Bug #321

New Scrobbler can not connect with Last.fm - error appears in the Windows Audcious Verision

Status:
Closed
Priority:
Minor
Assignee:
Category:
plugins/scrobbler2
Target version:
Start date:
July 20, 2013
Due date:
% Done:

100%

Estimated time:
Affects version:

Description

Hi :)

Have downloaded the latest available Version today from the Audacious Site - Works fine, only the Scrobbler 2 Plugin does not work at all in the Windows Version!

When i open the Plugin Preferences and click on "Check Permissions" in the Scrobbler 2 Plugin i only get a "network Problem - There was a problem contacting last.fm, please try later" message back.

But when i use the old Scrobbler Plogin, no problem appears, i can connect with the last.fm Servers and submit my tracks.

Seems there is some kind of Bug, hopefully it can be fixed!

History

#1 Updated by Roland Haslingerover 6 years ago

Sorry, i screwed up, somehow the field assignee got filled with a name...

#2 Updated by Thomas Langeover 6 years ago

Roland Haslinger wrote:

Sorry, i screwed up, somehow the field assignee got filled with a name...

You chose accidentally the right person... :D
Take a look on "About" of the Scrobbler2 plugin.

#3 Updated by Luís Picciochiover 6 years ago

I think the assignment is automatic.
Can you please run autacious with -V and attach the output?
It should be something like: C:\Program Files\audacious\audacious.exe -V

#4 Updated by Roland Haslingerover 6 years ago

Tried that, but does not work sadly.

#5 Updated by Luís Picciochiover 6 years ago

Apparently it works, but for some reason you have to redirect the output to some file in order to see it, sadly.

audacious.exe -V > c:\some\dir\where\your\user\has\permission\to\write\output.txt

The relevant line is this:
scrobbler_communication.c:151 [send_message_to_lastfm]: Could not communicate with last.fm: Unsupported protocol.

jlindgren: was the curl library compiled with HTTPS support?

#6 Updated by Luís Picciochiover 6 years ago

Apparently, OpenSSL will also have to be added to the Windows compilation process.
Alternatively, there's a curl binary with SSL support from curl itself, if you want to avoid compiling it and OpenSSL: http://curl.haxx.se/download.html

#7 Updated by John Lindgrenover 6 years ago

• Assignee changed from Luís Picciochi to John Lindgren
• Target version set to 3.4.1

Luís Picciochi wrote:

Apparently, OpenSSL will also have to be added to the Windows compilation process.
Alternatively, there's a curl binary with SSL support from curl itself, if you want to avoid compiling it and OpenSSL: http://curl.haxx.se/download.html

Duly noted; I will look into this for 3.4.1.

#8 Updated by Dmitry Viskovover 6 years ago

I have the same bug on my Debian system:

$dpkg -s audacious Package: audacious ... Architecture: amd64 Version: 3.4-1  $ dpkg -s audacious-plugins
Package: audacious-plugins
...
Architecture: amd64
Multi-Arch: same
Version: 3.4-1


$lsb_release -a No LSB modules are available. Distributor ID: Debian Description: Debian GNU/Linux testing (jessie) Release: testing Codename: jessie  $ lsb_release -a
No LSB modules are available.
Distributor ID: Debian
Description:    Debian GNU/Linux testing (jessie)
Release:        testing
Codename:       jessie


When i try to turn on "Check Permissions" in Scrobbler 2.0 plugin it prints "Network Problem. There was a problem contacting last.fm, please try later"

#9 Updated by Edmond Sicardover 6 years ago

Dmitry Viskov wrote:

I have the same bug on my Debian system:
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When i try to turn on "Check Permissions" in Scrobbler 2.0 plugin it prints "Network Problem. There was a problem contacting last.fm, please try later"

I see the same error message on Ubuntu 13.04 (64-bit), audacious Version: 3.4.1-1~webupd8~raring

#10 Updated by John Lindgrenover 6 years ago

This bug is about a missing OpenSSL library in the Windows build. Comments here about anything but the Windows version will be ignored.

#11 Updated by John Lindgrenover 6 years ago

• Status changed from New to Closed
• % Done changed from 0 to 100

I've uploaded a Windows build of 3.4.1 with OpenSSL support. This fixes the "unsupported protocol" error. However, scrobbling is still not working for me on Windows because of #343.

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