[Mpd-users] option mpp-compress

Volodymyr Kostyrko c.kworr at gmail.com
Tue Jan 31 07:11:13 PST 2006


Y-rack oout 4os!

2006/1/31, gahn <ipfreak at yahoo.com>:

> What is the command "set ccp yes mpp-compress" for? I
> noticed that it affects the configuration of the
> client (encryption). with that command in mpd.conf,
> the client must use "Optional encryption". Without
> that command, the client could use settings like
> "Maximum strength encryption".
>
> But in the manual:
>
> http://www.bretterklieber.com/mpd/doc3/mpd24.html#24
>
> it seems to be saying that this command must be a part
> of configuration.

  Or should it? This option should just enable MPPC
(Microsoft-Point-to-Point-Compression). And also we can see on the
same page:

====
The options available at the CCP layer are listed below. Note that the
STAC and MPPC options require proprietary files that are not included
with the normal mpd distribution.
====

  This is said generally about mpp-compress. Try to examine your log
files - if you did nothing to compile MPPC in mpd should point it out.

  Other commands in there describe MPPE
(Microsoft-Point-to-Point-Encryption). The good way of enabling
encryption for your bundle is:

set ccp yes mppc mpp-e40 mpp-e56 mpp-e128 mpp-stateless

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