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From Lincoln Stein <lst...@cshl.edu>
Subject Re: Apache::MP3 Stream problem
Date Wed, 02 Jun 2004 21:09:16 GMT
My version of the port isn't quite working.  Probably another couple 
of weekends to get all the bugs ironed out.  I was really hoping to 
have the streaming video working fully, but maybe that'll wait for 
later.

Lincoln

On Tuesday 01 June 2004 06:12 pm, Stas Bekman wrote:
> [CC'ing Lincoln]
>
> HHH3@alum.rpi.edu wrote:
> > Hello,
> > This is my first question to the mod_perl list so I hope I do it
> > right. I have recently ported Apache::MP3 to work with mod_perl 2
> > on an apache2 webserver. Everything works right (display,
> > downloading, etc) except the
>
> I wonder how many people have ported this module to mp2 already :)
> Lincoln, any chance you can release the ported version into the
> wild?
>
> > streaming...sometimes. It seems that the first time a user logs
> > on to the site and clicks 'Stream' on any directory or file, it
> > will work, but any attempts after that it goes to a standard 404
> > playlist.m3u page not found error. That's all there is in the
> > Apache log as well. Sometimes it won't stream at all and
> > sometimes it will work more than once. Any ideas as to why this
> > would happen? One thought I had was that the shared files are on
> > a separate windows box and are shared via Samba. If the playlist
> > is actually temporarily created then there might be a permission
> > problem with the directories shared via Samba and the webserver
> > is not allowed to create a file there. However, sometimes the
> > streaming does work so I'm not sure if that make sense. I've
> > taken a class in perl but I don't know it well enough to tell if
> > the m3u file is actually created somewhere or just sent directly
> > to the user. I'd give out a user/pass to the site but that might
> > be bordering on illegal because the music can be downloaded. If
> > somone thinks they need access then I'll figure out a way to
> > disable the downloading but allow the streaming so it can be
> > tested.
>
> Most likely you want to ask Lincoln about Apache::MP3 issues.
>
> In the future please always try to contact the author of the module
> that you have a problem with, before emailing this list. Thank you.

-- 
Lincoln D. Stein
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
1 Bungtown Road
Cold Spring Harbor, NY 11724

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