Galleon 2.1.0

Discussion in 'TiVo Home Media Features & TiVoToGo' started by javahmo, Jan 15, 2006.

  1. stevejoe

    stevejoe New Member

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    JAVAHMO - I have this same problem and saw your responses to "Headroll" where you thought they might have too much of a low-end PC. However, that's not the case with my system. Here's some info on my system and what I've done. I can send log files to you if you want.

    My system: 2.8 Ghz Pentium 4, 1Gbyte RAM, Win XP Pro w/ SP2, Tivo Desktop 2.2, Tivo unit system version 7.2.1, JRE 5.0 Update 6, Norton Internet Security 2006.

    I can't get Galleon 1.9.2, 2.0.1 or 2.1.0 to work. When I install it, the galleon service either never starts or starts and then immediately stops. When I check
    Services under the Windows Control Panel, it first appears to be starting - takes awhile - but then finally goes idle. If I force a start from within Services, I get an error message that says that Galleon started and then immediately stopped. When I try to manually run Galleon from the CMD prompt using run.cmd, it says "2.1.0 starting" and then almost immediately returns to the command prompt. My TiVo Desktop is up and running and is working fine. It's also accessible from my TiVo unit.

    I don't think that this is firewall-related either as both my Windows XP SP2 and Norton's Internet Security firewalls are disabled.

    Thanks for your help on this. Galleon is a great piece of software and when it worked for me in the past, I've loved it. Even used and liked JavaHMO for a long time.

    Steve
     
  2. javahmo

    javahmo New Member

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    Email me all of the Galleon logs.
     
  3. Stormspace

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    Since around version 1.9 Galleon will run for a few days and then quit. It appears to be running in the system services, but it refuses to connect to the server when adding or updating apps. Ideas?

    I have seen this as well, however a complete uninstall of both Galleon and Java will get it running again.

    My system. 1.2 ghz AMD Duron 128mb ram. Up until 1.9.x everything was running fine.
     
  4. jimmymac

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    I've been playing around with getting Galleon to work on my new iMac. It's one of the new Intel based Macs. I had it working for about an hour and then it stopped. This afternoon it doesn't seem to be working.

    When I run the gui i get:

    2006-02-02 13:12:23.208 java[296] CFLog (0): CFMessagePort: bootstrap_register(): failed 1103 (0x44f), port = 0xff03, name = 'java.ServiceProvider'
    See /usr/include/servers/bootstrap_defs.h for the error codes.
    2006-02-02 13:12:23.211 java[296] CFLog (99): CFMessagePortCreateLocal(): failed to name Mach port (java.ServiceProvider)
    2006-02-02 13:12:25.413 java[296] *** -[NSBundle load]: Error loading code /Library/InputManagers/MagicMenuEnabler/MagicMenuEnabler.bundle/Contents/MacOS/MagicMenuEnabler for bundle /Library/InputManagers/MagicMenuEnabler/MagicMenuEnabler.bundle, error code 2 (link edit error code 0, error number 0 ())

    Then the gui opens and all of the apps are there and configured, but nothing is showing up on the Tivo.

    Also, does the GUI have to be up and running to use Galleon?
     
  5. Fraser+Dief

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    Can Galleon transfer only a part of a program?

    For example, if there's a 3 hour game, it'd be very useful to transfer a specific section containing a great play, controversial call, etc.

    It's not very efficient to tranfer 3 hours, when I only need 2 minutes.
     
  6. windracer

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    This is a limitation of TiVoToGo as well ...

    However, MRV gives you the option of transferring a partial program ... it's called "Begin Transfer from Paused Location."

    So, what I do in a case like yours is FF in the recording to the part I want to transfer. Then, from my second TiVo, I MRV the recording to the second box, telling it to start from the paused location. Then I watch the "length" on the program details until x minutes have transferred and cancel the transfer. Then I can use TiVoToGo (or Galleon) to download the smaller (edited, if you will) show to my PC.

    Granted, this requires having a second TiVo to do MRV with.
     
  7. MTBRScott

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    I got Galleon working, spectacular program!

    I want to add another program, Tivonage, to my Galleon list.

    I went to Galleon's FAQs at http://galleon.tv/content/view/41/47.

    I copied the tivonage-0.2.jar file in to the Galleon HME directory, I also see a vonaje-0.31.jar and some other jars as well that I wonder if they should go in to the HME folder.

    The next part says to configure launcher.txt.

    I went to there and saw the stuff like
    #com.tivo.hme.samples.tictactoe.TicTacToe

    Let's pretend I'm not a java moron, what do I type in to my launcher.txt file, I put:
    "com.tivo.hme.tivonage.Tivonage" but I have no idea if that was what I was supposed to put in there...
     
  8. Uncle Spanky

    Uncle Spanky New Member

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    Dumb question - What features work on a hacked DTVTvio version 6.2 ? (If any)...

    Thanks

    Spanky
     
  9. windracer

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    I don't have Vonage, so I can't try out the app, but looking through the run.bat and config.bat I would guess the line in launcher.txt should just be tivonage.Tivonage.

    Just a guess, though ...
     
  10. Fraser+Dief

    Fraser+Dief New Member

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    Yes it is, which is why I was asking. ;)

    Ah, only have one, so that's a no go.
     
  11. bryonrw

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    I get the following error when I try and run ./run.sh

    java.lang.InternalError: Can't connect to X11 window server using ':0.0' as the value of the DSPLAY variable.
     
  12. Joey Bagadonuts

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    Crap. Am I reading this thread correctly? Did I really just spend $60 for Moodlogic when I could have downloaded this program for free and gotten the same results? Does Galleon offer the option of making your own playlists like Moodlogic does?
     
  13. Hunter Green

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    It'll use the playlists you've already created in Winamp, MMJB, etc.
     
  14. Stormspace

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    A friend of mine just recently told me that moodlogic is subscription based, you have to pay annually for it to work. Galleon supports playlists and allows you to create playlists on the TV, but they are limited to one at a time. I haven't had much experience with the MMJB playlists mentioned elsewhere in the thread.
     

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