lavvan wrote:Thanx for the reply.
I have successfully installed mplayer,mencoder,ffmpeg and pms.
though, i`m getting this message on startup:
"[main] 23:01:28.107 Cannot launch FFmpeg / Check the presence of /storage/disk1/
PMS/pms-linux-1.03/ffmpeg ...: Index: 0, Size: 0"
does this mean that ffmpeg are`nt working?
I have tested one .mkv file and it worked great. There are som things i would like to change in pms settings, but i can`t find pms.conf file..
Is there a solution to this?
On my PS3, every map on the server is listed twise.. is that normal?
And finally , is there a way to get debian to start pms.sh on startup?
Thanx again for all the great support. I`m a noob to linux so sorry for all the stupid questions
Well, your tip on the .conf file worked and the ffmpeg problem is gone, so thanx again for your help!You can copy or create a link to ffmpeg if its installed. Find ffmpeg by "which ffmpeg" and just copy that file to pms catalog. ( Better to use link really: "ln -s /usr/bin/ffmpeg /storage/disk1/
I think its just a packaging mistake that PMS.conf isnt in the package, you can copy it from Windows installation or maybe use an old Linux release.
There is many ways to get PMS up and running at startup. I just haven't seen any good examples of startup scripts yet, and I haven't had time to make my own yet.
lavvan wrote:Another thing, does anyone know if the linux version can run on multiple cores? I had problems with a 1080p video.
shagrath wrote:lavvan wrote:Another thing, does anyone know if the linux version can run on multiple cores? I had problems with a 1080p video.
Nope, you have to build mencoder and the multithread branch yourself ( good luck )
shagrath wrote:that's I've done on Windows, so I guess yes
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