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2009-12-30
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  • edi

    edi - 2009-12-30

    Welcome to Help

     
  • Jose1701

    Jose1701 - 2010-01-15

    Hallo.

    Klasse Sache. Nur, was muss ich machen, wenn cih das im internen Netzwerk nutzen will. Hab derzeit nen NAS gebaut und fände es bequemer Streamripper per WEB GUI laufen zu lassen.

    Bin eher Newbie was das alles betrifft.

    Gruß und Dank

    Jose

     
  • Jose1701

    Jose1701 - 2010-01-16

    Nice thing.

    How do I set up this to use in my internal network- I like to have a web gui for streamripper. I'm using Ubuntu server.

    Regards

    Jose

     
  • edi

    edi - 2010-01-17

    Hello Jose!

    Please download the install file and read the README.txt to see how to install this software. To give you some basic information:
    - you will have to run a webserver (usually Apache) in your local network
    - streamripper has to be installed at the same machine as your webserver

    Regards
    Edix

     
  • Jose1701

    Jose1701 - 2010-01-17

    Well that worked. I have apache installed, at and so on and I put some stations in the stream.txt but in the Web Gui I do not have any stations to select.

    Regards

    Jose

     
  • Jose1701

    Jose1701 - 2010-01-17

    I got it.

    Following error: I put the files in the www directory but not in another which is called radiorecorder.

    At the moment there aren't any files in my specified directory. I will see what happens when the recording job is done.

    Regards

    Jose

     
  • Jose1701

    Jose1701 - 2010-01-17

    Recording job done but no files in directory. Permissions are all set.

    A time planed job isn't possible to create. I'm not allowed to use 'at'. But how could I allow me?

    Regards

    Jose

     
  • edi

    edi - 2010-01-19

    Remove the entry 'www-data' from /etc/at.deny

    Regards
    Edix

     
  • Jose1701

    Jose1701 - 2010-01-19

    Done that already but I know where the fault was. I put it on my external Drive which was actualy corrupted. Now I fix it and it works.

    Nice app. (GUI) Hope you will develop it from time to time.

    Thanks a lot.

    Regards

    Jose

     
  • Jose1701

    Jose1701 - 2010-01-19

    Ohh, I've just seen that it won't work if I use atomacilaly tracks. Always said that the name of the file isn't correct but I can't insert one.

     
  • edi

    edi - 2010-01-20

    Yes, this is a known bug in 0.1.03. It will be fixed in the next release. I'm going to publish 0.1.04 until the end of this week.

     
  • Jose1701

    Jose1701 - 2010-01-20

    Nice to hear. Thanks a lot. Realy liking this.

     
  • Jose1701

    Jose1701 - 2010-01-22

    I'm not very familiar with this. Do I have to apply the changes you made or will you release v4 of radiorecorder gui?

    Regards

    Jose

     
  • edi

    edi - 2010-01-24

    What du you mean? The SVN commits? You can ignore them.
    Please post clear questions!

    Regards
    Edix

     
  • Jose1701

    Jose1701 - 2010-01-24

    Yes the SVN commits. Now I understand.

    Thanks for the newest version. It seems to run good.

    Regards

    Jose

     
  • Jose1701

    Jose1701 - 2010-02-08

    Hi,

    am I right or isn't it possible to record two Streams simultaneously?

    Regards

    Jose

     
  • edi

    edi - 2010-02-14

    It depends on your downstream rate and the cpu load. The software itself creats two independent threads which makes it possible to download multiple streams. I tested it once to record two streams simultaneously a few weeks ago and it worked.

    Regards
    Edix

     
  • Jose1701

    Jose1701 - 2010-02-14

    Well, I do have a 16MBit downstream and a dualOnly an Atom N510 but I think that this is enough.
    I will test it again and see if it works.

    Thanks and regards

    Jose

     
  • Jose1701

    Jose1701 - 2010-02-14

    I've tested several stations. Until now I can't get it to work to download from more than one station.

    The stations I tested were working on my stand alone radio player.

    Regards

    Jose

     
  • edi

    edi - 2010-02-15

    I've tested it once again. It works perfect. There has to be something wrong with your system or the configuration. Can you start two simultaneous streamripper sessions on the command line?

    Regards
    Edix

     
  • Jose1701

    Jose1701 - 2010-02-15

    Yes, it seems that there is something wrong.

    Yes, I can start two simultaneous streamripper sessions on the command line.

    Regards

    Jose

     
  • edi

    edi - 2010-02-28

    Sorry, I have no idea what's wrong in your environment or in your use case :-(
    The software simpy calls streamripper like you did on the command line. The only differnece is that these calls are triggered by "at" and by the user www-data.

    I hope you can solve the problem.

    Kind regards
    Edix

     
  • Jose1701

    Jose1701 - 2011-09-24

    Hi,

    any chance to get this to work for aac streams? Or do you have any solutions?

    Kind regards

    Jose

     
  • Anonymous - 2012-01-23

    Hello, my Problem is also that the recording job is scheduled but no files in directory (no recording). Permissions are all set (download folder 777) and I also removed the entry 'www-data' from /etc/at.deny. Streamripper is installed but not executed at the time I set the recording. There is also an entry at the jobstore.db. How can I test that the recording will be execute??

    isch

     
  • anbr

    anbr - 2012-01-23

    You should check logs like /var/log/lighttpd/error.log or /var/log/apache/error.log

    To check permission use program su as root.

    #> su -l -c "atq" www-data
    586 Wed Feb 29 22:00:00 2012 a www-data
    605 Fri Jan 27 00:00:00 2012 a www-data
    606 Sat Jan 28 00:00:00 2012 a www-data
    
    #> su -l -c "atq" mail
    su: Authentication failure
    (Ignored)
    You do not have permission to use atq.
    
     
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