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    Robin Bowes
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    Net::UDAP - SqueezeBox Receiver configuration tool

    Hi all,

    Net::UDAP is a Perl module to configure the SqueezeBox Receiver (SBR)
    from a PC, i.e. without requiring a SqueezeBox Controller (SBC).

    The project homepage is here:

    http://projects.robinbowes.com/Net-UDAP

    Net::UDAP was originally released in June 2008 and there have been no
    significant changes since then. However, I've recently updated the
    documentation so thought I'd post this announcement in case anyone tried
    it previously but got stuck for whatever reason.

    I've also fixed the registration system on the website so it is now
    possible to register, login, and create support tickets. You could even
    go completely crazy and add/improve the doucmenation by editing the wiki!

    Net::UDAP is free software, but allow me to draw your attention to my
    Paypal donnation link:

    http://projects.robinbowes.com/Net-U...tart#Donations



    Enjoy!

    R.


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    Net::UDAP - SqueezeBox Receiver configuration tool

    Excellent work, Robin!
    I'll check it out.

    IMHO LogiTech should make a handsome donation for your good work (and
    work they should've been doing themselves).
    How about 5 free Duets for each of your kids?

    Regards,
    Peter


  3. #3
    Robin Bowes
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    Net::UDAP - SqueezeBox Receiver configuration tool

    Peter wrote:
    > Excellent work, Robin!
    > I'll check it out.
    >
    > IMHO LogiTech should make a handsome donation for your good work (and
    > work they should've been doing themselves).
    > How about 5 free Duets for each of your kids?


    Oh, I get my rewards, direct and indirect.

    For example, I start a new perl coding job on Monday 12th essentially on
    the back of my Net::UDAP code.

    So, I'm fairly happy.

    That's not to say that I wouldn't welcome more recompense, financial or
    otherwise

    R.


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    problems with running "udap_shell.pl"

    Quote Originally Posted by Robin Bowes View Post
    Peter wrote:
    > Excellent work, Robin!
    > I'll check it out.
    >
    > IMHO LogiTech should make a handsome donation for your good work (and
    > work they should've been doing themselves).
    > How about 5 free Duets for each of your kids?


    Oh, I get my rewards, direct and indirect.

    For example, I start a new perl coding job on Monday 12th essentially on
    the back of my Net::UDAP code.

    So, I'm fairly happy.

    That's not to say that I wouldn't welcome more recompense, financial or
    otherwise

    R.
    Hello!
    Thanks for the tool.- But I have problem with running it. The comes different error-messages, for example "error lin Line 27", and after copying file to my path "error in lin31".
    I habe OS "Win Vista" and Perl 5.8.8. What must I do that "udap_shell.pl" works well, so that I can configure my squeezebox without controller?
    Regards
    Bernd

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    Net::UDAP - SqueezeBox Receiver configuration tool

    Robin Bowes wrote:
    > Hi all,
    >
    > Net::UDAP is a Perl module to configure the SqueezeBox Receiver (SBR)
    > from a PC, i.e. without requiring a SqueezeBox Controller (SBC).
    >
    > The project homepage is here:
    >
    > http://projects.robinbowes.com/Net-UDAP
    >
    > Net::UDAP was originally released in June 2008 and there have been no
    > significant changes since then. However, I've recently updated the
    > documentation so thought I'd post this announcement in case anyone tried
    > it previously but got stuck for whatever reason.
    >


    I've 'compiled' this version with perlapp from the Activestate Perl PDK.
    The resulting executable is a probably bit easier to user for the average
    SB user. You can put it up on the Net-UDAP page if you want.

    http://slim2lirc.myown.mailcan.com/udap_shell_1_0_0.exe

    Regards,
    Peter


  6. #6
    Robin Bowes
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    Net::UDAP - SqueezeBox Receiver configuration tool

    Peter wrote:

    > I've 'compiled' this version with perlapp from the Activestate Perl PDK.
    > The resulting executable is a probably bit easier to user for the average
    > SB user. You can put it up on the Net-UDAP page if you want.
    >
    > http://slim2lirc.myown.mailcan.com/udap_shell_1_0_0.exe


    Thanks for this.

    Any idea about the licensing implications? i.e. is it freely distributable?

    R.


  7. #7
    Robin Bowes
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    Net::UDAP - SqueezeBox Receiver configuration tool

    Robin Bowes wrote:
    > Peter wrote:
    >
    >> I've 'compiled' this version with perlapp from the Activestate Perl PDK.
    >> The resulting executable is a probably bit easier to user for the average
    >> SB user. You can put it up on the Net-UDAP page if you want.
    >>
    >> http://slim2lirc.myown.mailcan.com/udap_shell_1_0_0.exe

    >
    > Thanks for this.
    >
    > Any idea about the licensing implications? i.e. is it freely distributable?


    Hmmm, I get the variable "not initialised" msgs when I ran this the
    first time, but it was OK with code direct from the RELEASE_1.0.0 tag
    and also the second time I ran this executable. I wonder what causes that?

    R.


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    Net::UDAP - SqueezeBox Receiver configuration tool

    Robin Bowes wrote:
    > Peter wrote:
    >
    >
    >> I've 'compiled' this version with perlapp from the Activestate Perl PDK.
    >> The resulting executable is a probably bit easier to user for the average
    >> SB user. You can put it up on the Net-UDAP page if you want.
    >>
    >> http://slim2lirc.myown.mailcan.com/udap_shell_1_0_0.exe
    >>

    >
    > Thanks for this.
    >
    > Any idea about the licensing implications? i.e. is it freely distributable?
    >


    I have a license for the compiler, so I can distribute the executable.
    That means I can share it with anyone I want. That's fairly standard for
    compilers. Perlapp isn't really a compiler though. It bundles the Perl
    compiler and the libraries used inside the exe-package and unpacks it
    all before running. That's why you'll notice that the start up time is
    slower because of the unpacking.

    I know the Logitech guys use perlapp for packaging SqueezeCenter, so
    they could have packed it for you too. Even better, they could also make
    an OS-X executable.

    Regards,
    Peter


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    Net::UDAP - SqueezeBox Receiver configuration tool

    > I know the Logitech guys use perlapp for packaging SqueezeCenter, so
    > they could have packed it for you too. Even better, they could also make
    > an OS-X executable.


    We only use PerlApp on Windows (so far). Shouldn't the script run on OSX'
    perl installation?

    Michael


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    Net::UDAP - SqueezeBox Receiver configuration tool

    Michael Herger wrote:
    >> I know the Logitech guys use perlapp for packaging SqueezeCenter, so
    >> they could have packed it for you too. Even better, they could also make
    >> an OS-X executable.
    >>

    >
    > We only use PerlApp on Windows (so far). Shouldn't the script run on OSX'
    > perl installation?
    >


    Windows, Linux, OSX. All of them, I guess.

    But Windows & OSX should cover most customers and Linux boxes usually
    have Perl installed already.

    Regards,
    Peter


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