New in Version 5.1.1:
+ forced autoupdate support for PC versions, currently disabled by default
+ WMDRM support for Win32 is back
o no admin rights needed for tray app anymore (no elevation required on VISTA and Win7)
o playlist management with TMM is back
o updated MPEG2 and MP4 parser to enable more DLNA profiles
o Server passes again the CTT tool
- on some systems the removable media checkmark may result in trying to share removed/no existing drives
- some screens of the TMS installer do not show in Japanese
- MediaFusion plugin leaves a zombie process on Linux (but will be removed on next MF plugin start)
- some contents can not be played on web browse UI as the Browser does not have the right plugin for playback available
- Picasaweb support is experimental and may not show content all the time
anthropo wrote:Doesn't scan any Video at home, installed on an Ubuntu server
Who did the tests before putting it for download ?
Even if it's called a beta (more, a RC) there's a strict minimum to look at before !
I have the feeling of having paid for a poor service... and i'm still waiting for something working (for example transcoding) while the basic is not assumed
20:34:14:286 views_add_or_update_object(*ppObject,pOldObject) failed
20:34:18:962 views_add_or_update_object(*ppObject,pOldObject) failed
smiler wrote:I installed 5.1.1 RC2 for kirkwood ARM processor on my sheevaplug as I got a mail from support saying that the pukka 5.1.1, which is due next week..a few days, should fix not seeing my Samsung LED DNLA TV, .
umgfoin wrote:5.1.1. RC 2 stopped working as of today (01-11-2009) with msg "This key is already in use by another instance of the server." These facts are wrong - there's only one instance running on my system. The issue concerns both the key currently in use and another "brand new" key taken from a never activated Philips device.
Looks like being a *bug*.
umgfoin wrote:5.1.1. RC 2 stopped working as of today (01-11-2009) with msg "This key is already in use by another instance of the server."
markmcd wrote:Is anyone else getting really low res, pixelated album art with this release? Album art with my previous version (5.0.68) was never very high resolution, but it was certainly better.
smiler wrote:Hi, I am new to both sheevplug (two weeks) and twonkyserver (1 week) and still on my twonky trial license.
The log file seems to show same error as in a prev post here:
VLC shows file is good as I played it locally and the stats show no corrupt, bad, discontinuities or dropped frames:
It is the smallest failing mpg file at 17MB, uploded as attachment twonkyscan-bad-mpg-vid.mpg, but I cannot see it in the post, Maybe it is already a known pb,
Here is output of 'top' on the cpu
top - 13:51:27 up 19:34, 1 user, load average: 1.10, 1.04, 0.93
Tasks: 59 total, 1 running, 57 sleeping, 0 stopped, 1 zombie
Cpu(s): 99.3%us, 0.3%sy, 0.0%ni, 0.0%id, 0.0%wa, 0.0%hi, 0.3%si, 0.0%st
Mem: 513380k total, 508432k used, 4948k free, 6172k buffers
Swap: 0k total, 0k used, 0k free, 470584k cached
PID USER PR NI VIRT RES SHR S %CPU %MEM TIME+ COMMAND
7979 root 20 0 19864 5204 2300 S 99.1 1.0 55:55.29 twonkymediaserv
3647 root 20 0 14756 4136 2400 S 0.3 0.8 1:45.17 smbd
Log extract after adding file: twonkyscan-bad-mpg-vid.mpg and starting a rescan.
MOD: moved log to attachment.
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