02-11-2012 03:03 AM
Worth a shot to try support. Though if the SlimDevices forum users could not help then I wouldn't put much faith in the Logitech support avenue, only because the real hard core users of third party hardware/software/( , , , etc..) hang out in those forums and I'm not even sure is even officially supported for .
03-10-2012 11:22 AM
I had a similar issue with LMS not being able to log in to mysqueezebox.com. This was on w7 (64 bit), LMS 7.7.1, with the following symptoms:
server log shows "Couldn't resolve IP address for: www.mysqueezebox.com" errors
www.mysqueezebox.com is reachable from other applications
LMS installed on another computer (running the same w7 OS) in my house works fine.
Trace of port 53 shows no DNS traffic when the failure occurs (but the requests are seen on the working PC)
Diagostics tab on control panel shows that everything is ok.
Restarting the computer, uninstalling/re-installing LMS, etc doesn't fix the issue.
I also got the source code, and tried calling the resolver code directly with some test code:
my $host = "www.mysqueezebox.com";
$host => "a", my $cv = AnyEvent->condvar);
warn Dumper [$cv->recv];
That worked fine also:
$VAR1 = [
After studying the code some more, I found the following workaround that seems to work for me:
a) Create a resolv.conf file (e.g. at c:\users\tom\resolv.conf) containing the needed nameserver entries. In my case, I used the google DNS servers:
b) Create a system environment variable that points to the file:
c) Restart the computer (so service has access to the environment variable)
After that, LMS was able to log in and my apps showed up again!