[vdr] [ANNOUNCE] xine-0.7.2 plugin via network without streamdev
hoochster at sofnet.com
Sun Mar 13 19:12:38 CET 2005
Answered my own question, disabling remote allows it to run without
error, but it is only controlling the Server, it isn't showing anything
on my Client side. I admit I haven't understood all of the discussion
about the FF cards and selecting what card to use etc. Any insight on
that would be appreciated. It is running now but the remote through
Xine is controlling the server and all output through TV is fine, just
no output in the client window at all.
Chad Flynt wrote:
> Thanks for the reply Anssi,
> I did notice in my syslog on the server that the REMOTE for VDR Xine
> didn't initialize, is this due to running the Remote plugin for VDR?
> I will be trying to disable that for grins next, but obviously I would
> still want that if possible.
> Anssi Hannula wrote:
>> Chad Flynt wrote:
>>> Just some hopefully simple questions concerning the Xine over
>>> Network setup. I have had Xine running great through VDR over the
>>> network using the Streamdev Client. But was wanting to try out this
>>> new way of doing things. I have 2 FF cards, and setup the
>>> VDR_SERVER_ADDRESS as far as I could tell being correct. I compiled
>>> xine-ui and xine-lib on the VDR Server and also the client. I have
>>> compile the plugin on the Server. All using the sources provided by
>>> Peter, all except I grabbed the Xine-lib CVS and patched with the
>>> socket patch due to having some compile errors using the pre-patched
>>> source. Anyways VDR runs no problem, shows the plugin in the list.
>>> But I am confused on how I go about making the client connect. I am
>>> not sure if I just run XINE from the client and being as we put the
>>> IP of the VDR server in there, it has the proper information or
>>> what. But no matter what I am not getting any output. Just was
>>> interested to know if there was something I am missing. I
>>> appreciate the insight.
>> If you supplied the VDR_SERVER_ADDRESS in the client xine-lib
>> sources, you can use xine as you did before. E.g. connect by using
>> VDR button.
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