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LMS has problems reading from HTTP repositories

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danielvijge committed Aug 15, 2016
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@@ -13,7 +13,7 @@ to add an additional repository, because this is an official third party reposit
However, if you want to, you can add the repository directly. A new version might be
earlier available in this repository:
https://danielvijge.github.io/lms_mixcloud/public.xml
http://danielvijge.github.io/lms_mixcloud/public.xml
This Plugin is in Alpha stage and build from the SqueezeCloud Plugin (thanks to the developers), because the documentation
of the LMS Server is very bad and Perl still sucks.

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bvrulez Jun 18, 2018

I don't understand this. The header sais LMS has problems reading from HTTP. But then in the code it is suggested to add an HTTP-repository (instead of an HTTPS-repository). Also, when trying to add those via the plugin page I get an error. However, I managed to install the mixcloud plugin on another LMS by doing this a few days ago. But on a second LMS it does not work.

bvrulez replied Jun 18, 2018

I don't understand this. The header sais LMS has problems reading from HTTP. But then in the code it is suggested to add an HTTP-repository (instead of an HTTPS-repository). Also, when trying to add those via the plugin page I get an error. However, I managed to install the mixcloud plugin on another LMS by doing this a few days ago. But on a second LMS it does not work.

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danielvijge Jun 18, 2018

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Typo in the commit message. It should read that LMS has problems reading third party repo URLs from HTTPS sources.
Bit you don't have to install this repor. The Mixcloud plugin is available in the default repos. It should be there on the plugins page without any actions from your side.

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danielvijge replied Jun 18, 2018

Typo in the commit message. It should read that LMS has problems reading third party repo URLs from HTTPS sources.
Bit you don't have to install this repor. The Mixcloud plugin is available in the default repos. It should be there on the plugins page without any actions from your side.

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bvrulez Jun 18, 2018

Yes, the plugin is there but trying to install it is not working at the moment. Updating my LMS now.

bvrulez replied Jun 18, 2018

Yes, the plugin is there but trying to install it is not working at the moment. Updating my LMS now.

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bvrulez Jun 18, 2018

Updating LMS worked and the plugin now is usable. Thank you very much for doing this! (I seemed to have a broken installation but could fix it via sudo apt-get --fix-broken install and then updating the LMS to current 7.9.1.) EDIT: Actually, the plugin is installed but not playing any tracks. I even added the API-key. (Soundcloud is working fine.)

bvrulez replied Jun 18, 2018

Updating LMS worked and the plugin now is usable. Thank you very much for doing this! (I seemed to have a broken installation but could fix it via sudo apt-get --fix-broken install and then updating the LMS to current 7.9.1.) EDIT: Actually, the plugin is installed but not playing any tracks. I even added the API-key. (Soundcloud is working fine.)

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