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  • #14111

    Anonymous

    OK …

    I have firefly working successfully with iTunes … But no matter what I do, I’m unable to get FirePlay 0.89 to connect.

    http://server:3689/ gets me to web admin pages …
    http://server:3689/FirePlay.html and
    http://fireplay/index.html both bring up the Fireplay.swf…

    However, no matter what machine (3 different XP machines) running IE7 / Firefox 3 / Opera 9.6 with flash10 installed, I’m unable to get it to do more than sit there saying “Connecting to http://server:3689” … Even the machine that has iTunes installed, and is playing music from the server is unable to get fireplay working …

    I realise the answer is somewhere in the previous 56 pages, but it’s a little much to look through… Can someone help me PLEASE? 🙂

    (as a minor nuisance, how do I get Fireplay to not request the admin login details when being run from outside the admin area?)

    @shley

    #14112

    Anonymous

    I have exactly the same issue, running the last full release of firelfy.

    I **think** the issue is that the release versions do not support rsp, used by fireplay.

    No matter how much reading I do here, i cannot find the answer so can some kind soul please confirm:

    is my assumption above correct and:

    Which version (release or nightly build) supports rsp and the fireplay client?

    #14113

    p3t3Pan

    Hi all,

    Im totally new with FireFly, FirePlay and all of that.
    one thing I can say right out of the box that FirePlay seems to be a really good Player(web-based).

    So, as there is such a high demand of contribution and questions it gets kidna crowded in this thread, as also mentioned above.
    Before I post my question Id like you, the Site-Admin or whoever, to considere maybe settin up a sub-forum for FirePlay-Support, so its easier to answer questions.

    NOW!
    Ive set up Firefly successfuly on a Ubuntu server.
    It streams nicely to my Rhythmbox client and also Fireplay seems to work fine. UNTIL: I try to access the Server from outside my network, via DynDNS or external IP. It seems that everytime I access the FirePlay.html FireFly seems to crash! This doesnt happen from the local-network though!

    So Id love to hear from you guys what to do about it, or if it isnt possible at all.
    Furthermore I have one request: Would it be possible to either move the Fireplay.html to another directory or change the Access-REstriction to it, since I dont want people I might share music with to have access to config.html but still access FirePlay.html.

    I saw there was a request on using another port, that might be overkill, but eg. a running Webserver would do great serving the html file wouldnt it?
    My guess!

    Keep up the good work!
    Thanks!

    #14114

    Anonymous

    I’am having problems running fireplay in a virtual directory through a reverse proxy. The flash interface comes up, but has no content. Is there something with the paths (absolute/relative) I can change to make it work, Bo? Reverse proxy to virtual host like music.example.com works great but to virtual directory like http://www.example.com/music show just the interface without any content. Any ideas?

    Thanks in advance.

    #14115

    djvanas

    Hi all,

    This is my fisrt message on this forum, I’m happy to participate.

    Being a newbie to FireFly and FirePlay I was wondering if somebody has a manual available. I have installed FireFly succesfully (I think) and copied my iTunes library to a Windows Home Server on my network. I have manually adjusted the paths to the music folders. FireFly shows the Playlist in the iTunes files but when I log into FirePlay I get an empty musicplayer. It does display: connecting to://192.168.1.10:9999 but the fields that should display the different tracks from my iTunes libarary remain empty……

    Can someone please give me a hint how to fix this problem?

    Tnx in advance, greetings from Holland,

    David

    #14116

    RigasW
    Participant

    Hi David,

    if you browse that thread you will see that some users did have had that problem.
    We have two computers, where fireplay works and one, where we have the same problem that you have.

    To make sure that your firefly server installation works well, I suggest to install another client software like Firefly Java Client.

    Rigas

    #14117

    Anonymous

    Message for Bo…

    Bo – I do not see any way to PM you on this board or other means to email you.

    I want to discuss a (potential) commercial use of fireplay – have you a way we can get in touch?

    Thanks

    #14118

    Anonymous

    @djvanas wrote:

    Hi all,

    This is my fisrt message on this forum, I’m happy to participate.

    Being a newbie to FireFly and FirePlay I was wondering if somebody has a manual available. I have installed FireFly succesfully (I think) and copied my iTunes library to a Windows Home Server on my network. I have manually adjusted the paths to the music folders. FireFly shows the Playlist in the iTunes files but when I log into FirePlay I get an empty musicplayer. It does display: connecting to://192.168.1.10:9999 but the fields that should display the different tracks from my iTunes libarary remain empty……

    Can someone please give me a hint how to fix this problem?

    Tnx in advance, greetings from Holland,

    David

    Hi David,

    As your using Windows Home Server, you might want to install the Fireplay Add-In for WHS which will configure it all for you. It’s available from http://www.mediasmartserver.net/forums/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=3999

    #14119

    Bo Mellberg
    Participant

    Hey Niznak!

    You can always reach me at [email protected].

    Latest version will soon be up for download, but as of now it’s still 0.89. 0.90 has
    better search, fixed queue-list etc.

    Best regards,

    /Bo

    #14120

    RigasW
    Participant

    Just a question:

    Is there a way to sort Playlists in FirePlay? They are listed in the order of creation …

    Rigas

    #14121

    Bo Mellberg
    Participant

    As I don’t use playlists much myself, I have never considered the need for them to be sorted. I you want it, I can fix it off course.

    /Bo

    #14122

    RigasW
    Participant

    As I use playlists mostly for composers (Bach, Beethoven, Brahms ..) that would be of great help … 🙂

    Rigas

    #14144

    beaon

    I setup fireplay server on my Windows Home Server today. It works great. I even setup the web peice so I can stream music right from a browser. Amazing. Problem is, it only streams MP3. Is there something I can do to support MP4? I’m sorry if this has been answered. When I search for MP4 on this forum I seen an obscene amount of porno related posts which make me hesitant to search to far. Any help is appreciated

    http://myhomeservername:9999/fireplay.html

    no MP4 support, MP3 only.

    #14140

    Anonymous

    Hi,

    is it possible to configure FirePlay to asking each time for the password of my FireFly-Server?

    Right now everyone can connect to my server with typing in the url http://my.dyndns.org/firefly.html without a password prompt.

    Any Ideas?

    Thanks, dNoize

    #14138

    EVILRipper
    Participant

    Yes, configure an admin password. There is an admin password and a music password. Admin password is for the web admin page, the one you are talking about.

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