[gst-devel] remote control
axel at 3drachen.de
Mon Jan 8 00:14:00 CET 2007
Thomas Vander Stichele schrieb:
>On Sat, 2007-01-06 at 13:04 +0100, Axel Huizinga wrote:
>>Trying to access gstreamer (perl binding) via remote control over cgi
>>ibgnomevfs-WARNING **: Unable to create ~/.gnome2 directory: Permission
>>GStreamer-WARNING **: Problem writing registry cache to
>>/sbin/.gstreamer-0.10/registry.x86_64.xml: No such file or directory
>>while the script runs as expected on the console.
>>Can anybody give me a hint how to tell gnome to work in a cgi environment?
>don't use /sbin as a home directory for your cgi user, and give it a
>writable home directory.
>Arguably, GStreamer should be able to still work somehow even if it
>can't write to the home directory. Does the script actually fail after
You are right, meanwhile I got the script working -
now I can control my playlist on my intranet using gstreamer which
has remarkable better sound than mpd (mpg123)
but still it would be nice to get rid of those warnings.
Is there a way to setup gnome to recognize
that we are working in an cgi environment?
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