Music player - some thoughts

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  1. d.goryachev

    d.goryachev Scribbler - Standard Member

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    Looks like there is a last chance to understand, why it don't starts

    type in console

    /opt/bin/mpd --stdout -v /eTablet/Settings/mpd/mpd.conf

    it should white log directly into console
     
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    path: path_set_fs_charset: fs charset is: UTF -8
    database: reading DB
    daemon: opening pid file
    daemon: daemonized!
    daemon: writing pid file
    [root@Linux eTablet]#

    Nothing started.

    executing /opt/bin/mdp results in "Failed to bind to..." Failed to create socket: Address family not supported by protocol.
     
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    According to this log mpd is succesfully started.
    now, try to run in same console

    /opt/bin/QtMPC

    it will force mpd to write if it will set connection with client
     
  4. d.goryachev

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    No. mpd is server - it runs and goes to background (no gui at all, you will see nothing, only log in console or mpd process if top programm is runned)

    QtMPC - is gui client, a separate program. It runs after server and should to connect to it.
     
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    Oops... I just thought I forgot to change localhost to 127.0.0.1
    That fixed it. I am playing a song now :)

    Wow, taking notes while playing music seems to work fine! Great piece of software!

    Might the software version have anything to do with the issue on my other eeenote? Well whatever the reason, thanks a lot for your support. I think I will reflash my firmware on my other eeenote and do a clean install of everything.
     
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    Wow :) I feared that I'll never see words "It works" :)
    As far as i understood - there is no filled adress (top text field in popup form) in QtMPC on start-up? I thought 127.0.0.1 is default value here.
     
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    By default the adress is set to "localhost". Literally, a word.
     
  8. T_B

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    A good vnc server might be helpfull in these cases ;) I guess it is sometimes frustratingly hard to see some of the noob comments. :eek:

    Default is "localhost"

    Well, that seems to be a pretty easy 'fix'. I am really glad it worked out, a good mp3 player is a very nice addition to the already great features of the eeenote. I hated the default music player.

    Very easy to drag folders and create playlists!
     
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    Damn! I'll fix it :)
     
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    You have fixed that, right?
    On my Eeenote "Go to Music Player" opens QtMPC ;]
     
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