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  • #1665

    barefoot
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    Hi all,

    I just installed the firefly server on my WL500gp (it only worked after removing all of the plugins, other issue). Now the server is running, and I want to visit the web interface. But where is the web interface? Which port does it listen on? Is there a web interace at all?

    And: Is there a documentation at all? I spent half an hor googling for this issue and did not find anything… so… HELP!

    Thanks in advance,

    barefoot

    #12250

    don quixada
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    Uh, read about four posts down. I just posted this question. I’ll help you out though:

    http://forums.fireflymediaserver.org/viewtopic.php?t=6451

    Use the port that is set in your conf file (mine is 3689), so you’d type http://localhost:3869 in your browser.

    dq

    #12251

    barefoot
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    @don quixada wrote:

    Uh, read about four posts down. I just posted this question. I’ll help you out though:

    http://forums.fireflymediaserver.org/viewtopic.php?t=6451

    That is the post from which I concluded that there must be a web interface. I searched all posts naming the interface but I never found a location. Thanks.

    Use the port that is set in your conf file (mine is 3689), so you’d type http://localhost:3869 in your browser.

    dq

    That’s what I tried, but unfortunately, I only got an empty return (blank page, no HTML), so I did not think of this being the interface.

    Anyway, I also tried http://server/index.html and have a crappy result: Buttons that don’t do anything, a missing footer and obviously the css not read – what is going wrong here?

    #12252

    rpedde
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    @barefoot wrote:

    @don quixada wrote:

    Uh, read about four posts down. I just posted this question. I’ll help you out though:

    http://forums.fireflymediaserver.org/viewtopic.php?t=6451

    That is the post from which I concluded that there must be a web interface. I searched all posts naming the interface but I never found a location. Thanks.

    Use the port that is set in your conf file (mine is 3689), so you’d type http://localhost:3869 in your browser.

    dq

    That’s what I tried, but unfortunately, I only got an empty return (blank page, no HTML), so I did not think of this being the interface.

    Anyway, I also tried http://server/index.html and have a crappy result: Buttons that don’t do anything, a missing footer and obviously the css not read – what is going wrong here?

    How did you run ./configure? With –prefix=/opt? Check your config file and see where the admin_root directory points to and see if it’s got the right files in it.

    My guess is that the config file it’s reading is pointing to an old 0.2.4 installation or something.

    — Ron

    #12253

    barefoot
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    @rpedde wrote:

    How did you run ./configure? With –prefix=/opt? Check your config file and see where the admin_root directory points to and see if it’s got the right files in it.

    My guess is that the config file it’s reading is pointing to an old 0.2.4 installation or something.

    — Ron

    I did not configure at all, I used the ipkg package provided – that’s why i am wondering. The config file as well as the admin root directory look fine – and I explicitely start with -c, Can’t explain all this…

    Is it worth trying to compile it on my own? The workchain is installed, but I guess I’d need lots of additional libraries…

    #12254

    barefoot
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    @barefoot wrote:

    Is it worth trying to compile it on my own? The workchain is installed, but I guess I’d need lots of additional libraries…

    Yep, it is worth it. Not a single problem within compilation, and the server is up and running and my soudbridge is playing. Thanks for all the help.

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