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I was having trouble playing FLAC files, so I made a modification to the FLACPCM script. I am not sure what the original intent of the code was, put I changed it to:
flac -d "$1" -c --endian=big --force-raw-format --sign=signed
I also tested it on a track that contained a double quote in the full path and it worked fine, specifically, it was "Rock/Phil Collins/12"ers/01-Take Me Home.flac".
Alex Atkin UK
Are you sure about that? I had to set it to:
flac -d "$var" -c --endian=big --force-raw-format --sign=signed
It didnt work the way you suggested.
Thanks for the info, but i'm still unable to stream flac files. I modified flacpcm to "flac -d "$var" -c --endian=big --force-raw-format --sign=signed"
I'm running Ubuntu Edgy, and I noticed that I had to change permissions of the start script to sucessfully run x360mediaserve. First time i tried to play a flac file i got something like acess denied for flacpcm, changed permission of that file too and now i get this message:
java.io.IOException: Cannot run program "/home/pelle/Desktop/xmediaserve/ScriptDir/flacpcm" (in directory "/home/pelle/Desktop/xmediaserve/ScriptDir"): java.io.IOException: error=2, No such file or directory
Any help much appreciated!