FreeBSD Port: squeezeboxserver-7.5.0_1
ehaupt at FreeBSD.org
Fri Jun 18 17:09:23 UTC 2010
George Hartzell <hartzell at alerce.com> wrote:
> Mark writes:
> > Hi,
> > I've been using this port for some years to power my Squeezebox
> > devices
> > - thanks for keeping it up to date.
> > However, the latest update has killed my installation totally -
> > first it would not scan my music, and after upgrading perl & perl
> > module ports I can no longer start the squeezebox server at all:
> > odin# /usr/local/etc/rc.d/squeezeboxserver start
> > Starting squeezeboxserver.
> > The following modules failed to load: YAML::Syck
> > *******
> > NOTE:
> > Please use the buildme.sh script located here:
> > http://svn.slimdevices.com/repos/slim/7.5/trunk/vendor/CPAN/
> > If 7.5 is outdated by the time you read this, Replace "7.5" with
> > the major version
> > of Squeezebox Server you are running.
> > *******
> > Exiting..
> > I'm running the latest 5.8 perl from the ports, and seem to be
> > able to load modules from the command line:
> > odin# perl
> > use YAML::Syck
> > Any idea how I should investigate this? I've tried downloading
> > various versions of the server from slimdevices.com, but to no
> > avail. It either won't run at all, or won't scan any music with
> > DBI:: errors. I did notice the port is not downloading the
> > FreeBSD-specific tarball from slimdevices (it uses the NOCPAN one).
> > I appreciate you're not a helpdesk, but I'm not sure where else to
> > go with this - none of the slimdevices forums seem to have much
> > FreeBSD stuff on them. If there's a list that might help, I'd be
> > grateful if you could point me to it.
> I don't know what's up with the YAML issues. When I upgraded I
> discovered that the latest greatest version of DBIx-Class didn't seem
> to make squeezeboxserver very happy. I downgraded to an earlier
> DBIx-Class release (manually, as described here:
> ) and things worked.
> I'd start by getting everything up to the current version (a current
> perl should be 5.10.1, I believe) and then step DBIx-class back one
> step and see if that works for you.
Has anyone tried if 7.5.1 solves teh DBI-x class issue?
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