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  1. #1
    bob villielm
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    rewind/fast-forward mp3 broken

    Brings the slimserver down. Each time, slimserver.log gets:

    Use of uninitialized value in modulus (%) at Slim/Player/Source.pm
    line 131.
    Illegal modulus zero at Slim/Player/Source.pm line 131.

    Running the 01-16 nightly under mandrake linux 9.1.

    -bob

    (Should problems with the nightlies be posted here, or should
    they go in the "developer" list I've seen mentioned? Personally,
    since so many of us are using the nightlies, I'd say submit
    major show-stoppers here, minor nits to developer/bugzilla.
    On the other hand, this list is getting kinda cluttered...)

  2. #2
    Caleb Epstein
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    rewind/fast-forward mp3 broken

    On Fri, Jan 16, 2004 at 12:46:40PM -0500, bob villielm wrote:

    > [problem w/MP3 FF]


    On an only-slightly-related note, has anyone ever suggested
    implementing a "seek" bar instead of the RW/FF function?

    Being able to skip forward to some known time in a track would
    be much more useful than the current 2X/4X playback IMHO.

    --
    Caleb Epstein | bklyn . org |
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  3. #3
    bob villielm
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    rewind/fast-forward mp3 broken

    bob villielm wrote:

    > Brings the slimserver down. Each time, slimserver.log gets:
    >
    > Use of uninitialized value in modulus (%) at Slim/Player/Source.pm
    > line 131.
    > Illegal modulus zero at Slim/Player/Source.pm line 131.
    >
    > Running the 01-16 nightly under mandrake linux 9.1.


    Ahh. Just noticed (in the web interface) that bitrates are out
    of whack. Remember someone reported they were really high a few
    days back? I'm seeing bitrates like 0.22 kbps. Cool, I get
    to use the word "pendulous."

    -bob

  4. #4
    Gadfly, Former Founder Slim Devices dean's Avatar
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    rewind/fast-forward mp3 broken

    I can't reproduce this problem here, nor the fractional bitrate problem
    you saw.

    Are you sure you are fully up to date? How did you install?

    On Jan 16, 2004, at 9:46 AM, bob villielm wrote:

    > Brings the slimserver down. Each time, slimserver.log gets:
    >
    > Use of uninitialized value in modulus (%) at Slim/Player/Source.pm
    > line 131.
    > Illegal modulus zero at Slim/Player/Source.pm line 131.
    >
    > Running the 01-16 nightly under mandrake linux 9.1.
    >
    > -bob
    >
    > (Should problems with the nightlies be posted here, or should
    > they go in the "developer" list I've seen mentioned? Personally,
    > since so many of us are using the nightlies, I'd say submit
    > major show-stoppers here, minor nits to developer/bugzilla.
    > On the other hand, this list is getting kinda cluttered...)
    >

  5. #5
    =?ISO-8859-1?Q?Peter_=27epostlistor=27_N=F5u?=
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    rewind/fast-forward mp3 broken

    I had the same problem (brlow) reported yesterday, running the Jan 15
    nightly. Service stopped dead, and I found the error message in the
    application event log. win2k server

    /peter

    dean blackketter wrote:
    > I can't reproduce this problem here, nor the fractional bitrate problem
    > you saw.
    >
    > Are you sure you are fully up to date? How did you install?
    >
    > On Jan 16, 2004, at 9:46 AM, bob villielm wrote:
    >
    >> Brings the slimserver down. Each time, slimserver.log gets:
    >>
    >> Use of uninitialized value in modulus (%) at Slim/Player/Source.pm
    >> line 131.
    >> Illegal modulus zero at Slim/Player/Source.pm line 131.
    >>
    >> Running the 01-16 nightly under mandrake linux 9.1.

  6. #6
    NOT a Slim Devices Employee kdf's Avatar
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    rewind/fast-forward mp3 broken

    Quoting Peter 'epostlistor' N§u <dkmj (AT) nou (DOT) com>:

    > I had the same problem (brlow) reported yesterday, running the Jan 15
    > nightly. Service stopped dead, and I found the error message in the
    > application event log. win2k server
    >
    > /peter


    I can't get this to happen either. Does it crash for every mp3? Immediately on
    trying to ffwd?

    -kdf


    > dean blackketter wrote:
    > > I can't reproduce this problem here, nor the fractional bitrate problem
    > > you saw.
    > >
    > > Are you sure you are fully up to date? How did you install?
    > >
    > > On Jan 16, 2004, at 9:46 AM, bob villielm wrote:
    > >
    > >> Brings the slimserver down. Each time, slimserver.log gets:
    > >>
    > >> Use of uninitialized value in modulus (%) at Slim/Player/Source.pm
    > >> line 131.
    > >> Illegal modulus zero at Slim/Player/Source.pm line 131.
    > >>
    > >> Running the 01-16 nightly under mandrake linux 9.1.

    >
    >

  7. #7
    bob villielm
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    rewind/fast-forward mp3 broken

    dean blackketter wrote:
    > I can't reproduce this problem here, nor the fractional bitrate problem
    > you saw.
    >
    > Are you sure you are fully up to date? How did you install?


    Had installed 1/12 fresh, then used rpm -Uhv for the 1/16 build.
    Uninstalled and did 1/16 fresh (rpm -i), and the problem is gone.
    (Peter, give that a try and see if it fixesit for you, too?)
    So, I guess I'll stick with that technique for future nightlies.

    Sorry for the false alarm.

    -bob

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    NOT a Slim Devices Employee kdf's Avatar
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    rewind/fast-forward mp3 broken

    Quoting bob villielm <bobv (AT) earthling (DOT) net>:

    > dean blackketter wrote:
    > > I can't reproduce this problem here, nor the fractional bitrate problem
    > > you saw.
    > >
    > > Are you sure you are fully up to date? How did you install?

    >
    > Had installed 1/12 fresh, then used rpm -Uhv for the 1/16 build.
    > Uninstalled and did 1/16 fresh (rpm -i), and the problem is gone.
    > (Peter, give that a try and see if it fixesit for you, too?)
    > So, I guess I'll stick with that technique for future nightlies.
    >
    > Sorry for the false alarm.


    I suspect this was actually due to the ID3 tag caching. The code that spits out
    bitrates has changed, and the bitrates are stored in the cacheDB. When you
    uninstalled completely, you erased the DB. I just had the same oddness happen
    to me, and when I turned off the cache, the bitrates then displayed properly.

    so really...it could have indeed been a bug.

    -kdf

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