Exception in thread Thread-1:
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "threading.pyc", line 525, in __bootstrap_inner
File "dns_browse.pyx", line 175, in dns_browse.Browser.run (dns_browse.c:1353)
RuntimeError: DNSServiceBrowse failed: error code -65537
S80_UK wrote:Mmm. Can't see my SoundBridges.
S80_UK wrote:Mmm. Can't see my SoundBridges. From the log, I guess this may be because I am running with static IP addresses?
dupondt wrote:Detecting the SoundBridges indeed seems to be a bit unreliable. I'm using DHCP for the entire network including the SoundBridges and they're not always found. Sometimes GoRoku finds none at all, sometimes one or more.
Furthermore when I played with the software, it occasionally issued an error message telling me that the SoundBridge wasn't replying.
dupondt wrote:I also found that the software automatically wakes up all SoundBridges from standby.
culler wrote:S80_UK wrote:Mmm. Can't see my SoundBridges. From the log, I guess this may be because I am running with static IP addresses?
GoRoku does depend on bonjour to find your Soundbridges. If you are running Windows, you may need to install Bonjour for Windows.
S80_UK wrote:Incidentally, having seen a TwonkyMedia server on my laptop earlier, when the laptop was running, it still reports the server later even though the laptop was shut down before the PC running GoRoku was restarted. Not a big deal, though.
S80_UK wrote:Do you plan to add browse support? (I don't generally use playlists).
culler wrote:GoRoku simply asks the Soundbridge to ListServers. I have noticed, though, that the Soundbridge tends to continue to list a server long after it has disappeared.
culler wrote:Yes, browse support is on the way.
bregent wrote:Does bonjour for Windows need to be running on the same box as GoRoku, or on any network box. I'm pretty sure it's not running on my Windows PC, but it is running on my NAS box. GoRoku failed to find my SB when I ran it the first time, but has found it on subsequent attempts.
bregent wrote:Still, I think it would be a good idea to optionally allow the user to manually enter the ip.
culler wrote:bregent wrote:Still, I think it would be a good idea to optionally allow the user to manually enter the ip.
OK. I'll think about how to do that.