JogglingAlong wrote:Is there a command I can issue via SSH to either force start the server or confirm that is or is not running? Or is my install corrupted..
Fishy wrote:offbeatdave, roobarb!, Leonardo
Hey, you're confusing me with a guy who knows something about linux !!!
Don't forget everything I know about it I learnt from this forum.
Obviously keen to learn but would be grateful for more pointers or any other suggestions about how to keep my PnPIII Joggler alive.
# run some command every minute to keep things alive
# this needs to be invoked (as root) in the background somehow...
# # /mydir/keepalive &
while [ 1 ] ; do
cp /mnt/media/.stayalive /mnt/media/.stayinalive
Below is the result of executing the commands you suggested..
killall: perl: no process killed
# /media/gforums/apps/logitechmediaserver/slimserver.pl --daemon
Your locale was detected as C, you may have problems with non-Latin filenames. Consider changing your LANG variable to the correct locale, i.e. en_US.utf8
[13-01-14 11:10:41.0529] main::init (354) Starting Logitech Media Server (v7.7.2, r33893, Wed Mar 14 06:37:22 MDT 2012) perl 5.008008
Still no joy accessing the LMS page or from the jogglers squeezeplay app..
Thanks for your help with this..
charlesr wrote:Hi all
Please would someone explain how I prevent Logitech Media Server from running? I don't use it (I have a LMS on my PC 24/7) and never will and don't use the BBC iPlayer either.
I only use internet browser and squeezeplay (to control one of my squeezeboxes).
Is it just a case of removing the entire package? If so, what is the command please?
ttherapo wrote:Sorry to ask again, i already asked a few posts before, but i got no reply.Maybe because it was a stupid question...so again what is LMS and how do i configure it? I have two Jogglers with PNPIII installed..thanks...
Fishy wrote:Leonardo wrote:Fishy don't worry, if you need info in Linux I think I can help you! (I'm newbie with Joggler but at the end it's alway Linux )
Tell me what you need and I can try to create a script!
Thanks for very kind offer.
IP="a.b.c.d" # IP Address to test, for example router IP
STS="3600" # Seconds to sleep, 3600=1hour
ping -c1 $IP 2>&1 > /dev/null
if [ "$ERR" = "1" ]; then
# do something, like a reboot or whatever you want!
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