Re: [SlimDevices: SqueezeCenter] Perl compilation error: $ipn

2019-10-16 Thread Michael Herger
I've been running 5.28 on my intel NUC running Ubuntu for many months. Well, I've been using it with my pCP based system for months, too! That's why I'm puzzled to only see it now (or yesterday) on my Mac. There's a lot more to do there if Apple really is to pull out scripting languages :-(.

Re: [SlimDevices: SqueezeCenter] Perl compilation error: $ipn

2019-10-15 Thread paul-
I've been running 5.28 on my intel NUC running Ubuntu for many months. piCorePlayer a small player for the Raspberry Pi in RAM. Homepage: https://www.picoreplayer.org Please 'donate'

Re: [SlimDevices: SqueezeCenter] Perl compilation error: $ipn

2019-10-15 Thread chill
I haven't encountered this error again since that post in August. I've re-enabled all the plugins that I had disabled, but LMS has been perfectly behaved. I have no idea what the cause was, or why it's gone away. I'm currently using piCorePlayer v6.0.0-b1, and 'perl -v' gives this: Code:

Re: [SlimDevices: SqueezeCenter] Perl compilation error: $ipn

2019-10-15 Thread mherger
Hey Chill - what happened to this issue? Today I started playing with a custom Perl build on macOS, as Apple has announced to remove Perl from future macOS versions. And I'm running into exactly this issue. It's intermittent. At first the server did start fine, but the scanner failed. Then the

Re: [SlimDevices: SqueezeCenter] Perl compilation error: $ipn

2019-09-16 Thread maxhowell1
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Re: [SlimDevices: SqueezeCenter] Perl compilation error: $ipn

2019-08-27 Thread chill
Yeah, I know this isn't a fair test - a 'pass' won't necessarily mean the plugin is innocent, but a 'fail' might be more conclusive. The BBC plugins didn't provoke the error after 10 reboots. So I added Shairtunes as well, and have rebooted 4 times without error. I'm going to remove those

Re: [SlimDevices: SqueezeCenter] Perl compilation error: $ipn

2019-08-27 Thread bpa
chill wrote: > 10 reboots on the trot with no errors. > > I reloaded the two BBC plugins, and have rebooted 5 times without > error. > > Not conclusive of course, because the error was only 'occasional', but I > think 10 reboots would have caught at least one instance. There could be a

Re: [SlimDevices: SqueezeCenter] Perl compilation error: $ipn

2019-08-27 Thread chill
10 reboots on the trot with no errors. I reloaded the two BBC plugins, and have rebooted 5 times without error. Not conclusive of course, because the error was only 'occasional', but I think 10 reboots would have caught at least one instance.

Re: [SlimDevices: SqueezeCenter] Perl compilation error: $ipn

2019-08-27 Thread chill
chill wrote: > On the other hand the error could occur on the next reboot, which would > rule them out I guess. That didn't happen :-) A couple of reboots later and it hasn't happened again yet. I'll keep trying.

Re: [SlimDevices: SqueezeCenter] Perl compilation error: $ipn

2019-08-27 Thread chill
I missed a couple: Code: Network Test (v1.0) ShairTunes2 (fork) (v0.107.4) They're gone too now - only Logitech plugins left. chill's Profile:

Re: [SlimDevices: SqueezeCenter] Perl compilation error: $ipn

2019-08-27 Thread chill
OK, I'll disable those plugins (including yours Michael?) and live off locally stored music for a while. The error doesn't occur frequently, so it could be a while before I can conclude that one of them is the culprit. On the other hand the error could occur on the next reboot, which would

Re: [SlimDevices: SqueezeCenter] Perl compilation error: $ipn

2019-08-27 Thread bpa
I think Michael is right - this error does not happen to other user' so something is triggering it on your system BBCiPlayer & Extras use AnyEvent network stuff directly - so I would definitely disable those. WaveInput doesn't do anything "special" and hasn't changed in years. AFAICT the

Re: [SlimDevices: SqueezeCenter] Perl compilation error: $ipn

2019-08-27 Thread Michael Herger
There are all the plugins that don't have Logitech or yourself as the author: Could you try to run LMS without any of these plugins? The prefs will survive even if you disabled them temporarily (if you don't know how to run with the --failsafe parameter). -- Michael

Re: [SlimDevices: SqueezeCenter] Perl compilation error: $ipn

2019-08-27 Thread chill
There are all the plugins that don't have Logitech or yourself as the author: Code: AirPlay bridge (v0.4.20.0) BBC iPlayer (v1.6.7) BBC iPlayers Extras (v3.2.0) Group Players (v0.9.1) Material Skin (v0.9.7) Song Scanner (v2.0) SuperDateTime Screensaver

Re: [SlimDevices: SqueezeCenter] Perl compilation error: $ipn

2019-08-27 Thread Michael Herger
It did it again, so this time I saved the whole pcp_boot.log What 3rd party plugins are you using? -- Michael ___ Squeezecenter mailing list Squeezecenter@lists.slimdevices.com http://lists.slimdevices.com/mailman/listinfo/squeezecenter

Re: [SlimDevices: SqueezeCenter] Perl compilation error: $ipn

2019-08-26 Thread chill
It did it again, so this time I saved the whole pcp_boot.log Code: Starting piCorePlayer setup... Loading pCP function files and pCP configuration file...Done. Checking for boot codes on mmcblk0p1... Trying to mount /dev/mmcblk0p1. Checking for ssh...found, ssh

Re: [SlimDevices: SqueezeCenter] Perl compilation error: $ipn

2019-08-26 Thread bpa
mherger wrote: > > This stackoverflow question seems identical to the situation and > answer > > is clear. So perhaps AnyEvent Socket.pm which doesn't have "use > strict" > > got included somehow into a module which is using "use strict" . > > > > >

Re: [SlimDevices: SqueezeCenter] Perl compilation error: $ipn

2019-08-26 Thread Michael Herger
This stackoverflow question seems identical to the situation and answer is clear. So perhaps AnyEvent Socket.pm which doesn't have "use strict" got included somehow into a module which is using "use strict" .

Re: [SlimDevices: SqueezeCenter] Perl compilation error: $ipn

2019-08-26 Thread bpa
This is now an itch that has to be scratched. This stackoverflow question seems identical to the situation and answer is clear. So perhaps AnyEvent Socket.pm which doesn't have "use strict" got included somehow into a module which is using "use strict" .

Re: [SlimDevices: SqueezeCenter] Perl compilation error: $ipn

2019-08-25 Thread mherger
bpa wrote: > Just to follow up > > Code: > > > sub inet_aton { > my ($name, $cb) = @_; > > if (my $ipn = _ipv4) { > $cb->($ipn); > } elsif (my $ipn = _ipv6) { > $cb->($ipn); > } elsif ($name eq "localhost") { # rfc2606 et al. > $cb->(v127.0.0.1,

Re: [SlimDevices: SqueezeCenter] Perl compilation error: $ipn

2019-08-25 Thread chill
bpa wrote: > I'm guessing it is about network. That seems logical. I did try a few reboots to see if I could trigger the error again, but of course when you want it to happen it won't. I'll save the logs if it happens again.

Re: [SlimDevices: SqueezeCenter] Perl compilation error: $ipn

2019-08-25 Thread bpa
chill wrote: > Forgive me, I don't know the first thing about Perl, but given that a > 'compiler' error is apparently being triggered at 'run time', I'm > guessing that it's compiled on demand ('interpreted'?). In that case, > would that suggest that this $ipn error is going to be triggered

Re: [SlimDevices: SqueezeCenter] Perl compilation error: $ipn

2019-08-25 Thread chill
Forgive me, I don't know the first thing about Perl, but given that a 'compiler' error is apparently being triggered at 'run time', I'm guessing that it's compiled on demand ('interpreted'?). In that case, would that suggest that this $ipn error is going to be triggered any time that red line

Re: [SlimDevices: SqueezeCenter] Perl compilation error: $ipn

2019-08-25 Thread chill
Thanks for looking into this bpa. I don't believe anything else has changed. Yesterday I did add another command to the start-up user commands 'tweaks' - a script that I wrote to control a fan via a GPIO pin - but the compilation error didn't seem to be improved by removal of that script. The

Re: [SlimDevices: SqueezeCenter] Perl compilation error: $ipn

2019-08-25 Thread bpa
Just to follow up Code: sub inet_aton { my ($name, $cb) = @_; if (my $ipn = _ipv4) { $cb->($ipn); } elsif (my $ipn = _ipv6) { $cb->($ipn); } elsif ($name eq "localhost") { # rfc2606 et al. $cb->(v127.0.0.1, v0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.1); } else

Re: [SlimDevices: SqueezeCenter] Perl compilation error: $ipn

2019-08-25 Thread bpa
Could this be another bug introduced by 5.28 https://github.com/Logitech/slimserver/tree/public/7.9/lib/AnyEvent What changed between last successful botot andf the failed boot ? Update LMS ? Update PCP ? bpa's Profile: