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#1 ryan-neil

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Posted 22 February 2004 - 12:22 AM

I have relax working, sort of,

When i boot my xbox first time into xbmp and browse the audio folder under
relax share it fine, but if i back out and go say into audio, once i go into relax share in video or back into audio it dowsnt work any more, the relax debug log gives the following

192.168.125.250 20/02/2004 01:41:22 0 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
192.168.125.250 20/02/2004 01:41:22 2 Incomming connection from 192.168.125.250
192.168.125.250 20/02/2004 01:41:22 1 Security passed...
192.168.125.250 20/02/2004 01:41:22 1 Waiting for greeting
192.168.125.250 20/02/2004 01:41:22 1 received greeting :HELLO XSTREAM 6.0
192.168.125.250 20/02/2004 01:41:22 1 Sending greeting : HELLO XBOX!
192.168.125.250 20/02/2004 01:41:22 1 Waiting in endles loop for commands
192.168.125.250 20/02/2004 01:41:22 1 Command gotten : *CAT
192.168.125.250 20/02/2004 01:41:22 1 param : ,\\Videos
192.168.125.250 20/02/2004 01:41:25 0 End of it all
connection lost 20/02/2004 01:41:25 0 Disconnected]


Does anyone know what that bloody *cat command is, its really pissing me off, im running relax on 2kSvr as a service, it is head recking at this stage.

My xbmp config is right but this on off working is pissing me off, i have 620GB in my file server and im not changing it for a bloody relax server


#2 poolem

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Posted 01 March 2004 - 04:00 AM

Not sure if what your experiencing is the same thing I had....

I changed my xbmp config.xml file to reference <shares> using %ROOT%, and works more reliably....

Let's suppose the following
RelaX server PC IP: 10.0.0.1
Xbox IP: 10.0.0.1
Relax share name: Videos

In XBMP's config.xml add the following into the <videos></videos> -tag

<share>
<name>Network (XNS)</name>
<url>$ROOT$Videos@10.0.0.1</url>
</share>

And that's it! You should be able to connect to RelaX from XBMP.





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