Jeddie wrote: > I know this might sound a little crazy. > > I just updated to Windows 10. When I open LMS in GUI in Microsoft Edge > the font seems a lot smaller than it did in win 7 with Internet > Explorer? I have my reading view set to 'Large'. > > Anyone else noticed this? > > I guess
mherger wrote: > >dirsFor: Didn't find a match request: [scprefs] > >Segmentation fault > > A segfault. I'm pretty sure the line before has nothing to do with it. > But then I don't know what Perl code change would cause a segfault. The > binaries haven't changed since 7.9.1. > >
Hi there, I thought I would upgrade LMS 7.9.1 to the latest 7.9.2. (date code august 16 2019). This is on a ReadyNAS NVX. The server is now in a continuous loop trying to start: Code: 2019-08-25 14:58:22 squeezeboxserver_safe started. 2019-08-25 14:58:37
mherger wrote: > Try to run > > > Code: > > /usr/sbin/squeezeboxserver --d_startup --prefsdir /c/.squeezeboxserver/prefs --logdir /c/.squeezeboxserver/log --cachedir /c/.squeezeboxserver/cache > > Hi Michael, I will try that as soon as
Hello Michael, The issue with my NAS is sorted thanks to the great ReadyNAS community. Apparently something messed up either my apache configuration or Perl setup. My NAS issues started right after my issues with LMS. It is quite possible that the two issues where linked. Anyway, as a result
mherger wrote: > > I thought I would upgrade LMS 7.9.1 to the latest 7.9.2. (date code > > august 16 2019). This is on a ReadyNAS NVX. > > Is this the x86 based model? > > >2019-08-25 14:58:22 squeezeboxserver_safe started. > >2019-08-25 14:58:37 Logitech Media Server died.
mherger wrote: > > Hmm... I'm not familiar with the ReadyNAS anymore... > Are you saying that I better find another device to run LMS on? And if so, would an RPI be a better option? I have an RPI running HomeBridge on a Raspbian OS. I could install LMS on that PI if that is a better option.