[kw-pm] SlimServer and Storable.pm
Daniel R. Allen
daniel at coder.com
Thu Dec 9 13:33:12 CST 2004
Holy mother of perl, that's a slick program. I just installed it (against
my better judgement; got lots of other stuff to do before the meeting
It seems to work out-of-the-box on debian / perl 5.6.4 / Storable 2.12.
I grepped through the code for references to Storable, and it seems that
if Storable isn't installed, it should still work. I got that from:
So, you could try renaming or removing Storable and see if you get
further. Or, edit Slim/Music/Info.pm and replace the line:
if (defined @Storable::EXPORT)
with something like:
Hope that helps. I think you'll like SlimServer once you get it running
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On Wed, 8 Dec 2004, Steph Smith wrote:
> Perl newbie with a question :)
> Not even my own code (ha!), but trying to get someone else's working.
> I'm trying to run SlimServer (http://www.slimdevices.com) on a
> gentoo box (if it matters ;), and have been having a devil of a time
> with it. Logging suggests that the problem is with Storable.pm, but
> having a fresh install of the latest stable from CPAN, and finding no
> mention anywhere online of Storable.pm being buggy, I'm not entirely
> convinced its as simple as that.
> Then again, what do I know? =P
> SlimServer itself is being run from Perl source. Nothing to "install"
> per se, just unpack, and call the script.
> This is the error:
> Corrupted storable file (binary v2.6) at blib/lib/Storable.pm (autosplit
> into blib/lib/auto/Storable/_retrieve.al) line 328, at (eval 20) line 65
> Perl is 5.8.5
> Storable.pm is 2.13 (2.0.7 generated the same error)
> SlimServer is 5.4 (5.1.1 generates the same error, for what that's worth)
> I've posted to the Slim discussion list, but haven't gotten a reply yet.
> Impatient, I ;) So just wondering if anyone on the list had any
> experience with SlimServer, or could intuit something meaningful out of
> Love is being stupid together.
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