FirePlay Flash client for FireFly

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  • #13511
    Bo Mellberg
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    @n00ben wrote:

    Hi Bo,

    I can currently browse your server… remember to add password authentication 😉

    /regards
    Henrik

    Hmm. How is that possible. Did you just click the .swf-link?

    #13512
    blamm
    Participant

    @Bo Mellberg wrote:

    Absolutely.

    Whoops! I can play all your songs…

    #13513
    Bo Mellberg
    Participant

    @blamm wrote:

    @Bo Mellberg wrote:

    Absolutely.

    Whoops! I can play all your songs…

    Yeah, I see your IP and all. Fan of Jazz are we?

    #13514
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    well, i think something might be wrong with the version in yr sig…

    i just tried d/l it twice… only 310 bytes? that can’t be right…

    anyway, i accidentally copied over the one I had, and now it doesn’t work at all with this 310 byte swf file.

    #13515
    Bo Mellberg
    Participant

    I have removed it. It will stay gone until I resolve this security issue.

    The 310 bytes you are seeing is the error message in html.

    #13516
    blamm
    Participant

    @Bo Mellberg wrote:

    Fan of Jazz are we?

    Sorry, couldnt resist it….

    #13517
    fizze
    Participant

    @Bo Mellberg wrote:

    I have removed it. It will stay gone until I resolve this security issue.

    The 310 bytes you are seeing is the error message in html.

    Well, my two security cent are: Close those DAAP ports and whatnot, only leave 80 open, and some non-standard-SSH port.
    OpenSSH on linux is a breeze, disallow port forwarding for anyone but your user, and use ssh to tunnel port 3689 to your remote machine. Of course SSH should be used with a PKI and passwords too. 😉

    #13518
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    or whynot just parse the connection info from another file? say connection.xml. It’s not going to change anyways, then you can still just upload ‘FirePlay.*’ to the community because the connection info is in your own ‘connection.xml’, and each of us will have our own.

    /regards
    Henrik

    #13519
    Bo Mellberg
    Participant

    Hey all!

    Rewrite is finished. The code is now built the same way as the playlist.html, except that it doesn’t show all songs in your library. You have to select an album just like before. I have planned for multiple selections so later you will be able to force it to look through the whole library. That will take time though (until Ron has enabled sorted querys on the database).

    I also removed the “Brushed aluminium” since it didn’t appeal to all of you.

    The file is now a .zip archive to prevent it from being run from my server directly.

    /Bo

    #13520
    sonichouse
    Participant

    Hi Bo,

    the zip file has a full path embedded in it.
    Any chance you can remove the full path ?

    unzip FirePlay.zip
    Archive: FirePlay.zip
    replace var/www/mellberg/FirePlay.swf? [y]es, [n]o, [A]ll, [N]one, [r]ename: n

    I now get a blank page rendered with this version as well.

    Panic over
    I noticed this in my logs

    Thread 1662: Error opening /opt/share/mt-daapd/admin-root/FirePlay.swf: Permission denied

    Mt-daapd runs as guest, so had to chmod FirePlay.swf to allow guest access.

    #13521
    sonichouse
    Participant

    Running with 0.6, thanks for the quick turnaround and adding the genres.

    I have a genre of R & B, this is displayed as R&B.

    Artist Screamin’ Jay Hawkins comes out as Screamin' Jay Hawkins.

    /Steve

    #13522
    Bo Mellberg
    Participant

    @sonichouse wrote:

    Hi Bo,

    the zip file has a full path embedded in it.
    Any chance you can remove the full path ?

    unzip FirePlay.zip
    Archive: FirePlay.zip
    replace var/www/mellberg/FirePlay.swf? [y]es, [n]o, [A]ll, [N]one, [r]ename: n

    I now get a blank page rendered with this version as well.

    Panic over
    I noticed this in my logs

    Thread 1662: Error opening /opt/share/mt-daapd/admin-root/FirePlay.swf: Permission denied

    Mt-daapd runs as guest, so had to chmod FirePlay.swf to allow guest access.

    OK. I’ll see if I can fix the path. You want me to make it chmod 777?

    Concerning the ampersand, I’ll see if there is a better way of doing the url-escaping.

    #13523
    sonichouse
    Participant

    @Bo Mellberg wrote:

    You want me to make it chmod 777?

    Concerning the ampersand, I’ll see if there is a better way of doing the url-escaping.

    Cheers,
    chmod 744 worked for me.

    #13524
    Bo Mellberg
    Participant

    @sonichouse wrote:

    @Bo Mellberg wrote:

    You want me to make it chmod 777?

    Concerning the ampersand, I’ll see if there is a better way of doing the url-escaping.

    Cheers,
    chmod 744 worked for me.

    Done. Path & chmod is autofixed. The ampersand has to wait some.

    #13525
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    ok several things:

    could you please include FirePlay.html and the *.js thingy? it is ofcourse needed for first time downloaders.

    2. Neither Genre, Artist or Album er sorted, making it very difficult to browse the collection…

    3. You can no longer see a list with all your music, I liked that :-/

    WEEEE the stained metal is gone, thx 😉
    Good work, looking forward to this goes open source, so I can perhaps contribute 🙂

    /regards
    Henrik

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