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Bug #1106

Could not communicate with last.fm: Error in the HTTP2 framing layer.

Added by Nelson Suniaga 5 months ago. Updated 4 months ago.

Status:
New
Priority:
Minor
Assignee:
-
Category:
plugins/scrobbler2
Start date:
June 07, 2021
Due date:
% Done:

0%

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Description

Today I downloaded and recompiled the last Audacious master release from GitHub, and I wanted to check the last tracks submitted to Last.fm to find out Audacious Scrobbler Plugin 2.0 hasn't been communicating with Last.fm in the last few months (the last scrobble was on April 5th), it says

You need to allow Audacious to scrobble tracks to your Last.fm account

but in my Last.fm account Audacious has permission (along with Qmmp and Last.fm Desktop Scrobbler for Windows) or might say "HAD" because I disconnected it just to try it once again, which I couldn't.

In the plugin settings I clicked on "Check Permission", and it answered:

There was a problem contacting Last.fm. Your scrobbles are being saved on your computer temporarily. They will be submitted as soon as Audacious is allowed access.

And in the console Audacious wrote:

ERROR scrobbler_communication.cc:124 [send_message_to_lastfm]: Could not communicate with last.fm: Error in the HTTP2 framing layer.

That make me think Last.fm API has changed and is not my mistake. I forgot which config file I put my Last.fm credentials, so I'm unable to test it again (but I haven't change it so far).

History

#1 Updated by John Lindgren 4 months ago

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