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wr420
2005-10-20, 11:38
Sorry to post this twice. I should have started a new thread.


> Hi
> I was wondering if anyone has had any of the following problems with
the
> releases from the 18th til todays nightly(19th) including the 6.2b2
> released today.
>
> When using playlist rescan from server settings music stops on all
players
> and what ever is queued up to play on each player is gone from the now
> playing. Attached is what d_scan looks like. I swear the files exist
and
> everthing around them is 777.
>
> This may have to do with #1. In the past there were a bunch of .m3u
files
> in the PL dir with MAC's and IP's of the players prepended to them to
> store current PL's.? I just did I little overhaul and moved the PL
dir. I
> didn't move the m3u's cause it was a totally differnt vol/path ect..
Now
> I don't see those types of m3u's being created in there and it kind of
> makes me think it has to do with problem #1. Slim user has full rights
to PL
> dir.
>

> If you go to the alarm setting menu on the SB2 via remote all 5
> items are the same(Each item says "press right to turn off"). This
only
> occurs when the alarm is armed and not when it is in the off setting.
> It still shows as 5 menu options and each option will takle you to the
> proper setting ie. alarm time, playlist ect.. its just that all 5 of
the
> menu choices say "press right to turn off" instead of thier proper
title.
>
> Thanks
> wr420
>
> mandrake 9.1
> rpm install
> runs as user slimserver and everything is owned by slimserver and has
full
> rights.
> PL's are stored on a local drive with rwx permissions. Music is on a
> samba share read only.
> 6.2b2
> perl 5.8.7
> 2 SB2, 1 SB1, XMMS
> 42000 songs
> 2.4 Ghz
> 768mem
>
>

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Dan Sully
2005-10-20, 11:46
* Matt Alioto shaped the electrons to say...

>> When using playlist rescan from server settings music stops on all

Matt - I fixed this bug just this morning. Thanks.

-D
--
Off the record, on the QT, and very hush-hush.

wr420
2005-10-20, 12:59
> * Matt Alioto shaped the electrons to say...
>
> >> When using playlist rescan from server settings music stops on all
>
> Matt - I fixed this bug just this morning. Thanks.

Fix will be in tonight's nightly?

Bugzilla is my friend...
At least I'm not totally crazy. I have made so many changes lately I
was hesitant to even mention it. I thought for sure it was a result of
my changes.

Any idea on the alarm settings menu thing?
Ie with alarm armed all alarm setting menu items
say "press right to turn off", but other wise functions normally.

Thanks again
Wr420


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Dr. T
2005-11-04, 20:44
I was wondering if anyone has had any of the following problems with the releases from the 18th til todays nightly(19th) including the 6.2b2 released today....

If you go to the alarm setting menu on the SB2 via remote all 5
items are the same(Each item says "press right to turn off"). This only occurs when the alarm is armed and not when it is in the off setting. It still shows as 5 menu options and each option will takle you to the proper setting ie. alarm time, playlist ect.. its just that all 5 of the menu choices say "press right to turn off" instead of thier proper title.

I have the same problem as above with the regular alarm settings all reading "press right to turn off." In addition, the individual weekday alarm settings do not work. No matter what weekday alarm settings I choose, the alarm times revert to midnight.

ceejay
2005-11-05, 02:18
Dr. T -

Hello and welcome... have you tried downloading the latest nightly from http://www.slimdevices.com/dev_nightly.html ? As you can probably tell from the forum traffic, there's a lot of work being done right now. Would also be helpful to identify the exact version you are running (shows up at the bottom of the server settings in the web interface).

Ceejay

Dr. T
2005-11-05, 13:48
ceejay:

SlimServer Version: 6.2.0 - 4753 - Mac OS X 10.4.2 (8C46) - EN - utf8

I have not downloaded any nightly builds. Have they fixed the alarm problems?

Dr. T
2005-11-05, 14:31
ceejay:

SlimServer Version: 6.2.0 - 4753 - Mac OS X 10.4.2 (8C46) - EN - utf8

I have not downloaded any nightly builds. Have they fixed the alarm problems?

kdf
2005-11-05, 14:40
On 5-Nov-05, at 1:31 PM, Dr.T wrote:

>
> ceejay:
>
> SlimServer Version: 6.2.0 - 4753 - Mac OS X 10.4.2 (8C46) - EN - utf8
>
> I have not downloaded any nightly builds. Have they fixed the alarm
> problems?
>
I've fixed the ones that had bugs filed for them: the on/off text issue
and the weekday settings issue.
-k