|Subject:||Re: [Gnump3d-users] Mandrake serving Ubuntu - something's wrong|
|Date:||Sun, 09 Oct 2005 22:06:56 -0700|
|User-agent:||Mozilla Thunderbird 1.0.2 (X11/20050317)|
I'm running gnump3d on a server
running ubuntu 5.04 and have two ubuntu clients and two Windows
clients, and I've never had any problems with any of them unless the
server was bogged down with other duties. I don't know what Mandrake
would do to muck everything up...|
Out of the box, Ubuntu will behave much like you've described, but this is because it doesn't support mp3s out of the box, and you have to enable the extra repositories and download a number of packages, I can't remember which ones now, but they are in the release notes. I'll look it up if you like.
Assuming you've done this, I'm wondering if you've tried the following:
1) Have you tried "streaming" from the server, to the server? Don't know if you have a soundcard and can do this, but it might tell you something if you're able to do this.
2) Have you tried playing mp3s locally on the clients to make sure there isn't an issue there?
Also, do you have firestarter installed?
Hope this helps some...
Jeff Smith wrote:
I had a great Gnump3d system running. It was a thing of beauty. Then I went and made some changes to my network. I dumped the Redhat9 workstations and upgraded them to Ubuntu 5.04. At the same time, I inherited a new server and migrated most of my services (including Gnump3d) to the new box, now running Mandrake 10 instead of Redhat9.
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