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Thread: MfsStream tivoweb module v.97

  1. #1
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    MfsStream tivoweb module v.97

    Geex no luck tonight, first Tytool and now this. Heres the error I get:
    INTERNAL SERVER ERROR
    action_mfsstream '/' ''
    can't read "header": no such variable

    Any help?

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    I got the same error as well. My uneducated guess is that it is having trouble reading the mfsstream.cfg file and the variable "header" it is referring to is the definition at the beginning mfsstream.cfg. Unfortunately I havenít figured out how to fix it, currently I am trying to learn enough tcl to figure out what is going on.

    If you get it working let us know.

    -Ghost

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    yes, make sure your mfsstream.cfg is in your modules directory of tivoweb.. If it is, there must be a bug with the following line:

    Code:
      set fp [open $source_dir/modules/mfsstream.cfg r]
    it might be that $source_dir isn't being set properly in tivoweb.. hmm. If you still can't get it working, just replace $source_dir in the above line (line 315 in mfsstream.itcl) with the full path to your .cfg file.. for example:

    Code:
      set fp [open /var/hack/tivoweb/modules/mfsstream.cfg r]
    gosquad

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    yep, already tried that. Originaly I got an error stating that ./modules/mfsstream.cfg could not be opened. After I changed the open command it gave the other error.

    Thanks,
    Ghost

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    I just blew away tivoweb and reinstalled everything, it works now.

    Thanks for your help,
    -Ghost

  6. #6
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    Well, I have one more problem.

    The connection is incredibly slow. I am getting 8kb/s transfer. That is a bit too slow for me as a movie would take about a week. I know its not the connection, I get fast FTP transfers.

    Has anyone seen this problem?

    Thanks,
    -Ghost

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