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Mark Sayers
2004-10-13, 13:39
Thanks for your help so far, but I think I am well and truly stuck...

Nothing you said below males any sense, nor does the page you sent me, in
fact not even the help of the pages makes sense... I'm sure most of it is
not even English.

Hopefully someone will be able to help a OSX user with no command line /
terminal experience out

Thanks anyway I really appreciate your help.

On 12/10/04 11:05 PM, "Jim" <jim1128 (AT) comcast (DOT) net> wrote:

> Mark Sayers wrote:
>
>> Here goes
>>
>> <?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1"?>
>> <LIVE365_API_LOGIN_CGI><Code>0</Code>
>> <Reason>Success</Reason>
>> <Session_ID>slayaz:29DsJM1zfJJS2</Session_ID>
>> <Application_ID>live365:BROWSER</Application_ID>
>> <Device_ID>80.3.32.4-1096106547928</Device_ID>
>> <Member_Status>PREFERRED</Member_Status>
>> </LIVE365_API_LOGIN_CGI>
>>
>> OK?
>
> That looks good (you've got a cookie that might be "fixing" something,
> but we'll get back to that later if we need to). I don't know your level
> of expertise, but we can measure results directly if you can send me
> ngrep output (or similar, like Ethereal). See
> http://ngrep.darwinports.com/ for some help with ngrep.
> As I'm more a Linux/Windows guy I'm afraid I have no advice on that
> particular subject.
>
> Dean: I know you use a Mac, have you seen anything like this in your
> installation? I developed on Linux, so there might be some kind of gotcha'.
>
> Jim
>
>

Bruce Tucker
2004-10-14, 09:34
Jim,
Unlike Mark and his problems with OSX, your plug-in seems to work for me in
all ways EXCEPT playing the Live365 streams. Obviously it must work for you
so I'm trying to figure out what is different. Do you know of others who
have succesfully used your plugin under Win XP (SP2 - running on an older
Pentium 930 MHz III).

I've been shadowing your recommendations for Mark, and here's what I get
when I probe for session information.
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1" ?>
- <LIVE365_API_LOGIN_CGI>
<Code>0</Code>
<Reason>Success</Reason>
<Session_ID>b2cker:70Lrx2ILcZtLI</Session_ID>
<Application_ID>live365:BROWSER</Application_ID>
<Device_ID>67.23.70.203-1078842895673</Device_ID>
<Member_Status>PREFERRED</Member_Status>
</LIVE365_API_LOGIN_CGI>

Can you help?
Bruce


----- Original Message -----
From: "Mark Sayers" <slim (AT) marksayers (DOT) com>
To: "Slim Devices Discussion" <discuss (AT) lists (DOT) slimdevices.com>
Sent: Wednesday, October 13, 2004 1:39 PM
Subject: [slim] Re. Live365 Mac


> Thanks for your help so far, but I think I am well and truly stuck...
>
> Nothing you said below males any sense, nor does the page you sent me, in
> fact not even the help of the pages makes sense... I'm sure most of it is
> not even English.
>
> Hopefully someone will be able to help a OSX user with no command line /
> terminal experience out
>
> Thanks anyway I really appreciate your help.
>
> On 12/10/04 11:05 PM, "Jim" <jim1128 (AT) comcast (DOT) net> wrote:
>
>> Mark Sayers wrote:
>>
>>> Here goes
>>>
>>> <?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1"?>
>>> <LIVE365_API_LOGIN_CGI><Code>0</Code>
>>> <Reason>Success</Reason>
>>> <Session_ID>slayaz:29DsJM1zfJJS2</Session_ID>
>>> <Application_ID>live365:BROWSER</Application_ID>
>>> <Device_ID>80.3.32.4-1096106547928</Device_ID>
>>> <Member_Status>PREFERRED</Member_Status>
>>> </LIVE365_API_LOGIN_CGI>
>>>
>>> OK?
>>
>> That looks good (you've got a cookie that might be "fixing" something,
>> but we'll get back to that later if we need to). I don't know your level
>> of expertise, but we can measure results directly if you can send me
>> ngrep output (or similar, like Ethereal). See
>> http://ngrep.darwinports.com/ for some help with ngrep.
>> As I'm more a Linux/Windows guy I'm afraid I have no advice on that
>> particular subject.
>>
>> Dean: I know you use a Mac, have you seen anything like this in your
>> installation? I developed on Linux, so there might be some kind of
>> gotcha'.
>>
>> Jim
>>
>>