thanks a lot for your reply.
I tried this with the following result:botijo wrote: Hi there,
just some background first. The MM UPNP server consists on two parts: an UPNP server for browsing and a HTTP server for file serving. It looks like the browsing is OK, so let me focus on the HTTP server.
From the log, it says the radio is accessingIt states that it has sent the whole file in one go, so let's check if that has been the case. Try using this link on your computer: http://127.0.0.1:5050/song/20019. If your browser can download the file, then I would bet that the radio is either
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- Running out of memory (strange, but could happen as it is reading the whole file in one go)
- Expecting the URL to have an extension as WMP does
MM UPNP server based on...
Intel's UPnP .NET Framework Stack
Intel Device Builder Build#1.0.2777.24761
Local IP Address 0: 192.168.2.112
Press press RETURN to stop the server. Takes five to ten seconds to close.
WEB - Requested : command=song itemid=20019
WEB - File to be sent : ?:\MP3-Backup\AllOfRT\Pop\STERNBLUT - KOMM, WIR MALEN UN
S DAS LEBEN.mp3
ReadCallback Exception: System.ArgumentException: Illegal characters in path.
ccess access, AccessControlActions control, String pathListOrig, Boolean check
ForDuplicates, Boolean needFullPath, Boolean copyPathList)
access, String pathList, Boolean checkForDuplicates, Boolean needFullPath)
at System.IO.FileInfo..ctor(String fileName)
at AsyncWebserver.Server.SendURL(StateObject state, String command, String it
at AsyncWebserver.Server.HandleMessages(StateObject state, String content)
at AsyncWebserver.Server.ReadCallback(IAsyncResult ar).
Illegal character? Any idea?
Well, I tried so, but I failed. Although I found two out of the three files, but I couldn't find the file MM_UPNP_server.exe to overwrite?botijo wrote:Try this location: http://sites.google.com/site/elbotijomm ... pnp-server, the last file. You need to overwrite the three files of the 0.2 server.
Again, please remember that this is an assumption. It might or might not work. I did a quick test on my Roku Soundbridge M1001, and at least it did not break anything else.
So I tried to use the extension .deploy and started the setup again. But didn't work.
Is it so hard, or am I so blind?