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Steven Kramer
2004-05-19, 13:27
kdf wrote:
> Quoting Steven Kramer <stevek1050pub (AT) comcast (DOT) net>:
>
>> I have tried both the 5/17 and 5/19 nightly updates and still have
>> periodic crashes of mov123.exe when playing Apple Losseless files.
>> There is sometimes a loud pop at the beginning of Apple Loseless
>> tracks. Also, both these updates seem to break the fishbone
>> interface: Server settings does not work.
>
> does not work how? if its a huge grey block, you have to clear the
> browser cache, turn off html caching by scrolling down on the server
> settings screen and selecting performance. Then restart both the
> server and the browser. At least, that's what I've had to do. There
> is some sort of overzealous caching going on.
>
Yes, there is a large grey block with vertical lines. I tried turning
off the html cache, now I get a script error message. It indicates that
the error is in line 116, char 1 - 'topdocument.getElementByld(...)' is
null or not an object. After I get that error, I no longer can use the
Settings using the default (Standard) interface without rebooting. The
Settings screen appears, but it empty expect for the SlimServer Version
and the "Squeezebox Home" link. However, after rebooting, I can use the
the default interface. Killing the slimserver process and restarting it
is not enough, I must reboot.

-Steve

kdf
2004-05-19, 15:55
Quoting Steven Kramer <stevek1050pub (AT) comcast (DOT) net>:

> kdf wrote:
> > Quoting Steven Kramer <stevek1050pub (AT) comcast (DOT) net>:
> >
> >> I have tried both the 5/17 and 5/19 nightly updates and still have
> >> periodic crashes of mov123.exe when playing Apple Losseless files.
> >> There is sometimes a loud pop at the beginning of Apple Loseless
> >> tracks. Also, both these updates seem to break the fishbone
> >> interface: Server settings does not work.
> >
> > does not work how? if its a huge grey block, you have to clear the
> > browser cache, turn off html caching by scrolling down on the server
> > settings screen and selecting performance. Then restart both the
> > server and the browser. At least, that's what I've had to do. There
> > is some sort of overzealous caching going on.
> >
> Yes, there is a large grey block with vertical lines. I tried turning
> off the html cache, now I get a script error message. It indicates that
> the error is in line 116, char 1 - 'topdocument.getElementByld(...)' is
> null or not an object. After I get that error, I no longer can use the
> Settings using the default (Standard) interface without rebooting. The
> Settings screen appears, but it empty expect for the SlimServer Version
> and the "Squeezebox Home" link. However, after rebooting, I can use the
> the default interface. Killing the slimserver process and restarting it
> is not enough, I must reboot.

if you scroll down, it should all still be there. For some reason, old data
gets cached and can't be gotten rid of. its caching linklist.html which was
removed from the skin a while back. However, the server seems to refuse to
believe its not there. The good news is, once you CAN get the server to realise
it, it works fine.

-kdf