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Mac and Linux installers released

Postby sindre_mehus » Fri Feb 26, 2010 6:54 pm

Hi,

Installers for Mac and Ubuntu/Debian Linux are now available.

This should make it a lot easier to install Subsonic on those platforms. Your feedback is as always very much welcome!

Enjoy,
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Postby sindre_mehus » Wed Mar 03, 2010 10:03 pm

As of today, an RPM package is also available for download.

This is used for installing Subsonic on Red Hat Linux, including Fedora, CentOS and many other.

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Postby krizze » Thu Mar 04, 2010 11:59 am

Great! :D
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Postby dennusb » Wed Mar 10, 2010 10:15 pm

Is it also possible to include lame in the debian installer?
I can't install lame by myself? It says there is no candidate for it :(
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Hi

Postby buellie » Fri Mar 12, 2010 9:53 pm

how come the install version
install to a different port than
the standalone version?

does this help with the connection
to the xxx.subsonic.org
connecttohost error?
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Postby sindre_mehus » Fri Mar 12, 2010 9:59 pm

Yes, the hosting company that hosts the subsonic.org server doesn't allow outgoing connections to port 8080, so I've started using port 4040 instead.
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Postby meekatron » Wed Mar 17, 2010 12:54 pm

is the war version of subsonic 3.9 using port 4040.. i am using a shared hosting connection with godaddy and cant get this to work at all.

ok silly me this installation will work on whatever port tomcat is running on in the godaddy shared hosting connection.. i have found port 9080 on a few forums is what they use but still no joy..
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Postby thomasbruce » Fri Apr 23, 2010 11:09 pm

have a suggestion to whoever is making the installer for mac os x. when you open subsonic the "application window" is poping up and stays there, you can minimize it but thats aout it. it's not very "mac like" if you know what i mean. it should atleast be able to hide on startup or the best way i think is to make it run in the statusbar/finder menu like other similar apps like simplify media and orb does. you can then drop the app icon in the dock to get more space there, and it's easy to get to in the statusbar but not clogging up your desktop. hope this can be done for the final 4.0 release :) i think i'm not alone on this.

another thing that would be nice is to set the memory used by subsonic in the app aswell.

thanks for all your great work!
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Postby volcs0 » Wed May 19, 2010 7:44 pm

thomasbruce wrote:
another thing that would be nice is to set the memory used by subsonic in the app aswell.



Applications --> Subsonic (right click, show package contents)

Open Contents

Open Info.plist in a text editor

Find this part:

Code: Select all
<key>VMOptions</key>
<string>-Xmx100m</string>


Put whatever you want for memory in there. Mine was crashing. I've since changed it to read:

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<string<-Xmx1024m</string>


Not convenient, but it works.
Hope this helps.
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