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Re: .DEB package available for Debian/Ubuntu

Postby Osiris X » Sun Jul 03, 2011 9:15 am

@chocolateboy

chocolateboy wrote:
Osiris X wrote:@chocolateboy - how difficult/feasible would it be to have pmsencoder check the mencoder_ac3_fixed option in PMS.conf and act appropriately?


viewtopic.php?f=7&t=10809&p=51849#p51849


Hmm i'm using pmsencoder 1.5.6 and I'm sure I tried the above, i.e. - init{} / $MENCODER re-define (in INIT.groovy) - and it didn't work. Now I do it using script{} / profile("Default"){} (in custom.groovy) with action{} / replace[]. Which is the future-proof way?

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problem with files where is in name čřžšá..

Postby bugme » Wed Jul 06, 2011 2:07 pm

Hello. I have problm with nam files.

I install this .deb package

viewtopic.php?f=3&t=5589

i have folder in /usr/share/pms-linux, /etc/pms-linux and file in /usr/bin/pms-linux

I found viewtopic.php?f=6&t=3507&p=41214#p41214
viewtopic.php?f=3&t=11182&p=51748#p51748
viewtopic.php?f=3&t=9205&p=45618#p45618

but i have not autostart.sh or pms.sh .... Can you help me ??
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Re: problem with files where is in name čřžšá..

Postby Osiris X » Wed Jul 06, 2011 6:04 pm

@bugme

bugme wrote:Hello. I have problm with nam files.
....
but i have not autostart.sh or pms.sh .... Can you help me ??


Not sure what the issue is from the subject of your post, but can I presume that you are using a debian based system and that you have not forced the installation of the the .deb on to a non-debian based system?

1) the PMS.sh file gets converted into the /usr/bin/pms-linux file in the debian package
2) No idea what autostart.sh is but you should have a file /etc/init.d/pms-linux (at least on debian) which is the init file that a) causes ps3ms to be executed at boot and b) allows you system-wide control of the service (i.e. starting and stoping it)

You haven't actually described what the problem is, so I can't help you anymore than that at the moment. Is the service failing to start at boot? Do you not know how to start ps3ms? (it should start immediately after installation - have you checked to see if you have a running java process with pms.jar?) or is this about pms not playing certain files with certain characters in them?

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Re: .DEB package available for Debian/Ubuntu

Postby gerald626 » Wed Jul 06, 2011 9:05 pm

My PMS install got fubar'd... don't ask how. :? The main problem now is that I uninstalled pms-linux wiped out the config files, but when I re-run passaid's installation script, it's not working properly. Symptoms include: lack of any icons visible from PS3 (folders show OK, just not files), and the /etc/init.d/pms-linux script has disappeared.

Any ideas on the best way to fix this?

thx.
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Re: .DEB package available for Debian/Ubuntu

Postby Osiris X » Wed Jul 06, 2011 9:18 pm

@gerald626

What system and distribution are you running?
post your debug log and lets go from there.

Have you changed any of the default permissions on your system?

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Re: .DEB package available for Debian/Ubuntu

Postby gerald626 » Wed Jul 06, 2011 9:42 pm

Here's my debug.log file. This is on a 64-bit Ubuntu 11.04 server (headless), 3GB Ram, dual-core P4 @ 3.2Ghz. I didn't change any permissions. The only thing I did was create a symlink for PMS.conf and WEB.conf.

UPDATE
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Seems to have successfully re-installed, however now I have a different problem... most of my avi's get "The data type is not supported". I looked in the debug.log and ffmpeg seems to spit out an "invalid or inefficient vfw-avi packed B" message. These files worked before though :( Weird part is, mkv's work fine. better than before actually.

AVI's play if I transcode them, but I don't want to transcode them all the time, especially if I know I didn't need to before :?
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Re: .DEB package available for Debian/Ubuntu

Postby arrrghhh » Wed Jul 06, 2011 10:01 pm

Osiris X wrote:@arrrghh - RE: your libmediainfo problems, if they are the same as I described in my previous post - I doubt a new build of ps3ms will help you - short of disabling libmediainfo. The problem is libmediainfo version 0.7.44 - the SOLUTION: downgrade to 0.7.41. Later versions may eventually solve the problem too, but 0.7.45 in sid/unstable appears to be multi-arch enabled and thus the current ps3ms has trouble finding it.


Yes, this was my problem. I haven't fully resolved it yet, haven't had the time. Hoping to do so this weekend...
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Re: .DEB package available for Debian/Ubuntu

Postby volvogeek » Thu Jul 07, 2011 3:59 am

Made an account here JUST to say that I loved the script. I was really only looking for something quick and easy to stick into my init.d to autostart but since you put together a whole package I thought I'd give it a shot. Brilliant! Nicely done.
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Re: .DEB package available for Debian/Ubuntu

Postby gerald626 » Thu Jul 07, 2011 8:06 pm

Here's what's in the debug.log when I try to play an avi.

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[New I/O server worker #1-1] TRACE 14:28:33.023 End of analysis
[New I/O server worker #1-1] TRACE 14:28:33.029 Sent to socket: Content-Length: 8612
[New I/O server worker #1-1] TRACE 14:28:33.029 Sent to socket: Content-Type: text/xml; charset="utf-8"
[New I/O server worker #1-1] TRACE 14:28:33.029 Sent to socket: Server: Linux-amd64-2.6.38-8-server, UPnP/1.0, PMS/1.25.1
[Thread-10] TRACE 14:28:33.034 Receiving a NOTIFY from [192.168.1.108:1900]
[Thread-10] TRACE 14:28:33.035 Receiving a NOTIFY from [192.168.1.136:1900]
[Thread-10] TRACE 14:28:34.013 Receiving a NOTIFY from [192.168.1.108:1900]
[Thread-10] TRACE 14:28:34.013 Receiving a NOTIFY from [192.168.1.108:1900]
[Thread-10] TRACE 14:28:34.015 Receiving a NOTIFY from [192.168.1.136:1900]
[Thread-10] TRACE 14:28:34.015 Receiving a NOTIFY from [192.168.1.136:1900]
[Thread-278] TRACE 14:28:34.316 StartStopListener: event:    stop
[Thread-278] TRACE 14:28:34.316 StartStopListener: renderer: 192.168.1.142
[Thread-278] TRACE 14:28:34.316 StartStopListener: file:     /var/transmission/VIDEO RG/VIDEO.avi
[Thread-278] TRACE 14:28:34.316 StartStopListener:
[Thread-79] DEBUG 14:28:34.865 Stopping Unix process 16917: mplayer
[Thread-79] TRACE 14:28:34.865 Killing the Unix process: 16917
[Thread-80] DEBUG 14:28:34.865 Stopping Unix process 16918: ffmpeg
[Thread-80] TRACE 14:28:34.865 Killing the Unix process: 16918
[Thread-80] DEBUG 14:28:34.866 Destroying buffer
[Thread-83] DEBUG 14:28:34.969 Stopping Unix process 16923: ffmpeg
[Thread-83] TRACE 14:28:34.969 Killing the Unix process: 16923
[Thread-83] DEBUG 14:28:34.970 Destroying buffer
[Thread-89] DEBUG 14:28:35.208 Stopping Unix process 16933: ffmpeg
[Thread-89] TRACE 14:28:35.208 Killing the Unix process: 16933
[Thread-89] DEBUG 14:28:35.208 Destroying buffer
[Thread-93] DEBUG 14:28:35.303 Stopping Unix process 16937: ffmpeg
[Thread-93] TRACE 14:28:35.303 Killing the Unix process: 16937
[Thread-93] DEBUG 14:28:35.304 Destroying buffer
[Thread-10] TRACE 14:28:35.345 Receiving a NOTIFY from [192.168.1.108:1900]
[Thread-10] TRACE 14:28:35.346 Receiving a NOTIFY from [192.168.1.136:1900]
[Thread-9] DEBUG 14:28:35.382 Sending ALIVE...
[Thread-9] TRACE 14:28:35.382 Setting multicast network interface: name:eth0 (eth0)
[Thread-9] TRACE 14:28:35.383 Sending message from multicast socket on network interface: name:eth0 (eth0)
[Thread-9] TRACE 14:28:35.383 Multicast socket is on interface: /192.168.1.145
[Thread-9] TRACE 14:28:35.383 Socket Timeout: 0
[Thread-9] TRACE 14:28:35.383 Socket TTL: 32
[Thread-10] TRACE 14:28:35.383 Receiving a NOTIFY from [192.168.1.145:39559]
[Thread-10] TRACE 14:28:35.398 Receiving a NOTIFY from [192.168.1.108:1900]
[Thread-10] TRACE 14:28:35.404 Receiving a NOTIFY from [192.168.1.136:1900]
[Thread-103] DEBUG 14:28:35.530 Stopping Unix process 16950: ffmpeg
[Thread-103] TRACE 14:28:35.530 Killing the Unix process: 16950
[Thread-103] DEBUG 14:28:35.531 Destroying buffer
[Thread-104] DEBUG 14:28:35.599 Stopping Unix process 16953: ffmpeg
[Thread-104] TRACE 14:28:35.600 Killing the Unix process: 16953
[Thread-104] DEBUG 14:28:35.600 Destroying buffer
[Thread-10] TRACE 14:28:35.608 Receiving a NOTIFY from [192.168.1.108:1900]
[Thread-10] TRACE 14:28:35.610 Receiving a NOTIFY from [192.168.1.136:1900]
[Thread-108] DEBUG 14:28:35.699 Stopping Unix process 16963: ffmpeg
[Thread-108] TRACE 14:28:35.699 Killing the Unix process: 16963
[Thread-108] DEBUG 14:28:35.699 Destroying buffer
[Thread-113] DEBUG 14:28:35.799 Stopping Unix process 16966: ffmpeg
[Thread-113] TRACE 14:28:35.799 Killing the Unix process: 16966
[Thread-113] DEBUG 14:28:35.799 Destroying buffer
[Thread-10] TRACE 14:28:35.922 Receiving a NOTIFY from [192.168.1.145:39559]
[Thread-10] TRACE 14:28:35.932 Receiving a NOTIFY from [192.168.1.145:39559]
[Thread-10] TRACE 14:28:36.034 Receiving a NOTIFY from [192.168.1.108:1900]
[Thread-10] TRACE 14:28:36.036 Receiving a NOTIFY from [192.168.1.136:1900]
[Thread-10] TRACE 14:28:36.813 Receiving a NOTIFY from [192.168.1.145:39559]
[Thread-10] TRACE 14:28:36.959 Receiving a NOTIFY from [192.168.1.145:39559]
[Thread-10] TRACE 14:28:37.093 Receiving a NOTIFY from [192.168.1.145:39559]
[Thread-10] TRACE 14:28:37.929 Receiving a NOTIFY from [192.168.1.145:39559]
[Thread-10] TRACE 14:28:37.985 Receiving a NOTIFY from [192.168.1.145:39559]
[Thread-10] TRACE 14:28:38.121 Receiving a NOTIFY from [192.168.1.145:39559]
[Thread-173] DEBUG 14:28:38.386 Stopping Unix process 17067: mplayer
[Thread-173] TRACE 14:28:38.386 Killing the Unix process: 17067
[Thread-174] DEBUG 14:28:38.396 Stopping Unix process 17070: mplayer
[Thread-174] TRACE 14:28:38.396 Killing the Unix process: 17070
[Thread-179] DEBUG 14:28:38.528 Stopping Unix process 17077: mplayer
[Thread-179] TRACE 14:28:38.528 Killing the Unix process: 17077
[New I/O server worker #1-2] TRACE 14:28:38.634 Opened request handler on socket /192.168.1.142:60394 // Playstation 3
[New I/O server worker #1-2] TRACE 14:28:38.634 Request: HTTP/1.1 : GET : description/fetch
[New I/O server worker #1-2] TRACE 14:28:38.635 Received on socket: Date: Thu, 07 Jul 2011 18:38:09 GMT
[New I/O server worker #1-2] TRACE 14:28:38.635 Received on socket: Host: 192.168.1.145:5001
[New I/O server worker #1-2] TRACE 14:28:38.635 Received on socket: User-Agent: UPnP/1.0
[New I/O server worker #1-2] TRACE 14:28:38.635 Received on socket: X-AV-Client-Info: av=5.0; cn="Sony Computer Entertainment Inc."; mn="PLAYSTATION 3"; mv="1.0";
[New I/O server worker #1-2] DEBUG 14:28:38.635 HTTP: description/fetch / 0-0
[New I/O server worker #1-2] TRACE 14:28:38.638 Sent to socket: Accept-Ranges: bytes
[New I/O server worker #1-2] TRACE 14:28:38.638 Sent to socket: Cache-Control: no-cache
[New I/O server worker #1-2] TRACE 14:28:38.638 Sent to socket: Connection: keep-alive
[New I/O server worker #1-2] TRACE 14:28:38.638 Sent to socket: Content-Length: 2007
[New I/O server worker #1-2] TRACE 14:28:38.638 Sent to socket: Content-Type: text/xml; charset="utf-8"
[New I/O server worker #1-2] TRACE 14:28:38.638 Sent to socket: Expires: 0
[New I/O server worker #1-2] TRACE 14:28:38.638 Sent to socket: Server: Linux-amd64-2.6.38-8-server, UPnP/1.0, PMS/1.25.1
[Thread-10] TRACE 14:28:38.810 Receiving a NOTIFY from [192.168.1.145:39559]
[Thread-226] DEBUG 14:28:40.999 Stopping Unix process 17199: mplayer
[Thread-226] TRACE 14:28:40.999 Killing the Unix process: 17199
[Thread-229] DEBUG 14:28:41.179 Stopping Unix process 17208: ffmpeg
[Thread-229] TRACE 14:28:41.180 Killing the Unix process: 17208
[Thread-229] DEBUG 14:28:41.180 Destroying buffer
[Thread-230] DEBUG 14:28:41.200 Stopping Unix process 17211: ffmpeg
[Thread-230] TRACE 14:28:41.200 Killing the Unix process: 17211
[Thread-230] DEBUG 14:28:41.201 Destroying buffer
[Thread-231] DEBUG 14:28:41.259 Stopping Unix process 17214: ffmpeg
[Thread-231] TRACE 14:28:41.259 Killing the Unix process: 17214
[Thread-231] DEBUG 14:28:41.260 Destroying buffer
[Thread-241] DEBUG 14:28:41.560 Stopping Unix process 17225: ffmpeg
[Thread-241] TRACE 14:28:41.560 Killing the Unix process: 17225
[Thread-241] DEBUG 14:28:41.561 Destroying buffer
[Thread-247] DEBUG 14:28:41.999 Stopping Unix process 17233: ffmpeg
[Thread-247] TRACE 14:28:42.000 Killing the Unix process: 17233
[Thread-247] DEBUG 14:28:42.000 Destroying buffer
[Thread-248] DEBUG 14:28:42.019 Stopping Unix process 17236: ffmpeg
[Thread-248] TRACE 14:28:42.019 Killing the Unix process: 17236
[Thread-248] DEBUG 14:28:42.019 Destroying buffer
[Thread-255] DEBUG 14:28:42.265 Stopping Unix process 17245: ffmpeg
[Thread-255] TRACE 14:28:42.265 Killing the Unix process: 17245
[Thread-255] DEBUG 14:28:42.265 Destroying buffer
[Thread-262] DEBUG 14:28:42.519 Stopping Unix process 17254: ffmpeg
[Thread-262] TRACE 14:28:42.519 Killing the Unix process: 17254
[Thread-262] DEBUG 14:28:42.519 Destroying buffer
[Thread-263] DEBUG 14:28:42.599 Stopping Unix process 17257: ffmpeg
[Thread-263] TRACE 14:28:42.600 Killing the Unix process: 17257
[Thread-263] DEBUG 14:28:42.600 Destroying buffer
[Thread-267] DEBUG 14:28:42.674 Stopping Unix process 17265: ffmpeg
[Thread-267] TRACE 14:28:42.675 Killing the Unix process: 17265
[Thread-267] DEBUG 14:28:42.675 Destroying buffer


ffmpeg version:
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FFmpeg version 0.6.2-4:0.6.2-1ubuntu1, Copyright (c) 2000-2010 the Libav developers
  built on Mar 22 2011 15:55:04 with gcc 4.5.2
  configuration: --extra-version=4:0.6.2-1ubuntu1 --prefix=/usr --enable-avfilter --enable-avfilter-lavf --enable-vdpau --enable-bzlib --enable-libgsm --enable-libschroedinger --enable-libspeex --enable-libtheora --enable-libvorbis --enable-pthreads --enable-zlib --enable-libvpx --disable-stripping --enable-runtime-cpudetect --enable-vaapi --enable-gpl --enable-postproc --enable-swscale --enable-x11grab --enable-libdc1394 --enable-shared --disable-static
  libavutil     50.15. 1 / 50.15. 1
  libavcodec    52.72. 2 / 52.72. 2
  libavformat   52.64. 2 / 52.64. 2
  libavdevice   52. 2. 0 / 52. 2. 0
  libavfilter    1.19. 0 /  1.19. 0
  libswscale     0.11. 0 /  0.11. 0
  libpostproc   51. 2. 0 / 51. 2. 0
FFmpeg 0.6.2-4:0.6.2-1ubuntu1
libavutil     50.15. 1 / 50.15. 1
libavcodec    52.72. 2 / 52.72. 2
libavformat   52.64. 2 / 52.64. 2
libavdevice   52. 2. 0 / 52. 2. 0
libavfilter    1.19. 0 /  1.19. 0
libswscale     0.11. 0 /  0.11. 0
libpostproc   51. 2. 0 / 51. 2. 0


Mplayer version: MPlayer 1.0rc4-4.5.2 (C) 2000-2010 MPlayer Team
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Re: .DEB package available for Debian/Ubuntu

Postby gerald626 » Mon Jul 11, 2011 3:10 pm

Ok, this is weird... Went away for the weekend, and when I came back, I re-started PMS and it works perfectly now. I saw someone else experience something similar, where they left it alone for a day or two, and it suddenly starts working perfectly.
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