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  • #1313

    Metzeler
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    Hi,

    I´ve just bought a NSLU2 device and a Pinnacle Soundbridge Home Music. The Server runs Unslung 6.8 (V2.3R63-uNSLUng-6.8-beta) and Firefly (svn-1545).

    The problem is, that I can´t play the mp3 files located on the USB disc. The scan was successful, but when I try to play files the soundbridge says something like: “‘Title’ can´t be played!” Amazingly I can access the Tag information with the soundbridge.

    Here is the logfile content for those events:

    0006a803): Thread 424: Connection type HTTP/1.0
    : Connection: non-persist
    2007-04-19 21:03:43 (0006a803): Thread 424: Original URI: /rsp/stream/1074
    2007-04-19 21:03:43 (0006a803): Thread 424: Translated URI: /rsp/stream/1074
    2007-04-19 21:03:43 (0006a803): Thread 424: Preparing to find handler
    2007-04-19 21:03:43 (0006a803): Checking /rsp/stream/1074 against handler for /
    2007-04-19 21:03:43 (0006a803): Thread 424: URI Match!
    2007-04-19 21:03:43 (0006a803): Thread 424: Time is 1177009423 seconds after epoch
    2007-04-19 21:03:43 (0006a803): Thread 424: Setting time header
    2007-04-19 21:03:43 (0006a803): Added *Date=Thu, 19 Apr 2007 19:03:43 GMT*
    2007-04-19 21:03:43 (0006a803): Added *Connection=close*
    2007-04-19 21:03:43 (0006a803): Added *Server=mt-daapd/svn-1545*
    2007-04-19 21:03:43 (0006a803): Added *Content-Type=text/html*
    2007-04-19 21:03:43 (0006a803): Added *Content-Language=en_us*
    2007-04-19 21:03:43 (0006a803): Thread 424: Using non-default handler
    2007-04-19 21:03:43 (0006a803): in main_auth
    2007-04-19 21:03:43 (0006a803): Checking url /rsp/stream/1074
    2007-04-19 21:03:43 (0006a803): Checking url /rsp/stream/1074
    2007-04-19 21:03:43 (0006a803): Dispatching auth for /rsp/stream/1074 to plugin
    2007-04-19 21:03:43 (0006a803): Checking url /rsp/stream/1074
    2007-04-19 21:03:43 (0006a803): Checking url /rsp/stream/1074
    2007-04-19 21:03:43 (0006a803): Dispatching /rsp/stream/1074 to rsp/svn-1545
    2007-04-19 21:03:43 (0006a803): in main_handler
    2007-04-19 21:03:43 (0006a803): Checking url /rsp/stream/1074
    2007-04-19 21:03:43 (0006a803): Checking url /rsp/stream/1074
    2007-04-19 21:03:43 (0006a803): Dispatching /rsp/stream/1074 to plugin
    2007-04-19 21:03:43 (0006a803): Checking url /rsp/stream/1074
    2007-04-19 21:03:43 (0006a803): Checking url /rsp/stream/1074
    2007-04-19 21:03:43 (0006a803): Dispatching /rsp/stream/1074 to rsp/svn-1545
    2007-04-19 21:03:43 (0006a803): Getting uri…
    2007-04-19 21:03:43 (0006a803): Mallocing privinfo…
    2007-04-19 21:03:43 (0006a803): Tokenizing url
    2007-04-19 21:03:43 (0006a803): Found 5 elements
    2007-04-19 21:03:43 (0006a803): Checking reponse 0
    2007-04-19 21:03:43 (0006a803): Checking reponse 1
    2007-04-19 21:03:43 (0006a803): Checking reponse 2
    2007-04-19 21:03:43 (0006a803): Checking reponse 3
    2007-04-19 21:03:43 (0006a803): Checking reponse 4
    2007-04-19 21:03:43 (0006a803): Found it! Index: 4
    2007-04-19 21:03:43 (0006a803): Executing: select * from songs where id=1074
    2007-04-19 21:03:43 (0006a803): Thread 424: Error opening /SHARE/HDD/DATA/HDD_1_1_1/MUSIK/ROCK/POGUES/09 THE POGUES – RAIN STREET.MP3: No such file or directory
    2007-04-19 21:03:43 (0006a803): Thread 424: Entering ws_returnerror (404: Not found)
    2007-04-19 21:03:43 (0006a803): Updating Connection from close to close
    2007-04-19 21:03:43 (0006a803): Emitting reponse header Content-Language: en_us
    2007-04-19 21:03:43 (0006a803): Emitting reponse header Content-Type: text/html
    2007-04-19 21:03:43 (0006a803): Emitting reponse header Server: mt-daapd/svn-1545
    2007-04-19 21:03:43 (0006a803): Emitting reponse header Connection: close
    2007-04-19 21:03:43 (0006a803): Emitting reponse header Date: Thu, 19 Apr 2007 19:03:43 GMT
    2007-04-19 21:03:43 (0006a803): Entering config_set_status
    2007-04-19 21:03:43 (0006a803): Exiting config_set_status
    2007-04-19 21:03:43 (0006a803): Executing: update songs set play_count=play_count + 1, time_played=1177009423 where id=1074
    2007-04-19 21:03:43 (0006a803): Rows: 1
    2007-04-19 21:03:43 (0006a803): Thread 424: Terminating
    2007-04-19 21:03:43 (0006a803): Thread 424: Freeing request headers
    2007-04-19 21:03:43 (0006a803): Thread 424: Freeing response headers
    2007-04-19 21:03:43 (0006a803): Thread 424: Freeing request vars
    2007-04-19 21:03:43 (0006a803): Thread 424: Closing fd
    2007-04-19 21:03:43 (0006a803): With thread 424 exiting, 0 are still running
    2007-04-19 21:03:47 (0006ac03): Thread 425: Entering ws_dispatcher (Connection from 192.168.2.33)
    2007-04-19 21:03:47 (0006ac03): Thread 425: got request
    2007-04-19 21:03:47 (0006ac03): Request: GET /rsp/db/0?query=id%3D1067&type=full HTTP/1.0
    2007-04-19 21:03:47 (0006ac03): Thread 425: Read: User-Agent: Roku SoundBridge/2.5
    2007-04-19 21:03:47 (0006ac03): Thread 425: Adding header *User-Agent=Roku SoundBridge/2.5*
    2007-04-19 21:03:47 (0006ac03): Added *User-Agent=Roku SoundBridge/2.5*
    2007-04-19 21:03:47 (0006ac03): Thread 425: Read: Host: 192.168.2.35:3689
    2007-04-19 21:03:47 (0006ac03): Thread 425: Adding header *Host=192.168.2.35:3689*
    2007-04-19 21:03:47 (0006ac03): Added *Host=192.168.2.35:3689*
    2007-04-19 21:03:47 (0006ac03): Thread 425: Read: Accept: */*
    2007-04-19 21:03:47 (0006ac03): Thread 425: Adding header *Accept=*/**
    2007-04-19 21:03:47 (0006ac03): Added *Accept=*/**
    2007-04-19 21:03:47 (0006ac03): Thread 425: Read: Pragma: no-cache
    2007-04-19 21:03:47 (0006ac03): Thread 425: Adding header *Pragma=no-cache*
    2007-04-19 21:03:47 (0006ac03): Added *Pragma=no-cache*
    2007-04-19 21:03:47 (0006ac03): Thread 425: Read: accept-encoding: gzip
    2007-04-19 21:03:47 (0006ac03): Thread 425: Adding header *accept-encoding=gzip*
    2007-04-19 21:03:47 (0006ac03): Added *accept-encoding=gzip*
    2007-04-19 21:03:47 (0006ac03): Thread 425: Read: accept-codecs: wma,mpeg,wav,mp4a,alac
    2007-04-19 21:03:47 (0006ac03): Thread 425: Adding header *accept-codecs=wma,mpeg,wav,mp4a,alac*
    2007-04-19 21:03:47 (0006ac03): Added *accept-codecs=wma,mpeg,wav,mp4a,alac*
    2007-04-19 21:03:47 (0006ac03): Thread 425: Read: rsp-version: 0.1
    2007-04-19 21:03:47 (0006ac03): Thread 425: Adding header *rsp-version=0.1*
    2007-04-19 21:03:47 (0006ac03): Added *rsp-version=0.1*
    2007-04-19 21:03:47 (0006ac03): Thread 425: Read: transcode-codecs: wav,mp3
    2007-04-19 21:03:47 (0006ac03): Thread 425: Adding header *transcode-codecs=wav,mp3*
    2007-04-19 21:03:47 (0006ac03): Added *transcode-codecs=wav,mp3*
    2007-04-19 21:03:47 (0006ac03): Thread 425: Read:
    2007-04-19 21:03:47 (0006ac03): Thread 425: Headers parsed!
    2007-04-19 21:03:47 (0006ac03): Checking to see if connection matches keep-alive
    2007-04-19 21:03:47 (0006ac03): Nope!

    Can anybody tell me what´s going wrong here?

    thanks!

    Sven

    #10228

    Ted Harper
    Participant

    @metzeler wrote:

    Hi,

    I´ve just bought a NSLU2 device and a Pinnacle Soundbridge Home Music. The Server runs Unslung 6.8 (V2.3R63-uNSLUng-6.8-beta) and Firefly (svn-1545).

    2007-04-19 21:03:47 (0006ac03): Thread 425: Read: User-Agent: Roku SoundBridge/2.5
    2007-04-19 21:03:47 (0006ac03): Thread 425: Adding header *User-Agent=Roku SoundBridge/2.5*
    2007-04-19 21:03:47 (0006ac03): Added *User-Agent=Roku SoundBridge/2.5*

    Could it be that your Soundbridge firmware is 2.5 and that is too old to work with the new RSP protocol (and that Firefly is not offering DAAP because it thinks the device should be using RSP)?

    Does the problem still happen after you update to the latest Soundbridge firmware?

    ted.h.

    #10229

    Metzeler
    Participant

    Oh, thats interesting! I´ve updated the soundbridge before installation of the NSLU. When I look at “Version Info” in the Soundbridge menu it says: 2.7.78! Another upgrade is not possible.

    #10230

    sonichouse
    Participant

    @metzeler wrote:

    2007-04-19 21:03:43 (0006a803): Executing: select * from songs where id=1074
    2007-04-19 21:03:43 (0006a803): Thread 424: Error opening /SHARE/HDD/DATA/HDD_1_1_1/MUSIK/ROCK/POGUES/09 THE POGUES – RAIN STREET.MP3: No such file or directory
    2007-04-19 21:03:43 (0006a803): Thread 424: Entering ws_returnerror (404: Not found)

    Have you set your configuration to be case sensitive in the advanced config ?

    #10231

    rpedde
    Participant

    @sonichouse wrote:

    @metzeler wrote:

    2007-04-19 21:03:43 (0006a803): Executing: select * from songs where id=1074
    2007-04-19 21:03:43 (0006a803): Thread 424: Error opening /SHARE/HDD/DATA/HDD_1_1_1/MUSIK/ROCK/POGUES/09 THE POGUES – RAIN STREET.MP3: No such file or directory
    2007-04-19 21:03:43 (0006a803): Thread 424: Entering ws_returnerror (404: Not found)

    Have you set your configuration to be case sensitive in the advanced config ?

    That’s it, probably. It should be *not* case sensitive. Change that flag, re-scan and it should be golden.

    — Ron

    #10232

    Ted Harper
    Participant

    @metzeler wrote:

    Oh, thats interesting! I´ve updated the soundbridge before installation of the NSLU. When I look at “Version Info” in the Soundbridge menu it says: 2.7.78! Another upgrade is not possible.

    Ok, looks like I was on the wrong track then and Ron has found the actual problem for you (hopefully).

    Funny – and awkward for server authors like Ron – that the header on the request from the Soundbridge seems to show a different/incorrect firmware version from what you have installed 🙁

    ted.h.

    #10233

    rpedde
    Participant

    @Ted Harper wrote:

    Funny – and awkward for server authors like Ron – that the header on the request from the Soundbridge seems to show a different/incorrect firmware version from what you have installed 🙁

    Wow.. that is strange. Wonder if they won’t bump the version number until it’s a “stable” release. Or is 2.7 stable already? Maybe it’s just a plain ol’ bug. 🙂

    #10234

    Metzeler
    Participant

    Thanks for the hints, but it´s already set to “not” case sensitive. Version 2.7 is an official stable fw release from pinnacle.

    Any other Ideas?

    #10235

    S80_UK
    Participant

    @rpedde wrote:

    Wonder if they won’t bump the version number until it’s a “stable” release. Or is 2.7 stable already? Maybe it’s just a plain ol’ bug. 🙂

    Well, according to Roku, 2.7.78 is a “stable” release. According to quite a few users, including me, there are some significant issues which appeared late in the beta testing which have been resolved by downgrading (by direct arrangement with Roku). I am working with 2.5.174 on my SBs, having downgraded before Roku made the last beta permanent.

    #10236

    Metzeler
    Participant

    Do you know if it´s possible to downgrade from 2.7.78 to 2.5 and how does this work?

    The only reason why I need 2.7.78 is the capability for WPA encryption for the Wifi interface. WEP is to insecure in my opinion, but if it works better with 2.5 I will change my wifi settings to WEP.

    #10237

    richdunlop
    Participant

    @metzeler wrote:

    Do you know if it´s possible to downgrade from 2.7.78 to 2.5 and how does this work?

    You can’t downgrade automatically but Roku seem to be downgrading people on a per request basis. If you decide to downgrade I’d suggest you go to the forum and PM RokuLyndon.

    #10238

    Ted Harper
    Participant

    Assuming Ron is on the right track with the File Not Found (error in the log you posted) – and of course there is no reason to think he isn’t – I don’t know if changing your Soundbridge firmware version is going to resolve the problem. I am running the latest Soundbridge firmware with the latest Firefly nightly on a NSLU2 and everything is working perfectly for me for example.

    Do you have a PC or Mac with iTunes on it? If so, can you try playing the same track(s) from Firefly (should show up as a Shared Library in iTunes) via iTunes and see if they succeed that way. If iTunes also fails it’ll likely be some funny setup peculiarity with your Firefly.

    ted.h.

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