Re: Switch to Debian on Slug, problems with music streaming
On Tue, May 22, 2007 at 10:54:13AM +0100, James Cummings wrote:
> Wasn't sure if here or nslu2-linux would be a better place to post, so
> thought I'd start here.
> I recently switched from using uNSLUng to Debian etch on my NSLU2. I
> was entirely pleased with the upgrade and everything seems to be
> working fine. Except...
> Previously I used to stream music (from an FTP site on the NSLU2) to
> my iplayer+ freeview (terrestrial digital television) box. It just
> reads the FTP site and gets music from there when playing it. This
> still works, but in the middle of almost every song there is now a 1
> second pause. I'd assume it has something to do with buffering and
> the switch to wu-ftpd as opposed to tftpd (I think) under uNSLUng.
> However, I've looked through wu-ftpd settings and can't find anything
> that looks out-of-place. I was wondering if anyone else had any
> experience with a similar problem after switching to debian on the
> NSLU2 or suggestions of where else to look for solutions? The only
> major changes have been the switch to debian and wu-ftpd.
Out of all the ftp deamons available on debian, wu-ftpd is probably the
last thing I would consider using. Try another one. There are plenty.
Any chance you switched filesystems as part of the change?