#1 error loading module

v1.0 (example)
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nobody
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2005-06-16
2005-06-16
rocket gal
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Howdy-

I have downloaded the compiled mac binaries for
libty_plugin.dylib and libvstream_plugin.dylib and
placed them in /Applications/VLC.app/Contents/MacOS/modules

every time I try to access my tivo with this command line:

./VLC tivo://tivo_IP_addy/plist

(where I have actually plugged in my tivo's IP)

I get the following:

[00000001] main vlc error: option rt-offset does not exist
[00000001] main vlc error: option rt-offset does not exist
[00000223] main input error: no suitable access module
for `tivo://tivo/plist'
[00000231] main input error: no suitable access module
for `tivo://tivo/plist'

I am currently using VLC 0.8.1, running on 10.3.8

Any suggestions, or am I just being dense?

-RD

Discussion

  • nsymms

    nsymms - 2005-06-29

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    I don't have a Mac, but from your error output it doesn't
    look like the modules are being loaded at all. You might
    check to see if there's an INI file created (or .RC file,
    not sure what the Mac version of VLC uses). Sometimes VLC
    gets strange startup parameters stored in the init file.
    I've had to delete this file to get VLC to work properly.
    Nothing to do with our modules, though.

    Hopefully stealthdave can help. He's the Mac guy. You can
    probably email him directly.

     
  • Nobody/Anonymous

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    I was trying the same thing with this module recently with both 0.8.1 and
    0.8.2, I ultimately rebuilt the module from CVS and it worked.

     

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