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  • #13946

    Anonymous

    Hi,

    I have the same problem like some others here.

    I can not connect to my firefly server with your flash applet.

    I see the GUI and on top, above the timeline, is written: “Connecting to 192.168.100.2:3689” but nothing happens.

    I can access the server from iTunes and the music plays well.

    Any idea what I can do?

    #13947

    Anonymous

    Ok, maybe I have found out something.

    I tried that stand alone java firefly client.

    When I connect to my server it accepts my password but than gives me a 404 not found error.

    Possibly fireplay fails because of this.

    Can you help me to find out why this is? iTunes has no problems with accessing the firefly server

    #13948

    Bo Mellberg
    Participant

    Maybe there is a problem with rsp (Roku Server Protocol). Both FirePlay and the Fireflyclient (java) uses rsp. Itunes uses the DAAP-protocol.

    If you browse to http://www.yourserver.com:3689/index.html what does it say under “RSP”?

    Mine looks like this:

    #13949

    Anonymous

    Yes, that was the bug.

    Now it works fine 🙂 Great Work Thx

    #13950

    RigasW
    Participant

    Hi,

    I run the old .0.2.3 Version of mt-daapd on OpenSlug 3.1.
    Up to now I use “Get it together” to connect to the slug. Works fine.

    Wanted to try out your embedded player. The gui starts fine but then it says “connecting to http://192.168.178.10:3689” but the songs do not come up …

    Could it be that FirePlay does not support this rather old release of mt-daapd (Firefly)?

    I cannot use a new version of firefly because they do not run under OpenSlug. Besides streaming music my slug does some more jobs and I do not want to set everything new from scratch with a different OS now…

    Rigas

    #13951

    fizze
    Participant

    Most definetely.
    FirePlay uses RSP, not DAAP to connect. And RSP was only introduced around 1000-ish nightly builds.

    As performance and a lot of other things are better, I’d suggest you to update.
    But keep a backup of your old install, and the song database handy, you never know what breaks 😉

    #13952

    RigasW
    Participant

    Mhm,

    could be a reason to buy one more slug …

    Is there a list somewhere what is actually better now compared to my old version 0.2.3?

    Rigas

    #13953

    fizze
    Participant

    Yes, that would be the changelog on trac.fireflymediaserver.org 😉
    But that’s quite cumbersome.

    You can use fireplay, or fireflyclient now, you get a nice web-interface. Support for static playlists, and also for smart playlists are a lot improved.
    It imports playlists and ratings from iTunes, does transcoding from virtually any format you’ve got a backend for to WAV, you can change debuglevels dynamically, ….. blabla soo viele neue sachen 😀

    #13954

    pft

    Great tool, thanks for all your work on this.

    Does anyone have any idea why the shuffle button might not be active? I am unable to get it to work, no matter if I have one or more albums in the queue. What am I missing?

    Thanks for any help.

    Daniel

    Fireplay v.0.85
    Firefly svn-1586
    Suse Linux 10.1

    #13955

    Anonymous

    @Bo Mellberg wrote:

    @typheous wrote:

    moving to /var/www then wont connect as path hasn’t been connected to via 3689
    cant find a way to edit files to tell it to go through 3689. lost.

    You should be able to edit FirePlay.html to do this. In three spots, edit the file to “host=www.yourserver.com&port=3689”

    If you want to, protect the directory using an ordinary .htaccess-file (assuming apache server).

    Ah your right on it there. I actually found exactly what you mentioned on a page in this post, being so long took a while to find it. Can I suggest a dedicated spot in the Wiki for documentation, this program deserves it!

    #13956

    Anonymous

    Hi!
    I think the fireplay interface is great, but i would like an option to remove the “download selected song” function. I would like to use FirePlay on a high school where the students should be able to stream songs but not to download them. Is this something that is easy to do Bo?

    thanks

    Lars Eirik (Norway)

    #13957

    Bo Mellberg
    Participant

    @lestole wrote:

    Hi!
    I think the fireplay interface is great, but i would like an option to remove the “download selected song” function. I would like to use FirePlay on a high school where the students should be able to stream songs but not to download them. Is this something that is easy to do Bo?

    thanks

    Lars Eirik (Norway)

    Can you prevent the html from being edited? If yes, I can implement a variable “preventdownload=” which you can set to 1 if you just want to hide the download “button”.

    #13958

    Anonymous

    No problem! I believe that would solve the problem!

    #13959

    Bo Mellberg
    Participant

    @lestole wrote:

    No problem! I believe that would solve the problem!

    OK, I’m on it. I will just grey out the button and disable the link if preventdownload=1.

    #13960

    Bo Mellberg
    Participant

    @pft wrote:

    Great tool, thanks for all your work on this.

    Does anyone have any idea why the shuffle button might not be active? I am unable to get it to work, no matter if I have one or more albums in the queue. What am I missing?

    I have not yet decided on how to switch between the songs in an album and the currently playing playlist. As of now the are the same, so if you select another album while playing a song, you will play a song from the newly selected album instead. This is bad, I know and I’m kind of “working” on it.

    In other words, the shuffle is not yet implemented. You are not the faulty one! 😉

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