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Eric Gauthier
2004-10-22, 19:39
Kevin,


Thanks, sorry, but I downloaded the 10/22 version of RadioIO.pm and same
issue. I think this is just a wrong port number in the %stations
associative list in the plugin. Problem is, for the station I want
(Acoustic) I don't know the appropriate station number (port number).

Any help greatly appreciated. I am currently having to stream this over the
web through my work VPN via Windows Media Player.

If I can get slimserver working on this channel I can bypass the VPN and use
my local Linux box (slimserver) to stream, increasing performance and
reducing my impact on the corporate VPN. This greatly improves my life, and
everyone else using the VPN!!!

Regards,
-Eric


-----Original Message-----
From: discuss-bounces (AT) lists (DOT) slimdevices.com
[mailto:discuss-bounces (AT) lists (DOT) slimdevices.com] On Behalf Of kdf
Sent: Friday, October 22, 2004 4:43 PM
To: Slim Devices Discussion
Subject: [slim] Radioio stations


you shoud try the lastest nightlies, as I believe this has been fixed
recently -kdf

Quoting Eric Gauthier <EGauthier (AT) comcast (DOT) net>:

> OK, I am now hooked on radioio.com and the plugin is great. Problem
> is that the channels are wrong in the slimserver radioio plugin.
>
> Looking at the source, the Acoustic channel which I really like, has
> the same port as the 70's channel. So, how do I find out what the
> real port is of the Acoustic channel?
>
> Any help greatly appreciated.
>
> Regards,
> -Eric
>
>

Bruce Tucker
2004-10-23, 07:43
Hmm, so that's why I never liked their accoustic mix! I never noticed that
it was the same as 70's, but checking the 10/22/2004 nightly build, I see
that you are indeed right. 3765 for both 70's and acoustic. Perhaps
prowling around radioio.com will reveal the stream codes.

Bruce

# $Id: RadioIO.pm,v 1.2 2004/10/06 15:56:01 vidur Exp $

my %stations = (
'radioio70s' => '3765', 'radioio80s'
=> '3795',
'radioioACOUSTIC' => '3765',
'radioioAMBIENT' => '3605',

kdf
2004-10-23, 11:45
Quoting Eric Gauthier <EGauthier (AT) comcast (DOT) net>:

> Kevin,
>
>
> Thanks, sorry, but I downloaded the 10/22 version of RadioIO.pm and same
> issue. I think this is just a wrong port number in the %stations
> associative list in the plugin. Problem is, for the station I want
> (Acoustic) I don't know the appropriate station number (port number).
>
> Any help greatly appreciated. I am currently having to stream this over the
> web through my work VPN via Windows Media Player.
>
> If I can get slimserver working on this channel I can bypass the VPN and use
> my local Linux box (slimserver) to stream, increasing performance and
> reducing my impact on the corporate VPN. This greatly improves my life, and
> everyone else using the VPN!!!

yup, it seems the recent on DOES still have a duplicate id. i could have sworn
i saw a not that vidur fixed it, but I guess it was a similar but not this
exact problem. perhaps worth filing a bug report (bugs.slimdevices.com), i
think :)
-kdf

Bruce Tucker
2004-10-23, 18:57
I just plugged in bunches of numbers (ending in 5) into the radioio.pm file.
e.g.
'3745' => '3745',
'3765' => '3765',

It didn't take me too long to discover that RadioIO Accoustic is stream
number 3675 not 3765. I've attached the corrected file (but didn't annotate
the header.) Or you could edit your own file and correct the typo yourself.

I also discovered that many of the streams come in triplets, so that 3615,
3625, 3635 are all Classical; 3655,3665, and 3675 are Accoustic with
progressively higher bitrates: 32, 64, 128 kbps (eg 3675 is 128kbps).

One could prowl around quite a while and perhaps discover more streams, but
I stopped when I found the accoustic stream since that was the one in
question.

In any case, I hope this helps.

Bruce

----- Original Message -----
From: "Bruce Tucker" <tuckerb2 (AT) adelphia (DOT) net>
To: "Slim Devices Discussion" <discuss (AT) lists (DOT) slimdevices.com>
Sent: Saturday, October 23, 2004 7:43 AM
Subject: [slim] Radioio stations


> Hmm, so that's why I never liked their accoustic mix! I never noticed that
> it was the same as 70's, but checking the 10/22/2004 nightly build, I see
> that you are indeed right. 3765 for both 70's and acoustic. Perhaps
> prowling around radioio.com will reveal the stream codes.
>
> Bruce
>
> # $Id: RadioIO.pm,v 1.2 2004/10/06 15:56:01 vidur Exp $
>
> my %stations = (
> 'radioio70s' => '3765', 'radioio80s' => '3795',
> 'radioioACOUSTIC' => '3765',
> 'radioioAMBIENT' => '3605',
>
>
>
>

vidurapparao
2004-10-25, 08:46
Thanks, Bruce! I checked in a fix this morning:

http://lists.slimdevices.com/archives/checkins/2004-October/003518.html

--Vidur

Bruce Tucker wrote:

> I just plugged in bunches of numbers (ending in 5) into the radioio.pm
> file.
> e.g.
> '3745' => '3745',
> '3765' => '3765',
>
> It didn't take me too long to discover that RadioIO Accoustic is
> stream number 3675 not 3765. I've attached the corrected file (but
> didn't annotate the header.) Or you could edit your own file and
> correct the typo yourself.
>
> I also discovered that many of the streams come in triplets, so that
> 3615, 3625, 3635 are all Classical; 3655,3665, and 3675 are Accoustic
> with progressively higher bitrates: 32, 64, 128 kbps (eg 3675 is
> 128kbps).
>
> One could prowl around quite a while and perhaps discover more
> streams, but I stopped when I found the accoustic stream since that
> was the one in question.
>
> In any case, I hope this helps.
>
> Bruce
>
> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Bruce Tucker" <tuckerb2 (AT) adelphia (DOT) net>
> To: "Slim Devices Discussion" <discuss (AT) lists (DOT) slimdevices.com>
> Sent: Saturday, October 23, 2004 7:43 AM
> Subject: [slim] Radioio stations
>
>
>> Hmm, so that's why I never liked their accoustic mix! I never noticed
>> that it was the same as 70's, but checking the 10/22/2004 nightly
>> build, I see that you are indeed right. 3765 for both 70's and
>> acoustic. Perhaps prowling around radioio.com will reveal the stream
>> codes.
>>
>> Bruce
>>
>> # $Id: RadioIO.pm,v 1.2 2004/10/06 15:56:01 vidur Exp $
>>
>> my %stations = (
>> 'radioio70s' => '3765', 'radioio80s' => '3795',
>> 'radioioACOUSTIC' => '3765',
>> 'radioioAMBIENT' => '3605',
>>
>>
>>
>>