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Re: [Gnump3d-users] Re: Is This Normal Streaming Behavior?

From: Bryan Moore
Subject: Re: [Gnump3d-users] Re: Is This Normal Streaming Behavior?
Date: Wed, 22 Jul 2009 11:09:22 -0400

On Wed, Jul 22, 2009 at 10:47 AM, Jim Lucas <address@hidden> wrote:
Bryan Moore wrote:
> Having a little problem I hope is easy to solve. Although I've changed
> *nothing*, my gnump3d server won't let me play anything suddenly. I *can*
> log-on to my server ( and browse all my media, but when I
> try to play *anything* vlc and mplayer both report there is not such file.
> Using gnump3d 3.0 on imac g4 flowerpot running debian squeeze and xfce.
> Thanks, in-advance, for any help.

Sounds like it is a either a file system permissions issue or that a
firewall is blocking application(s) or access to the port that you have
GnuMP3d running on.

Verify that all the files AND directories are readable/browsable by the
user that GnuMP3d is running as.

To double-check, I set all files and dirs as 777.
Verify that the server/service is running on the port you expect it to
be on using netstat.

netstat doesn't show port 5190 as open... I'm guessing this may be the problem. How's this solved?
Verify that you can connect to the port with telnet from a remote machine.

Telnet reports it cannot make a connection.

If you have a firewall (FW)
       Verify that your FW is not blocking your application(s)
       Verify that your FW is not blocking any of the ports for GnuMP3d

Completely disabled ufw just for testing.
If all the above are correct, then I'm out of ideas


Thanks for the effort, Jim!

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