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    Just a thought - are you forwarding any ports to the internet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shozzer View Post
    Just a thought - are you forwarding any ports to the internet?
    I wouldn't know how to do that, check or change settings. I don't know how or why that would affect things though, as i said it is doing the on two different PCs, running different Windows OS versions running LMS (both PCs are not on at the same time)

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    Quote Originally Posted by slartibartfast View Post
    Have you rebooted the router?

    Sent from my SM-G900F using Tapatalk
    Re-booted and reset several times already......

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    ...This is the most mysterious mystery that i have ever been mystified by.......

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    Have you tried changing your http port to 9001? I think it can be found at <drive letter>:\ProgramData\Squeezebox\prefs in the file "server.prefs" search for httpport which by default is 9000.
    Main system - Rock Solid with LMS 7.9.1 Official on WHS 2011 - 2 Duets and Squeeseslave
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    Thanks. Just tried that, did not help. I realized i wasn't really clear in stating the exact situation the problem occurs in, it is when i try to 'MY MUSIC' or 'MUSIC Folder'.

    Quote Originally Posted by w3wilkes View Post
    Have you tried changing your http port to 9001? I think it can be found at <drive letter>:\ProgramData\Squeezebox\prefs in the file "server.prefs" search for httpport which by default is 9000.

  7. #17
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    Squeezebox server wont stay started

    On Thu, 2018-09-13 at 17:41 +0000, vcrpro3 wrote:
    > Thanks. Just tried that, did not help. I realized i wasn't really
    > clear in stating the exact situation the problem occurs in, it is
    > when i try to 'MY MUSIC' or 'MUSIC Folder'.
    >

    In my experience LMS 7.9.1 is quite happy to run if its music folder is
    inaccessable:

    - with the music folder on a USB drive everything works as expected if
    the USB drive was connected when LMS is started.

    - LMS also starts successfully if the USB drive isn't connected. It
    starts and runs OK, and even shows Artist, Album, ... lists if the
    USB drive isn't connected but its catalogue database is on the main
    disk, but obviously can't play any tracks.

    Unless I missed it, you still haven't shown us what's in the LMS log:
    there's every chance ther'ds useful information in it. The log is a
    plain text file called 'server.log' but I don't know where it would be
    put on a Windows system other than "on the C: drive" (probably). Search
    your system for it and post its contents.


    Martin




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    On Windows when LMS shuts down unexpectedly sometimes it produces error which can only be seen on console output (e.g. a fatal error in some library) - so try running LMS from a command prompt in a window which has been resized to very wide and many lines high.

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    Here it is again;

    Quote Originally Posted by martin@gregorie.org View Post
    On Thu, 2018-09-13 at 17:41 +0000, vcrpro3 wrote:
    > Thanks. Just tried that, did not help. I realized i wasn't really
    > clear in stating the exact situation the problem occurs in, it is
    > when i try to 'MY MUSIC' or 'MUSIC Folder'.
    >

    In my experience LMS 7.9.1 is quite happy to run if its music folder is
    inaccessable:

    - with the music folder on a USB drive everything works as expected if
    the USB drive was connected when LMS is started.

    - LMS also starts successfully if the USB drive isn't connected. It
    starts and runs OK, and even shows Artist, Album, ... lists if the
    USB drive isn't connected but its catalogue database is on the main
    disk, but obviously can't play any tracks.

    Unless I missed it, you still haven't shown us what's in the LMS log:
    there's every chance ther'ds useful information in it. The log is a
    plain text file called 'server.log' but I don't know where it would be
    put on a Windows system other than "on the C: drive" (probably). Search
    your system for it and post its contents.


    Martin
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    martin@gregorie.org
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    Squeezebox server wont stay started

    +-------------------------------------------------------------------+
    > > Filename:
    > > server.zip |
    > > Download:
    > > http://forums.slimdevices.com/attach...hmentid=25615|

    >
    > +-------------------------------------------------------------------+
    >

    OK, Here's what I make of that log.

    >From the entries on the 7th it seems as though you hadn't set a

    hostname or had set an invalid one. Nonetheless LMS was up from 12:27
    to 12:40 waiting for that to be fixed.

    But then, after successful startup at 13:20 (what had you done before
    then?) and managing to load a number of plugins, it failed at 13:24.
    with Audio/Scan.pm line 64 followed by two failed start attempts. What
    happened at that point? Was there an network failure?

    Then LMS apparently started successfully at 20:38:58 and stayed up
    silently until at least 10:22:19 on the 8th

    On the 9th, LMS started at 15:39:23 and remained up until 16:38:06,
    when the decoder it reported an unsupported file format after finding a
    number of files that were shorter than 16 bytes. What did you change to
    cause this? Whatever it was, it was fatal because LMS then refused to
    run at all.

    Do you have much network trouble? Were there network problems or
    congestion on the 7th?

    Have you checked your PC's disks for damage and/or filesystem
    corruption?


    Martin



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