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I can't run it on the same machine as the vdr server?

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rdoac:
qtvomp -p localhost
main: argument passed to app: "-p"
main: argument passed to app: "localhost"
MainWindow::MainWindow called
VDRThread::run started
VDRThread::eventLoopReady called
VDRThread::vdrFindServer called
VDRThread::waitForEventLoop started
VDRThread::waitForEventLoop ended
VDRThread::initVDRFindServer called
Binding to socket 3024 failed. Maybe you have a VDR instance running on this machine.

:-(

Or is there a way to make it work?

muellerph:
Use the -p <ip-address> command line option when starting qtvomp.

update:

use the ip-address directly, not the name, as it doesn't resolve it.
./qtvomp -p 127.0.0.1

This is a limitation of vompserver at the moment (it blocks the port and only answers on this port).

No workaround possible from my side (at least not that I'm aware of).

Ok, now rethinking it: In case this port is blocked, the assumption that VDR is running on the box should be >99%.

So in the next version I will adjust the check so it then uses the localhost address by default (with a messagebox explaining it).

rdoac:
The main issue is this:

Binding to socket 3024 failed. Maybe you have a VDR instance running on this machine.

It now is resolving the 127.0.0.1, but I can't connect as it's on the same machine.

muellerph:
How about using the normal ip-address?

e.g. ./qtvomp -p 192.168.1.1

(I haven't tried the localhost address at home, but know the 192... works).

Maybe a firewall is also blocking the port (but this would look strange to me).

Chris:
Isn't it "-s"? Or is that an earlier version of the code?

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