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  • #378
    eddieb
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    I noticed the java applet missing from 1249 …
    Did I miss something or was that dropped intentionally ?

    Going to the CONFIG page gives me a blank screen (just the page header) .. After a reload I get the basic config page

    Eddie

    #5174
    Anonymous
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    The java applet was removed since it mostly didn’t work and it gave users a bad first impression of Firefly. I think everything is still in the distro, so you could point you browser to /applet.html to use it.

    Can you repeat the config-page-being-blank error on demand? Which browser and browser version are you using?

    #5175
    eddieb
    Participant

    Ok,

    the java applet was the only way I could listen to my music from my RHEL4 machine … and that worked …

    I am using FF on OSX 10.4.6 … when I point to the admin interface, it comes up with the main status page, the 1st time I click on “config” the screen stays empty, besides the header. A RELOAD shows me the page …
    The server is running on YellowDog 4 on my PowerMacG4 …

    Eddie

    #5176
    rpedde
    Participant

    @eddieb wrote:

    Ok,

    the java applet was the only way I could listen to my music from my RHEL4 machine … and that worked …

    I am using FF on OSX 10.4.6 … when I point to the admin interface, it comes up with the main status page, the 1st time I click on “config” the screen stays empty, besides the header. A RELOAD shows me the page …
    The server is running on YellowDog 4 on my PowerMacG4 …

    Eddie

    Sounds like we need a config for the java applet. What browser are you using on what platform when you get the problem with the config page?

    #5177
    eddieb
    Participant

    Ron,

    As I said before, the client is OSX 10.4.6 (PPC), the browser is FF 1.5.0.4

    Eddie

    #5178
    Ted Harper
    Participant

    @eddieb wrote:

    the java applet was the only way I could listen to my music from my RHEL4 machine … and that worked …

    I found an open source Java application a couple of weeks ago which can act as a remote player to iTunes/Firefly via DAAP. See the earlier thread at http://forums.fireflymediaserver.org/viewtopic.php?t=4720 or the download of the Java application itself from http://getittogether.sourceforge.net/

    That might be an even better option for you than the applet included within Firefly? Might be worth a try anyway.

    ted.h.

    #5179
    eddieb
    Participant

    @Ted Harper wrote:

    @eddieb wrote:

    the java applet was the only way I could listen to my music from my RHEL4 machine … and that worked …

    I found an open source Java application a couple of weeks ago which can act as a remote player to iTunes/Firefly via DAAP. See the earlier thread at http://forums.fireflymediaserver.org/viewtopic.php?t=4720 or the download of the Java application itself from http://getittogether.sourceforge.net/

    That might be an even better option for you than the applet included within Firefly? Might be worth a try anyway.
    ted.h.

    Ted,

    I tried GIT a while a go, it looks promissing, BUT … It is not looking for the daapd on multicast … It just looks on eth0, while the connection to my daapd server is on tap0 (openvpn) …
    I even discussed that with the author of GIT but, he did not seemed to be very interested …
    If that could be fixed, GIT would be a nice solution to play …

    Eddie

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