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  • ...would call e2fsck after it detects the file system. Shouldn't make a difference. On Tue, Feb 17, 2015 at 10:03 PM, 'M.J. Johnson' threeeyedtoad@^$3 [nslu2-general] < nslu2-general@^$4 > wrote: Thanks, will give that a go. Is there any real difference between e2fsck and fsck...
    M.J. Johnson Feb 18
  • ...an e2fsck on your drive, once there are no errors reboot and see if that helps. On Tue, Feb 17, 2015 at 9:43 PM, 'M.J. Johnson' threeeyedtoad@^$3 [nslu2-general] < nslu2-general@^$4 > wrote: Apologies for the cross-posting... not sure if either of these groups are particularly...
    M.J. Johnson Feb 17
  • Apologies for the cross-posting... not sure if either of these groups are particularly active any more. I've had an NSLU2 successfully Unslung for about 7 years (quite the workhorse). This weekend, I suffered a power outage, and wasn't able to SSH after the Slug came back up. After some diagnostics, I discovered the IP address had reset to the factory default (192.168.1.77), and...
    M.J. Johnson Feb 17
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  • Brian, I've been happily using an NSLU2 since about 1998. By that time, the support community had already grown quite strong, thanks to efforts of dedicated contributors like you. Over the years, I've occasionally run into challenges that caused me to reach out to this community - nearly always I received a courteous, helpful response, often from you. My experience with Optware...
    M.J. Johnson Dec 2, 2013
  • Returning to a more on-topic discussion, is the implication that this list will end without participation of the original moderator? Can't we just change moderators? I find this list to be a valuable resource, and would like to see it continue... Thanks. On Sunday, June 9, 2013, Drew Gibson wrote: but I'm not trying to hide. I just don't like all the insidious data gathering and...
    M.J. Johnson Jun 9, 2013
  • ...lightweight RelaXX - the AJAX implementation is quite adequate). On Thu, Apr 18, 2013 at 2:28 PM, Joao < j-mir@^$1 > wrote: Hi, Threeeyedtoad! Thank you for your feedback! I'm surprised with your trouble about the transcoding thing. I got Ampache up and running on my slug...
    M.J. Johnson Apr 18, 2013
  • Getting Ampache (and possible Amarok) running on a Slug sounds like an achievement... I wasn't able to get a good streaming solution running on the Slug, due to the lack of a FPU (most transcoding solutions require it). I tried using MPD's built-in streaming capability, but again, the transcoding requirements were a deal breaker. As a result, I cobbled together a Perl-based...
    M.J. Johnson Apr 17, 2013
  • Yes, that's great - thanks! On Wed, Jan 25, 2012 at 9:41 AM, Walter < contact@^$1 > wrote: Ah right, here is what I could find: Video bitrate: 1445kbps Audio bitrate: 224kbps Video codec: H264 - MPEG-4 AVC Audio codec: AC3 Does that help? --- In nslu2-linux@^$2 , "M.J. Johnson" wrote: > > And the CODEC/file format? > > On Mon, Jan 23, 2012 at 12:57 PM, Walter wrote...
    M.J. Johnson Jan 25, 2012
  • And the CODEC/file format? On Mon, Jan 23, 2012 at 12:57 PM, Walter < contact@^$1 > wrote: Well.... What I didn't mention is that I was on my home wifi when streaming to my phone :). Pretty standard router, so probably a maximum of 54 mbps. --- In nslu2-linux@^$2 , "M.J. Johnson" wrote: > > I'm curious about this setup - I assume the Slug is merely acting as a sort > of streamcast...
    M.J. Johnson Jan 23, 2012
  • I'm curious about this setup - I assume the Slug is merely acting as a sort of streamcast, and that no transcoding is going on (given the Slug's meager memory and processing power - particularly the lack of a FPU). If this assumption is correct, what is the encoder/file format of the source material you are streaming out to your phone? Also, what kind of upstream bandwidth is...
    M.J. Johnson Jan 23, 2012