By the way Richard, you have created a truly unique application. Good
bye Winamp!!!


-----Original Message-----
From: discuss-bounces (AT) lists (DOT)
[mailto:discuss-bounces (AT) lists (DOT)] On Behalf Of Richard
Sent: Friday, July 30, 2004 4:21 PM
To: Slim Devices Discussion
Subject: [slim] Softsqueeze .6 on Mac 10.3.4


To use Softsqueeze remotely you need to open port 9000 and port 3483 on
firewall, or use ssh tunnelling (this is recommended for security).
buffering and the desire to sync with a hardware player were the main
reasons I started developing Softsqueeze .


----- Original Message -----
From: "Charles Kinard" <CKinard (AT) ocngolf (DOT) com>
To: <Discuss (AT) lists (DOT)>
Sent: Friday, July 30, 2004 8:34 PM
Subject: [slim] Softsqueeze .6 on Mac 10.3.4


I noticed your article on softsqueeze in regards to at Mac. I do not
have a squeezebox. I too am trying to get the Softsqueeze to function
from work to my server (all windows environment, not MAC) I have running
at home. Softsqueeze GUI works just fine there from several machines I
have throughout my home. I do have a router as well. I have a
192.168.X.X address on my machine here at work (XP Pro box) I have
softsqueeze installed at work by clicking on the
http://my.ip.address:9000/html/softs.../webstart.html link in my
browser. When I get to the point of finally putting in my home ip of
the router and click "ok" it just sits there trying to connect. What am
I missing here. I am not trying to use SSH tunneling. Do I still have
to forward port 22 thru on my router to the inside server to make the
final connection.

The other thing that is funny is I can get it to work thru "Winamp" from
my machine here at work just not softsqueeze. Winamp's infernal
"buffering" is driving me crazy so this is another reason I am trying to
get softsqueeze to work instead. Plus I like the fact I can forward to
the next track, get a playlist, etc... which you can not do with Winamp.

Hopefully I have explained all of this correctly,

I look forward to your response....