Crossfire release 0.5.0 (webbased streaming client)

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  • #16741
    fizze
    Participant

    @edgecrush3r wrote:

    I just compiled/installed Cherokee 0.6.1 with PHP 5.2.5 as fcgi module on my embedded MyBook with Firefly svn-1696 and it seem to work fine without any modifications using Firefox and IE 😉

    Cheers,
    Tony

    Hm, I’ll try and upgrade to cherokee 0.6.1 then. You are using the quicktime plugin to play mp3, or anything else?

    #16742
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    Just the standard Apple QT plugin, but if required i can make you a template which uses WMplayer (its on my TODO list anyway 😉 ).

    Cheers,
    Tony

    #16743
    fizze
    Participant

    Ok, check, it’s working with cherokee 0.6.2-1 😉 and the default jtiger skin.
    But the “default” firefox skin still gives those weird effects.
    Now On the n810 it’s still no-go, but I believe that has to do with the microb.

    I always wanted to try out firefox on maemo anyways. At least you know cherokee >0.5 is required now 😉

    #16744
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    By default Crossfire will load the right skin according to the browsers-useragent (identifier).
    In the config.xml file you can add your own skins and add a regular expression to match the device…
    The only requirements for the Browser, is that it needs to be AJAX compatible.

    I did some research, and it seems the N810 uses:
    Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux armv6l; en-US; rv:1.9a6pre) Gecko/20070926 Firefox/3.0a1 Tablet browser 0.1.22 RX-34+RX-44_OSSO1.1_0.2007.39-1
    or
    Firefox/3.0a1 Tablet browser 02.2 RX-34+RX-44_2008SE_2-2007.50-2

    just edit the config.xml file and add a gui_template_file entry to match it:

      





    #16745
    fizze
    Participant

    Yeah, I figured that much out.

    The problem is that the browser on the N810 apparently lacks plugins to play mp3, and it even refuses to download the streamed mp3 from binairproxy.php.
    It even opens the link in its own media-player (which is the crappiest thing next to WMP, perhaps). Oh, and it doesn’t even open the poster image file that displays the headphones. Peculiar.
    🙄

    edit:
    I just installed a beta of mobile-firefox onto my n810, and it clearly has to do with the lack of a mp3-capable plugin. Oh well. Im happy with FirePlay on my N810 anywho. But The finger-friendly layout would be nice. I guess the day will come when mobile firefox will be ready, and an mplayer plugin ported. 🙂

    #16746
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    GRRRRRrrrrr.. I was realy looking forward adding N810 support to the list.
    Can the external launched player, stream .mp3”s without the binairy_proxy? If the external player also gets launched if a playlist is openened. I can add M3U or plist support in the next version 😉

    #16747
    fizze
    Participant

    Finally had time to tinker with this, finally.

    When I open a mp3 link within microb (the n810 OS2008 browser), it asks me wether to open or save the file.
    IF I chose to open it it does so in the external media player. It’s working, I’ve tried a couple of files.

    So, Yeah, without binair_proxy I’d assume that works.
    The media player also supports m3u’s.

    Sadly I’m an ebmedded software developer, not a javascript guru. I’m sure it could be fixed rather easily given the proper knowledge. 🙄

    #16748
    fizze
    Participant

    @fizze wrote:

    I guess the day will come when mobile firefox will be ready, and an mplayer plugin ported. 🙂

    Feh schmeh, the day has been here alright! http://www.internettablettalk.com/forums/showthread.php?t=17715 Bundyo has ported a couple of plugins, and mplayer of course takes care of audio/mpeg as well.

    So with the above plugins installed, crossfire works like a charm even in the stock nokia osso browser (microb). 😉

    Next thing I have to tinker with is screen rotation on the n810, then I’m really happy 😉

    #16749
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    Thats GREAT news !!!

    For screen rotation, you could create a template which renders the N810 into the right resolution.
    I am currently working on a php based playlist generator, which currently generates XSPF and ASX files. Another guy already added Flash support instead of using the Quicktime embedded player, which I will try to bundle in the next release.
    If it all works out… Playstation3 support is on its way 😉

    #16750
    fizze
    Participant

    Awesome – Flash support would maybe also work on a stock N810 🙂
    Well, screen rotation is available thru modifying the N810 kernel. It hasn’t got a fancy gyro like the iPhone 😉

    #16751
    Togassa
    Participant

    @fizze wrote:

    So with the above plugins installed, crossfire works like a charm even in the stock nokia osso browser (microb). 😉

    Next thing I have to tinker with is screen rotation on the n810, then I’m really happy 😉

    I installed the mplayer plugin on my n800 and the plugin works.
    But somehow the n800 stops when pressing the play button in crossfire (I guess it has got something to do with the binairyproxy setting).


    @fizze
    or edgecrush3r: Can you describe which settings you changed from what to what, in which files in order to get it working?

    #16752
    fizze
    Participant

    I just tweaked it to bypass the binair proxy stuff, as described in this thread.
    Happy streaming!

    I just hope that all those plugins still work with Diablo.

    #16753
    Togassa
    Participant

    Ah, silly me 😳
    I assume you are refering to the following post:
    @edgecrush3r wrote:

    Edit the ‘index.html’ file:
    locate the function

    function openPlayer(p_itemid , p_element_id) {
    ...
    ...
    [remove the line:]
    playlist_url = base_url + '/binairyproxy.php?enc_url='+ encode64(playlist_url) +'&nocache='+ createTimeStamp();
    ....
    [and]
    [remove the line:]
    url = base_url + '/binairyproxy.php?enc_url='+ encode64(url=http://www.internettablettalk.com/forums/showthread.php?t=14259)here +'&nocache='+ createTimeStamp();
    ...
    }

    now Edit your config.xml file and specify the hostname or ip of your server (NOT localhost!!!).

    I used a different setting on microb then standard (Like the one described here ).
    After I reverted it back to the orginal, it worked like a charm.

    Thank for you quick respons.

    #16754
    UloPe
    Guest

    Hi,

    I just found this and it looks very nice 😉

    I have a problem though that the artists and album Lists are empty.
    Also in the Search results it only shows the album name with no songs in it.

    Under Libraries I have one entry “Library (0)” with just 1 page of (seemingly random) songs from my collection.

    I can connect and play songs from this server (firefly 0.2.4) via iTunes without problems.

    What could be the problem here?

    Thanks
    UloPe

    #16755
    fizze
    Participant

    firefly 0.2.4 is too old. Crossfire doesn’t use the DAAP protocol, but rather the RSP protocol, which has been introduced along the svn-1400-ish builds.

    Please upgrade your build of firefly to svn-1568 for instance, which is a very stable build, too.

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