Apologies for more duplicate bug entries, but I cannot add files to existing bugs. Here is a wireshark capture of fuppes 0.678 trying to talk to the Sony BD player.
fuppes wireshark cap
Well, I really hoped the connection would get farther with 0.687. Can you please make another capture with a server that's working. Maybe rygel or minidlna. not twonky.
The error message from the BD player is different in 0.687 also -- it sees the server name "fuppes etc" but gives a generic message, instead of "DLNA not supported".. also during the capture, the responses from fuppes are slower than I recall in 0.660 (you can see the wireshark timings).
I'll upload a rygel capture a bit later (still can't see how to add a file to an existing bug report -- any suggestions?)
> still can't see how to add a file to an existing bug report -- any suggestions?
Under "Attached File ( 1 )" there is a label "Add a file". Click that and the upload box appears.
can you please try again with svn 679.
fuppes 679 successful discovery (photos only)
rygel wireshark capture for comparison
Thanks! Fuppes is now recognized, but only shows up under "photos" -- not "music" or "video" even though I have plenty of various music files in the share. The photos show up fine though. Probably the problem with music/video are some mime type advertisements?
I've attached a new wireshark capture of 679, and a capture of rygel doing the same procedure from the sony device.
I really appreciate your willingness to get things working on this eccentric bluray player!
> only shows up under "photos" -- not "music" or "video"
Yeah, I expected that. The problem was that fuppes did not include the DLNA-profiles in the "GetProtocolInfo"-response. With 679 I added the DLNA-profiles for images (jpeg and png) but not the audio or video profiles. I will fix that soon.
Thanks for your help!
Good to see this is being developed. I too am trying to get this working on the same sony product. I would like to help test this, however my knowledge of working with SVN repos is rather limited.
I had installed ver .655 through getdeb.net as I am not a big fan of manual compilation, as it usually gets messy when I do it.
Do I simply need to remove that package and execute:
svn co https://fuppes.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/fuppes fuppes
from the command line? Is there someplace I can go to read up on this?
Uli: thanks for your work on these compatibility issues. With version 680 I am able to get photos & audio, and I have even gotten transcoding of oggs to work! This is great!
I only have one quirky thing that might be specific to this device:
* Every time I start fuppes, it gets identified as a completely NEW & separate server than each previous time. That means if I start and stop fuppes 5 times, I end up with 5 entries in my menu. I don't know what causes this (maybe fuppes picks a random source port, or a random "id" number). I tried to fix the "serial number" in the device settings but this has not helped. Rygel for instance doesn't suffer this problem.
I know of one other quirky thing that is probably not specific to the device:
* My songs are sorted in a strange order. I'm not 100% sure, but it seems to often be sorted by the "display name" instead of underlying filename (i.e., the track number). Also, some songs show the filename and others show the tag info, even within a folder where all of the files were tagged the same way during ripping. Still trying to narrow this down.
Similarly, when using vfolders my artists are not all in alphabetical order; also, some songs are missing, and these appear to be the ones that show up with a filename when I'm not using vfolders. I'm guessing there is a taglib issue.
Please forgive my ignorance, but is there a specific reason it is not showing up under video? Can you adapt and apply the same patch to get the videos to show up?
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