5. November 2017 at 15:35 #32287
Just register and install spotify connect with tar url:
All is fine, but it’s fail to start at reboot and fail manual too.
Here the debug:
#### Librespot Output #### /bin/bash: suo: command not found #### Librespot Command Line Options #### error: Required option 'name' missing. Usage: /opt/spotifyconnect/librespot [options]
A typo bug
suoat place of
Can you help please ?
PS: Does all premium plugins need to install with the url link ?6. November 2017 at 17:01 #32312
Please try installing the beta version of Spotify Connect (replace „currentversion“ with „beta“ in the URL).
Yes, all new plugins are available as .tar files under URL links. However, you can also install the .tar file locally and download it on any other device from our website.10. November 2017 at 22:17 #32413
Badly it’s not resolve.
Try many installation.
– go top startup tab, switch the plugin to the left, enter the beta url.
– Try to launch, same message.
– Go to the plugin tab, hit reinstall button, same message …
I observe that the configuration form is always completed with my informations even after new installation
Maybe I need to full delete all older files from the current version, but I didn’t find a way to do this.12. November 2017 at 11:51 #32422
Just find wath’s the problem, in my login name I have a pipe character ‚|‘ so when you use the login in the script the system interpret it as a pipe.
Just make the test with an other spotify account and it’s work well.
Can you fix this by protect the login during command line ?
Thnx25. November 2017 at 12:25 #32628
Hi Heiner, I follow the github report: https://github.com/plietar/librespot/issues/265
As I presume, the answer is we need to quote the user variable in the command.
Suggestion, can you quote username in spotifyconnect/controller/Setup.php at line 104:
$parameter = '--username '.$_REQUEST['username'];
$parameter = '--username '."\"".$_REQUEST['username']."\"";
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