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  1. #51
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    At work I am dev-ing using SublimeText on my windows box and copying to the Plugins folder on my Linux Mint mini-server. This is running LMS 7.8 something binary...

    At home I also dev on Windows same way, but copy to my Windows server there. Running LMS 7.75 IIRC.

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    Squeezebox as a VFD Display for XBMC info

    > At home I also dev on Windows same way, but copy to my Windows server
    > there. Running LMS 7.75 IIRC.


    Can you confirm https would work on your Windows server? Or does it not?

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    It indeed worked fine using the repo on Windows (and no strings issue either

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    ..although it is yet to find the latest update from the repo, but I presume it only checks once a day or similar?

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    Squeezebox as a VFD Display for XBMC info

    On Tue, 31 Mar 2015 23:32:45 +0000
    bossanova808 <bossanova808.6un6in (AT) no-mx (DOT) forums.slimdevices.com> wrote:

    > Is that a common use case for LMS (I'm surprised a Pi can even handle
    > LMS to be honest!)?


    Apparently, you have never heard of SqueezePlug?

    On the Pi, The web server part is a bit slow, which is noticeable when
    accessing big lists via GUI and API. For the rest, it works like a charm.
    The new Pi2 would be even better for LMS.

    My intention was to run LMS on Synology NAS, but my NAS architecture was
    (and still is) not supported by the Spotify plugin. So I needed something
    else...

    > You needed:
    >
    > JSON


    I'm very puzzled by this one since, as Michael pointed out, LMS won't run
    without.

    I think the explanation is that LMS always uses JSON::XS while the plugin
    uses JSON. JSON::XS is part of the LMS modules, JSON is not, although it is
    usually present on most Linux distro's.

    > IO::Socket::SSL


    Michael has explained that one.

    > The strings.txt thing baffles me a bit as I checked other addons and
    > they all appear to have a strings.txt file in the main folder just like
    > mine.


    As already mentioned, the line endings...

    Regards,
    Johan

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    Squeezebox as a VFD Display for XBMC info

    On Wed, 01 Apr 2015 06:03:43 +0200
    Michael Herger <slim (AT) herger (DOT) net> wrote:

    > Hmm... sounds like a mess which I should clean up. They should at least
    > have all the same versions. Thanks for the heads up!


    Thank you for your ongoing patience and support!

    -- Johan

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    A quick read implies JSON will use JSON::XS if available otherwise fall back to a perl rather than C implementation...but I presume they're compatible so I can change it to JSON::XS is that's the way to go.

    Re: the plgu - well I ran LMS on a readynas and it was so hopelessly slow I have since regarded most of those low power things as for dabblers only...but things may have moved on a bit since ?2007 or so

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    I got notification of a new message here in my email, but now I can't see it??

    Oh well - I did pretty much finish this and use it daily, if anyone cares - https://github.com/bossanova808/repo...e.bossanova808

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    Squeezebox as a VFD Display for XBMC info

    Hi bossanova808

    > I got notification of a new message here in my email, but now I can't
    > see it??


    Yeah, that was me. I posted to in wrong place, then moved the message
    over to the Xsqueeze thread.

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