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I am attempting to setup a request server using ver 126.96.36.199 of Request server software and Shoutcast 1.8 DSP. The shoutcast server seems to run fine when i setup a playlist and run directly from it, but the problem I am having is when I run the request server, and the end of the first song, WinAmp crashes, and at the same time, the first song shows a "division by zero error" in the request server. All other features of the request server seem to be working normally. (I can tune in from it and request various songs from the playlist) What am I doing wrong? Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!!!!!
31st May 2001, 07:23
I'm having the same problems... If you know of any solutions or if you've found anything... please let me know as well.
10th June 2001, 17:26
Me also guys. And the developer's email bounced back as closed account. Apparently, a song with zero votes ( a new one) is getting divided by 0, causing the crash. I am attempting to trace this down, and eliminate the # of votes.. just forget voting..I think that may be why he gave up. It looks like an outstanding program, but there is a TREMENDOUS amount of java division floating around in the program.
If the # of votes is eliminated, and your screen just says "Next song to be played".. and not list the votes at all, would that not work, and give us something to start a better bug hunt with? thoughts? I really want to use this. I am on Win 98.
27th June 2002, 22:25
Ok the problem you have (I assume) is that Winamp crashes with an unknown error just as the request server attempts to load a requested song in Winamp just as its about to be played.
The reason being is that Request server was written some time ago and is incompatible with newer versions of winamp.
Get Winamp 2.1 from www.oldversion.com to overcome this problem.
Request server can still be a little buggy, A wierd error about a tbar or something can popup now and again, I dont have a clue what it means !!
Well anyway, Hope this helps.
14th July 2006, 12:35
27th March 2011, 09:33
Are you still around have you updated any of your scripts ? all your links are down
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