I have a Sony Bravia KDL 40EX403 and have PS3 MS 1.20.409 running on linux. I can start up the server ok, but the TV cannot interact with it. In the TV server diagnostics screen I get the error: Server name unknown (192.168.1.7) FAILED.
In debug.log I get the following:
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[main] TRACE 00:01:15.036 Scanning network interface eth0 / eth0
[main] TRACE 00:01:15.087 Using address /192.168.1.7 found on network interface: name: eth0 (eth0) addresses: /192.168.1.7;
[main] TRACE 00:01:15.145 Created socket: /192.168.1.7:5001
[main] INFO 00:01:18.198 Sending ALIVE...
[main] DEBUG 00:01:18.237 Setting multicast network interface: name: eth0 (eth0) addresses:
[main] DEBUG 00:01:18.285 Sending message from multicast socket on network interface: null
[main] DEBUG 00:01:18.344 Multicast socket is on interface: /184.108.40.206
[main] DEBUG 00:01:18.393 Socket Timeout: 0
[main] DEBUG 00:01:18.454 Socket TTL: 32
[main] TRACE 00:01:18.504 Switching to random UUID cause there's an error in getting UUID from MAC address: getHardwareAddress
[main] TRACE 00:01:18.577 Using following UUID: a1a5b3d2-2e82-3bd6-b878-d26feacc2c7d
[main] DEBUG 00:01:22.654 Waiting 250 milliseconds...
[main] TRACE 00:01:22.956 It's ready! You should see the server appears on XMB
My bravia.conf is as follows:
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# ps3mediaserver renderer profile for Sony
The RenderName value matches that in the renderer set-up screen on the TV.
A couple of things seem odd in the log that I can't find explanations for after searching these forums:
* Why does getHardwareAddress fail?
* Why does multicast set on 192.168.1.7 but then try and send on 220.127.116.11?
* Why is the multicast socket network interface null?
I have uPNP and multicasting enabled on the router and I can ping the TV from the linux box where I have PS3 MS installed.
Any ideas where I might be going wrong?
Thanks for any help you can provide!