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  • #1292

    jheinitz
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    Hello,

    I just finished compiling and installing of svn-1539 on Solaris 8 on SPARC. It works fine. The previously reported crashes are fixed and the GUI behaves now like it does with the NSLU2 version.

    From my point of view there is just one issue remaining regarding the Solaris version. When I login to the Web GUI, I see one message appearing very often in the log. It appears about 2-3 times per second when started with -d3. Here is the message:

    2007-04-16 13:44:26 (0000000c): Auth: attempt to gain admin privs from 10.7.52.125 (/)
    2007-04-16 13:44:26 (0000000c): Thread 6: Entering ws_returnerror (401: Unauthorized)
    2007-04-16 13:44:32 (0000000d): Auth: attempt to gain admin privs from 10.7.52.125 (/)
    2007-04-16 13:44:32 (0000000d): Thread 7: Entering ws_returnerror (302: Moved)
    2007-04-16 13:44:32 (0000000e): Auth: attempt to gain admin privs from 10.7.52.125 (/)
    2007-04-16 13:44:32 (0000000f): Auth: attempt to gain admin privs from 10.7.52.125 (/)
    2007-04-16 13:44:33 (00000010): Auth: attempt to gain admin privs from 10.7.52.125 (/)
    2007-04-16 13:44:33 (00000011): Auth: attempt to gain admin privs from 10.7.52.125 (/)
    2007-04-16 13:44:33 (00000012): Auth: attempt to gain admin privs from 10.7.52.125 (/)
    2007-04-16 13:44:33 (00000013): Auth: attempt to gain admin privs from 10.7.52.125 (/)
    2007-04-16 13:44:33 (00000014): Auth: attempt to gain admin privs from 10.7.52.125 (/)

    The 401 and 302 errors appear because I have set an admin password. They do not appear again after I entered the correct password.

    Is there something wrong with the permissions or is it just a warning? I’m a little bit confused because it appears so often.

    Best regards

    Jens

    #10114

    rpedde
    Participant

    @jheinitz wrote:

    Is there something wrong with the permissions or is it just a warning? I’m a little bit confused because it appears so often.

    Oops, no, that’s me. I’ll tune those down next release.

    — Ron

    #10115

    bfranke
    Participant

    Hi there,

    Great, it’s working now on SPARC/Solaris 9!

    Still, I had to manually append “-lresolv” to LIBS in the Makefile to fix the inet_aton error message at link time. On one occasion I got a seg. fault when I was using three iTunes clients simultaneously on three different machines (Mac OS X and Win XP), however, I haven’t been successful in reconstructing this scenario.

    Anyway, great work.

    Cheers,

    Bjoern

    #10116

    rpedde
    Participant

    @bfranke wrote:

    I had to manually append “-lresolv” to LIBS in the Makefile to fix the inet_aton error message at link time.

    Fixed in r1541.

    On one occasion I got a seg. fault when I was using three iTunes clients simultaneously on three different machines (Mac OS X and Win XP), however, I haven’t been successful in reconstructing this scenario.

    If you were to get it while running in gdb and were able to provide a backtrace, that would be excellent.

    — Ron

    #10117

    bfranke
    Participant

    Fixed in r1541.

    Fantastic. Thanks!

    If you were to get it while running in gdb and were able to provide a backtrace, that would be excellent.

    Ok, I’ll see whether I can crash it again. Might take a while, though.

    Bjoern

    #10118

    rpedde
    Participant

    @bfranke wrote:

    Ok, I’ll see whether I can crash it again. Might take a while, though.

    Excellent. I appreciate the effort.

    — Ron

    #10119

    jheinitz
    Participant

    Hello,

    I forgot to mention: I had to add -lresolv to $LIBS using Solaris 8 as well.

    I don’t know what to set for Solaris 10, but I can compile and install on Solaris 10 if you like.

    Best regards

    Jens

    #10120

    rpedde
    Participant

    @jheinitz wrote:

    Hello,

    I forgot to mention: I had to add -lresolv to $LIBS using Solaris 8 as well.

    I don’t know what to set for Solaris 10, but I can compile and install on Solaris 10 if you like.

    Best regards

    Jens

    I should do a lib check for inet_ntoa in -lresolv, but I just cheat and throw it in ldflags when I see a solaris platform. :-/

    #10121

    lunaticallday
    Participant

    Hello Ron,

    it now really works flawlessly on Nexenta (Solaris), especially the applet and playlist πŸ˜‰

    Your support has been really great.

    Keep up the good work! πŸ˜€

    #10122

    rpedde
    Participant

    @lunaticallday wrote:

    Hello Ron,

    it now really works flawlessly on Nexenta (Solaris), especially the applet and playlist πŸ˜‰

    Your support has been really great.

    Keep up the good work! πŸ˜€

    Just keep running nightlies, and I’ll keep it in shape on solaris. πŸ™‚

    — Ron

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