04-10-2012 11:39 AM
I have a big problem in terms of usability: maybe as much as half a year ago, my Squeezebox Touch started behaving weird. If I want to play music from my local music library I might be asked to install version 7.6.1 r9486 of the firmware. This would be fine, if I were not asked to install firmware version 7.7.1 r9558 when I want to listen to music from WIMP (a plugin like Spotify).
I guess the problem can be summed up like this:
local server : firmware 7.6.1 r9486
squeezebox.com : 7.7.1 r9558
I have waited for months for this to clear, but to no avail. What can I do to get out of this endless loop?
04-10-2012 11:56 AM
I actually got onto the right track by searching for "firmware". Someone had a similar problem. Turns out that if squeezebox.com upgrades its server version, then I have to also do that on my server, otherwise this endless loop. Mine was stuck at 7.6.1, and to no surprise: it turns out that the package name for Debian has changed.
Fellow Linux/Debian/Ubuntu users should take a peek at this page in the Wiki.
11-03-2012 08:29 AM
I have the same problem. I can only connect to mysqueezebox.com through my networkserver. When it not working NO CONNECTION to my account.
When i log on to mysqueezebox account, my player is not connected when i use it through my server??
What can I do ?
11-03-2012 08:59 AM
If player is connected to LMS then MySB.com will correctly show as "not connected". The player can only be connected to one server at a time, either LMS on your computer or MySB.com online.