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Michael Bowyer
2004-01-10, 05:17
what is SECURITY MODE??
and does anyone have any idea why its started to appear at server
start-up?

kdf
2004-01-10, 05:26
Quoting Michael Bowyer <mbowyer (AT) mac (DOT) com>:

> what is SECURITY MODE??
> and does anyone have any idea why its started to appear at server
> start-up?
>
er...no?
where is that appearing? there is no "security mode" as far as I know.
-kdf

Michael Bowyer
2004-01-10, 05:33
On the sllimp3 display.... its just started to appear!
I turn the win2K server box on, it boots up, the slimp3 displays the
clock, then it displays SECURITY MODE (in caps) on the top line of the
display, then it returns to the clock.


On 10 Jan 2004, at 13:26, kdf wrote:

> Quoting Michael Bowyer <mbowyer (AT) mac (DOT) com>:
>
>> what is SECURITY MODE??
>> and does anyone have any idea why its started to appear at server
>> start-up?
>>
> er...no?
> where is that appearing? there is no "security mode" as far as I know.
> -kdf
>

Roy M. Silvernail
2004-01-10, 07:04
On Sat, 2004-01-10 at 07:33, Michael Bowyer wrote:
> On the sllimp3 display.... its just started to appear!
> I turn the win2K server box on, it boots up, the slimp3 displays the
> clock, then it displays SECURITY MODE (in caps) on the top line of the
> display, then it returns to the clock.

mesmer slim $ pwd
/home/roy/Download/slimp3/cvs/slim
mesmer slim $ grep -ir "security mode" *
msemer slim $

Goooood question. There's nothing in the whole cvs package containing
that string.
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Carsten Wolters
2004-01-10, 08:15
Dear all,

I'm still unhappy because I still cannot play aac, m4a and mov files
on windows 2000. Just silence comes out of my SLIMP3 player.
Lame is correctly installed, I can play e.g. ogg files.
Below is the logfile that I generated with the nightly build of 9th
January.

I tried to decode the m4a file with mov123.exe but got the same error
stated in the log file:
Failed at line: 269
Conversion failed with error: -2095

I get this error with all m4a files. It looks as if mov123.exe does
not do a good job. Or did I do something wrong? Who can help?
Who got m4a files running on windows 2000 with Slimp3 ?

Thank you
Carsten



2004-01-10 16:04:22.4218 opening next song...
2004-01-10 16:04:22.4218 the next song is number 0, was 0
2004-01-10 16:04:22.4218 checking formats for: mov-mp3-slimp3-00:04:20:04:03:b8
2004-01-10 16:04:22.4218 openSong on: G:\mp3\Alben\A-HA\Hunting High And Low\(A-Ha - Hunting High And Low) 01 - Take On Me.m4a
Use of uninitialized value in concatenation (.) or string at /PerlApp/Slim/Player/Source.pm line 713.
2004-01-10 16:04:22.4375 openSong: getting duration 291.271625, size 4660346, and offset for G:\mp3\Alben\A-HA\Hunting High And Low\(A-Ha - Hunting High And Low) 01 - Take On Me.m4a
2004-01-10 16:04:22.4375 checking formats for: mov-mp3-slimp3-00:04:20:04:03:b8
2004-01-10 16:04:22.4375 openSong: this is an mov file: G:\mp3\Alben\A-HA\Hunting High And Low\(A-Ha - Hunting High And Low) 01 - Take On Me.m4a
2004-01-10 16:04:22.4375 file type: mov format: mp3
2004-01-10 16:04:22.4375 command: $mov123$ $FILE$ | $lame$ --silent -b $BITRATE$ -r $-x$ - -
2004-01-10 16:04:22.5156 Using command for conversion: "C:\PROGRA~1\SLIMSE~1\server\Bin\MSWin32-x86-multi-thread\mov123.exe" "G:\mp3\Alben\A-HA\Hunting High And Low\(A-Ha - Hunting High And Low) 01 - Take On Me.m4a" | "C:\Programme\lame\lame.exe" --silent -b 320 -r -x - - |
2004-01-10 16:04:22.5156 Streaming with format: mp3
Failed at line: 269
Conversion failed with error: -2095
Assuming raw pcm input file : Forcing byte-swapping
2004-01-10 16:04:22.6093 read a chunk of 1399 length
2004-01-10 16:04:22.7343 metadata now: 0
2004-01-10 16:04:22.7343 00:04:20:04:03:b8: Switching to mode stop
2004-01-10 16:04:22.7343 00:04:20:04:03:b8 New play mode: stop
2004-01-10 16:04:22.7343 Stopping and clearing out old chunks for client 00:04:20:04:03:b8
2004-01-10 16:04:22.7656 00:04:20:04:03:b8: Current playmode: stop
2004-01-10 16:04:22.7656 Negative position calculated, we are still playing out the previous song.
2004-01-10 16:04:22.7656 realpos -3032 calcuated from bytes received: 0 minus buffer fullness: 3032
2004-01-10 16:04:22.7656 songTime: [0] = (0(realpos) / 0(size) * 0(duration) * 1(rate)) + 0(time offset of started stream)
2004-01-10 16:04:54.1562 Negative position calculated, we are still playing out the previous song.
2004-01-10 16:04:54.1562 realpos -78362 calcuated from bytes received: 1400 minus buffer fullness: 79762
2004-01-10 16:04:54.1562 songTime: [0] = (0(realpos) / 0(size) * 0(duration) * 1(rate)) + 0(time offset of started stream)

dean
2004-01-11, 10:32
That error indicates that QuickTime is having a problem on that
machine. Do you have QuickTime or iTunes installed and working?

On Jan 10, 2004, at 7:15 AM, Carsten Wolters wrote:

> Dear all,
>
> I'm still unhappy because I still cannot play aac, m4a and mov files
> on windows 2000. Just silence comes out of my SLIMP3 player.
> Lame is correctly installed, I can play e.g. ogg files.
> Below is the logfile that I generated with the nightly build of 9th
> January.
>
> I tried to decode the m4a file with mov123.exe but got the same error
> stated in the log file:
> Failed at line: 269
> Conversion failed with error: -2095
>
> I get this error with all m4a files. It looks as if mov123.exe does
> not do a good job. Or did I do something wrong? Who can help?
> Who got m4a files running on windows 2000 with Slimp3 ?
>
> Thank you
> Carsten
>
>
>
> 2004-01-10 16:04:22.4218 opening next song...
> 2004-01-10 16:04:22.4218 the next song is number 0, was 0
> 2004-01-10 16:04:22.4218 checking formats for:
> mov-mp3-slimp3-00:04:20:04:03:b8
> 2004-01-10 16:04:22.4218 openSong on: G:\mp3\Alben\A-HA\Hunting High
> And Low\(A-Ha - Hunting High And Low) 01 - Take On Me.m4a
> Use of uninitialized value in concatenation (.) or string at
> /PerlApp/Slim/Player/Source.pm line 713.
> 2004-01-10 16:04:22.4375 openSong: getting duration 291.271625, size
> 4660346, and offset for G:\mp3\Alben\A-HA\Hunting High And Low\(A-Ha
> - Hunting High And Low) 01 - Take On Me.m4a
> 2004-01-10 16:04:22.4375 checking formats for:
> mov-mp3-slimp3-00:04:20:04:03:b8
> 2004-01-10 16:04:22.4375 openSong: this is an mov file:
> G:\mp3\Alben\A-HA\Hunting High And Low\(A-Ha - Hunting High And Low)
> 01 - Take On Me.m4a
> 2004-01-10 16:04:22.4375 file type: mov format: mp3
> 2004-01-10 16:04:22.4375 command: $mov123$ $FILE$ | $lame$ --silent
> -b $BITRATE$ -r $-x$ - -
> 2004-01-10 16:04:22.5156 Using command for conversion:
> "C:\PROGRA~1\SLIMSE~1\server\Bin\MSWin32-x86-multi-thread\mov123.exe"
> "G:\mp3\Alben\A-HA\Hunting High And Low\(A-Ha - Hunting High And Low)
> 01 - Take On Me.m4a" | "C:\Programme\lame\lame.exe" --silent -b 320 -r
> -x - - |
> 2004-01-10 16:04:22.5156 Streaming with format: mp3
> Failed at line: 269
> Conversion failed with error: -2095
> Assuming raw pcm input file : Forcing byte-swapping
> 2004-01-10 16:04:22.6093 read a chunk of 1399 length
> 2004-01-10 16:04:22.7343 metadata now: 0
> 2004-01-10 16:04:22.7343 00:04:20:04:03:b8: Switching to mode stop
> 2004-01-10 16:04:22.7343 00:04:20:04:03:b8 New play mode: stop
> 2004-01-10 16:04:22.7343 Stopping and clearing out old chunks for
> client 00:04:20:04:03:b8
> 2004-01-10 16:04:22.7656 00:04:20:04:03:b8: Current playmode: stop
> 2004-01-10 16:04:22.7656 Negative position calculated, we are still
> playing out the previous song.
> 2004-01-10 16:04:22.7656 realpos -3032 calcuated from bytes received:
> 0 minus buffer fullness: 3032
> 2004-01-10 16:04:22.7656 songTime: [0] = (0(realpos) / 0(size) *
> 0(duration) * 1(rate)) + 0(time offset of started stream)
> 2004-01-10 16:04:54.1562 Negative position calculated, we are still
> playing out the previous song.
> 2004-01-10 16:04:54.1562 realpos -78362 calcuated from bytes received:
> 1400 minus buffer fullness: 79762
> 2004-01-10 16:04:54.1562 songTime: [0] = (0(realpos) / 0(size) *
> 0(duration) * 1(rate)) + 0(time offset of started stream)
>
>