[Web Interface Addon] XWMM - XBMC Web Media Manager - Printable Version
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- tbird2340 - 2010-09-19 04:36
Running the Dharma beta and I unzipped the files into: C:\Program Files\XBMC\Web\XWMM\*.*..
When I go to http://localhost the XBMC web interface comes up fine.. When I go to http://localhost/xwmm/index.html I gets nothing..
Any ideas? Thanks
- slash - 2010-09-19 04:44
tbird2340 Wrote:Running the Dharma beta and I unzipped the files into: C:\Program Files\XBMC\Web\XWMM\*.*..
Try with http://localhost/XWMM/index.html (XWMM in capital)
- slash - 2010-09-19 04:47
Soul Wrote:I'm now having problems with the Posters. If I select a movie no poster appears, save with TV etc.
Make sure that /XWMM/cache has write access.
Didn't have a chance to upgrade to Dharma beta 2, but XWMM should still work.
- tbird2340 - 2010-09-19 04:52
Debug is my friend.. Had to put the XWMM folder in C:\Program Files\XBMC\addons\webinterface.default
- ppic - 2010-09-19 06:56
now that webinterfaces are addon, do you plan to add it to official repo ?
- Soul - 2010-09-19 13:25
Hey mate. I've done chmod -R 777 both XBMC/web/XWMM/cache and XBMC/addons/webinterface.default/XWMM/cache.
Still not showing any posters
slash Wrote:Make sure that /XWMM/cache has write access.
- slash - 2010-09-19 14:08
ppic Wrote:now that webinterfaces are addon, do you plan to add it to official repo ?
Thanks for the heads-up ppic, it wasn't in beta 1.
I'll submit it asap
New version 1.9.0 - slash - 2010-09-19 16:28
- Merged the stable and svn into 1.9.0
- Removed the cache (not required anymore)
NOTE : changing fanarts and covers is broken (looking into it)
Also please note that XWMM addon is on the way (thanks again ppic)
- technojunkie - 2010-09-21 17:09
Thanks for writing this addon, it's quite useful for those of us who don't have any windows machines on our network.
I was wondering if you'd consider adding a feature to advertise the main page via zeroconf? Right now I've setup a surrogate advertisement on my server, but I have to ensure it runs when the addon is running and that gets a bit tedious.
The advantage to advertising, is that users won't have to worry about case-sensitivity, port number, or if the main page location changes. (assuming of course their browser has an implementation of dns-sd that lets them browse for advertised pages)
- slash - 2010-09-22 13:55
technojunkie Wrote:Thanks for writing this addon, it's quite useful for those of us who don't have any windows machines on our network.
Glad to see that XWMM is usefull
technojunkie Wrote:I was wondering if you'd consider adding a feature to advertise the main page via zeroconf? Right now I've setup a surrogate advertisement on my server, but I have to ensure it runs when the addon is running and that gets a bit tedious.
I'm not familiar with zeroconf. Could you point me to some links so I can evaluate if it can be done with XWMM ?
- technojunkie - 2010-09-22 17:31
sure thing, I'll pull together some links...
I'm sorry, my ignorance about how addons work is most definitly quite glaring. I was browsing through the source of this addon, and realised that you're probably not running an independent http server. (I'm now assuming that xbmc runs the web server and just points requests at the pages defined by the addons)
If that's the case then this request would go to xbmc rather than your addon. I'll dig through the code some more so I can identify where this should be done, sorry.
- slash - 2010-09-23 13:38
Yes, XWMM uses XBMC embedded web server.
- kri kri - 2010-09-23 17:18
Can we install this as an addon now?
- pricinosus - 2010-09-24 09:42
I just can wait XWMM to be in addon repo !!!!!!!
It would be more simple to install.
but till then.... I'm very confused
I'm on Dharma beta 2 on Lucid and I don't know what I am wrong?
This is the path:
If this is it, all I get in firefox here : "http://10.42.96.2:8080/XWMM/index.html" is "File not found"
When have accessed "http://10.42.96.2:8080/"
I got this:
Tell me what is wrong
Just looking at containing of the folder /usr/share/xbmc/
and found /web/ put the containing of the zip there and renamed "webinterface.XWMM" to "XWMM" .
Hit reload broser button for "http://10.42.96.2:8080/XWMM/index.html" and redirect me to "http://10.42.96.2:8080/XWMM/movies/index.html" so.... IT WORKS !!!
So please in your first post, just edit instructions for those with Ubuntu Lucid and Dharma or maybe other Ubuntu users.
- correct path : /usr/share/xbmc/web/
here you have to unzip and then rename folder "webinterface.XWMM" to "XWMM"
also you have to be super user to make this changes
so your correct computer path is "/usr/share/xbmc/web/XWMM/index.html" for web path "http://10.42.96.2:8080/XWMM/index.html"
Also the guide for setting web server is outdated for dharma
Thank you again you are the best !!!!
- slash - 2010-09-24 13:23
Thanks for your comments. I've updated the first post.