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toby@musically.com
2004-09-11, 05:16
Hi

I've done a bit of Googling and archive searching but can't find enough
posts on this to help track down my problem.

I'm using SlimServer with a Slimp3 player on Windows XP. It's using iTunes
as the library.

No problems playing MP3s, but when I try and play .m4a files (which work
fine in the iTunes software itself), the Slimp3 says "Problem! Can't Open
File".

Thinking perhaps it was the problem of the Slimserver version I was using, I
updated to version 5.2.1. But the same issue is occurring.

Any ideas on how I solve this?

thanks, best wishes

Kevin O. Lepard
2004-09-11, 08:23
What is the possible range for wireless signal strength? My new
graphic Squeezebox (Firmware 29, slimserver 5.2.1) is working
perfectly at the moment with a strength of 22, but I am curious to
know what the range is.

Kevin
--
Kevin O. Lepard
kolepard (AT) charter (DOT) net

Happiness is being 100% Microsoft free.

dean
2004-09-11, 09:28
0-100%

On Sep 11, 2004, at 8:23 AM, Kevin O. Lepard wrote:

> What is the possible range for wireless signal strength? My new
> graphic Squeezebox (Firmware 29, slimserver 5.2.1) is working
> perfectly at the moment with a strength of 22, but I am curious to
> know what the range is.
>
> Kevin
> --
> Kevin O. Lepard
> kolepard (AT) charter (DOT) net
>
> Happiness is being 100% Microsoft free.
>

Kevin O. Lepard
2004-09-11, 16:48
I see. I just wondered because the strength is displayed as 22, not 22%.

Thanks.

>0-100%
>
>On Sep 11, 2004, at 8:23 AM, Kevin O. Lepard wrote:
>
>>What is the possible range for wireless signal strength? My new
>>graphic Squeezebox (Firmware 29, slimserver 5.2.1) is working
>>perfectly at the moment with a strength of 22, but I am curious to
>>know what the range is.
>>
>>Kevin
>>--
>>Kevin O. Lepard
>>kolepard (AT) charter (DOT) net
>>
>>Happiness is being 100% Microsoft free.
>>

dean
2004-09-14, 09:16
Ah, I see. Will fix.

-dean

On Sep 11, 2004, at 4:48 PM, Kevin O. Lepard wrote:

> I see. I just wondered because the strength is displayed as 22, not
> 22%.
>
> Thanks.
>
>> 0-100%
>>
>> On Sep 11, 2004, at 8:23 AM, Kevin O. Lepard wrote:
>>
>>> What is the possible range for wireless signal strength? My new
>>> graphic Squeezebox (Firmware 29, slimserver 5.2.1) is working
>>> perfectly at the moment with a strength of 22, but I am curious to
>>> know what the range is.
>>>
>>> Kevin
>>> --
>>> Kevin O. Lepard
>>> kolepard (AT) charter (DOT) net
>>>
>>> Happiness is being 100% Microsoft free.
>>>