Ubuntu 18.04 -> 'tsmuxer' (and others) is not available

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MovieFrek
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Re: Ubuntu 18.04 -> 'tsmuxer' (and others) is not available

Post by MovieFrek » Mon Jan 07, 2019 12:57 pm

Thanks, when home tonight will do it.

Cheers

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Re: Ubuntu 18.04 -> 'tsmuxer' (and others) is not available

Post by MovieFrek » Mon Jan 07, 2019 6:47 pm

Ok, here are the files.

Thanks !
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boss
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Re: Ubuntu 18.04 -> 'tsmuxer' (and others) is not available

Post by boss » Mon Jan 07, 2019 7:48 pm

1. Your log says it cannot create the directory "/var/log/UMS/Richard".
I would say that the permissions are not allowing UMS to write to this directory.

2. It looks as though you do not have libzen on your server.

3. Also looks like libmediainfo is not on your server.

Can you check those and install them if not installed.
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MovieFrek
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Re: Ubuntu 18.04 -> 'tsmuxer' (and others) is not available

Post by MovieFrek » Mon Jan 07, 2019 8:00 pm

LIbraries are installed in 64 bit mode

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Re: Ubuntu 18.04 -> 'tsmuxer' (and others) is not available

Post by boss » Mon Jan 07, 2019 8:05 pm

Is this file "libzen.so" located here: "linux-x86-64/libzen.so" on your system?

And this one here: "linux-x86-64/libmediainfo.so"

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Re: Ubuntu 18.04 -> 'tsmuxer' (and others) is not available

Post by boss » Mon Jan 07, 2019 11:42 pm

@MovieFrek
You may find the info in this thread also helpful.
https://www.universalmediaserver.com/fo ... .php?t=996

MovieFrek
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Re: Ubuntu 18.04 -> 'tsmuxer' (and others) is not available

Post by MovieFrek » Tue Jan 08, 2019 4:18 pm

Ok, those libraries were not in, but now they have installed, Still the Txmux problems remains.
As I have no more time, I will use WIN 10 Enterprise and cut the lossess.
Sorry, this is a bit of a problem.

boss
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Re: Ubuntu 18.04 -> 'tsmuxer' (and others) is not available

Post by boss » Tue Jan 08, 2019 6:19 pm

Tmuxer comes with ums.
In the UMS.conf file you can add the path.
....../ums/linux/tsmuxer

MovieFrek
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Re: Ubuntu 18.04 -> 'tsmuxer' (and others) is not available

Post by MovieFrek » Wed Jan 09, 2019 12:24 pm

Yes, you are 150% correct ! TSmuxer is in the Linux folder....................it is the 64 bit binary, BUT the error that UMS gives in its graphical interface is saying that the tsmuxer is mixing, error 127 and needs the 32 bit.
Once I get home I will put the screen shot...........

The other thing is, as I said a few times, some files will not play at all "cannot connect" error on the TV, when other files connect and play.

There are too many things loose in this Frankenstein, sorry, it is a reality.
I insiste, on WIN 10 runs so good....................

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Re: Ubuntu 18.04 -> 'tsmuxer' (and others) is not available

Post by Nadahar » Wed Jan 09, 2019 1:21 pm

UMS is very badly packaged for Linux. That said, we tried to make instructions for it a couple of years ago: https://github.com/UniversalMediaServer ... structions

Linux is a pain for developers because nothing is standardized. What packages you need and what scripts to edit etc varies from distro to distro, and there are literally hundreds of distros.. On the page I linked to there's an attempt to cover this for the most common distros.

As far as I remember tsMuxeR is only compiled for 32 bit for Linux. tsMuxeR isn't open source (although the author once said he would open it) and it has been abandoned for some years now, so there's not much hope that there will ever be a 64-bit version for Linux built. Because of this, you need to install some parts of the 32-bit subsystem for Linux. Distros that have dropped 32-bit support all-together is a lost cause when it comes to tsMuxeR as far as I know.

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