
> she wanted to switch over to an internet radio stream.
> So, she selected add and crashed slimserver. I was able
> to repeat it on restart of slimserver. She is not holding play,
> but pressing add.
>
> I'll add it to bugzilla...
>
> Paul
>
>

PAUL WILLIAMSON
2005-09-11, 20:10
She had navigated to a folder via Browse Music->Browse
Music Folder. She selected "Putumayo presents New Orleans"
and hit play. Music started playing and she listened to
it for about 15 minutes. She then browsed up to Internet
Radio and selected "Frequence 3" in the shoutcast streams.

About a second later, the sbg lost comms with slimserver
and about 5 seconds after that the sbg went blank.

I did the same thing (after firing up slimserver again)
in a compressed timeframe and crashed it too.

Where is the log on a redhat (fc 4) install? I did
a search came up blank.

Paul

>>> dean (AT) slimdevices (DOT) com 09/11/05 10:59 PM >>>
Paul, where was she navigated to when she pressed add?

Also, did you check the server log and see if there was an error
generated?

On Sep 11, 2005, at 7:54 PM, PAUL WILLIAMSON wrote:

> Ok, not all the time...but I'm using the nightly from 2005/09/11
> using the rpm on Linux FC4.
>
> Playing regular flac files from a folder (not a playlist per se)
> and my wife decided after the current list of songs was over,
> she wanted to switch over to an internet radio stream.
> So, she selected add and crashed slimserver. I was able
> to repeat it on restart of slimserver. She is not holding play,
> but pressing add.
>
> I'll add it to bugzilla...
>
> Paul
>
>

PAUL WILLIAMSON
2005-09-11, 20:13
Ok, found the log (doh!) in /tmp... The last line of the log says:

Not a CODE reference at /usr/local/slimserver//Plugins/Picks/Plugin.pm
line 68.


Paul

>>> dean (AT) slimdevices (DOT) com 09/11/05 10:59 PM >>>
Paul, where was she navigated to when she pressed add?

Also, did you check the server log and see if there was an error
generated?

On Sep 11, 2005, at 7:54 PM, PAUL WILLIAMSON wrote:

> Ok, not all the time...but I'm using the nightly from 2005/09/11
> using the rpm on Linux FC4.
>
> Playing regular flac files from a folder (not a playlist per se)
> and my wife decided after the current list of songs was over,
> she wanted to switch over to an internet radio stream.
> So, she selected add and crashed slimserver. I was able
> to repeat it on restart of slimserver. She is not holding play,
> but pressing add.
>
> I'll add it to bugzilla...
>
> Paul
>
>