Can't get Galleon to work

Discussion in 'TiVo Home Media Features & TiVoToGo' started by ThirdEye, Dec 14, 2005.

  1. ThirdEye

    ThirdEye New Member

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    I can't get Galleon to work. When I go to File/ToGo... and then the Recorded tab, I can see all the programs on my TiVo so connectivity seems fine but when I go to my TiVo, I can't see any of the Galleon apps.

    I do have a couple of errors in the log but don't know what the problem is. They are:

    "15:15:14,394 ERROR [JmDNS.ServiceBrowser: _http._tcp.local.] TiVoListener - Service not found: _http._tcp.local.
    15:15:32,380 ERROR [ToGoThread] ToGo - java.net.ConnectException: Connection timed out: connect"

    I'm running XP SP2 but I don't have any firewalls running.

    Thanks for any help anyone can give me.
     
  2. ThirdEye

    ThirdEye New Member

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    Bump... Can anyone help with this... Javahmo?
     
  3. ThirdEye

    ThirdEye New Member

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    Bump...

    Last try and then I give up. Anyone?
     
  4. javahmo

    javahmo New Member

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    Have you configured the correct ip address in the Galleon configuration GUI File/Properties menu?
    Have you enabled all of the neccessary ports:
    http://galleon.tv/content/view/36/47/
    Have you looked for any errors in the Galleon logs?
    Have you tried to test your network with the TiVo HME Quickstart demos:
    http://tivohme.sourceforge.net/?page=quickstart
     
  5. juanian

    juanian Member

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    In the future, you might get a quicker reply to your questions if you post to one of the other existing Galleon threads. Leon (javahmo) usually makes a thread here on TC for each new version of Galleon (like Galleon 1.9.2 and Galleon 2.0.1).

    I haven't seen a Galleon log error like yours before, so I can't add much more about that (but the TiVoListener error does seem like it is very related to your problem).

    As to firewalls, be sure that you aren't having a problem from the built-in Windows firewall (or a firewall that might be automatically enabled by other utilities).
     

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