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FirePlay Flash client for FireFly

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  • #14141

    Anonymous

    @evilripper wrote:

    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.

    Hi EVILRipper, thanks for your assistance… worked fine for me 😀
    Until now, I’ve didnt had a clue for what reason the musicpassword is

    bye, dNoize

    #14143

    Anonymous

    All

    I do not seem to be getting any returns for cover art from lastFM in my firefly window – anyone else having this issue?

    #14139

    wwarren
    Participant

    When I choose an itunes created playlist in FirePlay, no matter what artist or album I select, the song selection window shows every song by every artist in the playlist. Is that normal behavior or is that a problem I can somehow resolve? “Library” and any Firefly created playlists work as expected, only showing songs belonging to the artist or album chosen. Thanks,

    FirePlay 0.89 and Firefly 1696

    #14137

    Bo Mellberg
    Participant

    This is a bug. I haven’t been able to work on this app for a while, sorry about that.

    I have a mental note to fix the playlist creation. As of now, the whole album is added even though only one song is highlighted.

    Best regards,

    /Bo

    #14142

    vancity

    Just installed the Fireplay add-in for WHS on my EX-470 over the weekend, no problems at all with the install or accessing the client over my home network but trying to access the client from my work over the internet on either FF or IE appears to crash the entire server. Scrolling through the last few pages it seems like a few other people have been experiencing the same problem as me but so far I haven’t seen any thoughts on the cause/solution. Any help would be appreciated since this is exactly what I’ve been looking for (all music sites at work have now been blocked 😡 ). I can provide log entries if that would be of use.

    #14123

    WHAZZZUP
    Participant

    I too can use the Fireplay locally without any issues but when trying to access remotely it locks up my HP MSS bigtime! Does anyone have any ideas? I used the add-in to install without issues, have tried different ports….

    #14124

    lyrikles
    Participant

    I love this software, but I have one issue: when I try to select all genre, all artists, and all albums so I can queue all my songs at once, the album view is blank. Is there another way to select all songs?

    #14126

    Anonymous

    @lyrikles wrote:

    I love this software, but I have one issue: when I try to select all genre, all artists, and all albums so I can queue all my songs at once, the album view is blank. Is there another way to select all songs?

    Same thing here, I would love to be able to use this on my wii as a jukebox but I can not get it to queue up all my music or even all the music in just one genre. Love the software and wish he would update it, as a way secondary note, It would be nice to have the app fit to the entire screen, I have a wide screen and all the panels are huddled in the middle of the screen.

    #14125

    toxic
    Participant

    I have issues with firePlay, it won’t work, I explain my setup here :

    I have the latest ubuntu (karmic), so getting mt-daapd up-n-running was easy… sudo apt-get install mt-daapd. I tested it, and even Rythmbox recognises my local mt-daapd server (even automatically… thanks bonjour I belive.)

    I was able to play music from any Ubuntu-Computer on my LAN, so I have solved all Firewall issues.

    I then downloaded firePlay, modified the FirePlay.html to have host=192.168.0.XX&port=3689

    (Well I also have apache installed, and set up with 2 hosts, one with and one aithout ssl…)

    But browsing to the FirePlay (http or https) show me the flash, but the flash keep stuck on “Connecting to 192.168.0.XX:3689″… No music is showd, I can’t use it… (I tested wit and without password to access the music… just in case…)

    So it would be very nice of you to fix this (I even tried with the latest firefly server to make sure it wasn’t the fault of the pretty old version packaged for ubuntu, exactly the same issue…). If you’re too busy to get this fixed, maybe you could release the .fla source flash-file under any kind of license that would allow me to review the code and solve the problem myself.

    Thanks for your attention.

    #14127

    Anonymous

    Same problem here, mt-daap running, and my rhythembox on my laptop can connect to the server and list songs. However when I run fireplay, it does not list any songs in the list. I have tried port 3689, 9000 but no use. It does not list songs. Please help.

    #14128

    Anonymous

    @toxic wrote:

    But browsing to the FirePlay (http or https) show me the flash, but the flash keep stuck on “Connecting to 192.168.0.XX:3689″… No music is showd, I can’t use it… (I tested wit and without password to access the music… just in case…)

    Having the same issue. Works perfect inside and outside the network using the direct connect (with the 9999 port) But when I tried to redirect through port 80 I get the connecting screen. I based my virtual host off of this:

    ServerName daap.domain.com
    DocumentRoot “/path/to/wwwroot/” # contains the fireplay (rename fireplay.html to index.html)
    RewriteEngine On
    RewriteRule ^/rsp/(.*)$ http://127.0.0.1:8080/rsp/$1 [P]
    RewriteRule ^/login(.*)$ http://127.0.0.1:8080/login$1 [P]
    RewriteRule ^/server-status(.*)$ http://127.0.0.1:8080/server-status$1 [P]
    RewriteRule ^/databases/(.*)$ http://127.0.0.1:8080/databases/$1 [P]

    Options FollowSymLinks
    AllowOverride All
    Order allow,deny
    Allow from all

    and was wondering if I am on the right track. I would try the IIS route but I am already using Apache to redirect ASP.NET stuff to IIS.

    #14129

    Anonymous

    Hello everyone,

    There was said that FirePlay could be accessed with a wii. FirePlay does actually work fine for me on my pc, but for the wii I had to rename FirePlay.html to fireplay.html. After doing that I was able to access FirePlay and it did see all my numbers, but when I tried to click the play button my song doesn’t start to play.

    Can someone tell me if they got FirePlay fully working with a wii and how they were able to do that?

    #14130

    Anonymous

    Getting the exact same results as toxic. In addition, I installed it on IIS and redirected it in IIS to port 81 and it works inside and outside the network. But when I try to go from 81 to 80 through Apache I get the “connecting to………”. I use this:

    ServerName http://www.domain.com
    ServerAlias intranet.domain.com

    ProxyRequests Off

    Options FollowSymLinks
    AllowOverride All
    Order deny,allow
    Allow from all

    ProxyPass / http://intranet.differentdomain:81/
    ProxyPassReverse / http://intranet.differentdomain:81/

    for various IIS websites and they all work fine – except Fireplay.

    Also tried:

    ServerName http://www.domain.com
    ServerAlias intranet.domain.com
    ServerAdmin [email protected]
    DocumentRoot c:/wamp/www/test

    RewriteEngine On
    RewriteRule ^/rsp/(.*)$ http://intranet.differentdomain:9999/rsp/$1 [P]
    RewriteRule ^/login(.*)$ http://intranet.differentdomain:9999/login$1 [P]
    RewriteRule ^/server-status(.*)$ http://intranet.differentdomain:9999/server-status$1 [P]
    RewriteRule ^/databases/(.*)$ http://intranet.differentdomain:9999/databases/$1 [P]

    Options FollowSymLinks
    AllowOverride All
    Order allow,deny
    Allow from all

    for a direct conection from Apache to FirePlay… same thing “connecting to…….” Can anyone offer a suggestion on how to get this working?

    #14131

    Bo Mellberg
    Participant

    This is a notification that FirePlay has moved up to version 0.91.

    Apart from bug fixes, better handling of host and port is implemented, which enables the use of an inverted proxy on your server. This way you can reach your server using the default port 80. This feature was requested and tested by PA at Excito.com.

    Please also note that the project is now found on sourceforge. See my signature for links to the download.

    Best regards,

    /Bo

    #14132

    RigasW
    Participant

    Thanks for the good work!

    Now with version .92 you can even sort playlists, a feature, that is important for me.

    RigasW

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