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    Solaris x86 10 Squeezecentre 7.3.2 Yay!!!

    -bash-3.00# uname -a
    SunOS V60x 5.10 Generic_138889-05 i86pc i386 i86pc (This is a very very cheap Sun V60x with dual Xenon 3.06GHz CPUs and 3GB RAM from eBay). It has mirrored 300GB SCSI drives and 2x gigabit NICs.

    Slimserver version 7.3.2 (stable).

    After several days of extreme faffing I have managed to get this monster to run! Below are the messages the beast moans as it writhes in its life-agony - any clues as to fixes or ignores?

    "Uuuuurrrrggghhhhhh" -


    -bash-3.00# /export/home/slimsrv/slimrun

    090309 12:39:04 [Warning] option 'max_join_size': unsigned value 18446744073709551615 adjusted to 4294967295
    090309 12:39:04 [Warning] option 'max_join_size': unsigned value 18446744073709551615 adjusted to 4294967295

    [09-03-09 12:39:04.9562] Slim::Schema::init (154) Warning: Creating new database - empty database or database from 6.3.x found

    [09-03-09 12:39:13.9731] Slim::Plugin::MusicMagic::Plugin::initPlugin (150) Can't connect to port 10002 - MusicIP disabled.

    [09-03-09 12:39:14.2863] main::checkDataSource (911) Warning: Schema updated or no tracks in the database, initiating scan.
    The following CPAN modules were found but cannot work with SqueezeCenter:
    GD (loaded 2.35, need 2.35) (This is my favourite error message!)

    To fix this problem you have several options:
    1. Install the latest version of the module(s) using CPAN: sudo cpan Some::Module
    2. Update the module's package using apt-get, yum, etc.
    3. Run the .tar.gz version of SqueezeCenter which includes all required CPAN modules.

    [09-03-09 12:39:24.0823] Slim::Plugin::RhapsodyDirect::Plugin::__ANON__ (134) Unable to resolve address for secure-direct.rhapsody.com

    [09-03-09 12:39:24.1219] Slim::Formats::XML::gotErrorViaHTTP (277) Error: getting http://www.squeezenetwork.com/api/sounds/v1/opml Couldn't resolve IP address for: www.squeezenetwork.com

    [09-03-09 12:39:24.1227] Slim::Plugin::Sounds::Plugin::_gotSoundsError (99) Error: Unable to cache Sounds & Effects menu from SN: Couldn't resolve IP address for: www.squeezenetwork.com

    [09-03-09 12:39:24.6216] Slim::Utils::Firmware::downloadAsyncError (534)
    Warning: Firmware: Failed to download http://update.squeezenetwork.com/upd...2/jive.version (Couldn't resolve IP address for: update.squeezenetwork.com), will try again in 10 minutes.

    [09-03-09 12:39:24.6243] Slim::Networking::SqueezeNetwork::_gotRadioError (222) Unable to retrieve radio directory from SN: Couldn't resolve IP address for: www.squeezenetwork.com

    [09-03-09 12:39:49.0615] main::checkVersionError (979) Error: There was an error while checking for updates to SqueezeCenter:
    Couldn't resolve IP address for: update.squeezenetwork.com

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    With the exception of the DNS issues your errors look a lot like mine.

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    Solaris x86 10 Squeezecentre 7.3.2 Yay!!!

    pettefar wrote:
    > (99) Error: Unable to cache Sounds & Effects menu from SN: Couldn't
    > resolve IP address for: www.squeezenetwork.com
    > (Couldn't resolve IP address for: update.squeezenetwork.com), will try
    > again in 10 minutes.


    I don't know if Solaris has dig, if not, you can use nslookup.

    You should fire up a shell and try to resolve the two addresses:
    www.squeezenetwork.com
    update.squeezenetwork.com

    manually. Perhaps your DNS resolution is not setup.
    Fixing that will help a lot of your other problems.

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    http://www.pfarrell.com/


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    I *think* Solaris will look in /etc/nsswitch.conf for its DNS resolution strategy.
    Since Solaris has an historic taste for NIS, perhaps yours doesn't query DNS servers ?

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