[RDD] Can't import audio - Invalid URL]
mike at wvmcfm.com
Tue Sep 11 16:29:02 EDT 2012
OK I am making progress!
For the record, in case anyone else runs in to this, here is what I have
I am running ubuntu 10.04 and RD 2.1.4.
For whatever reason, I did not install apache on my client computer, so
I installed that.
I then snagged a copy of addcart.html off the net and copied it into
the /var/www folder. (this is the default apache location for web
Next I copied /usr/share/doc/rivendell/examples/conf/rd-bin.conf
now when I go to http://localhost/rd-bin/addcart.html
I get a web page! However, I still can't import audio. When I go into
RDlibrary, and try to import a WAV file into the cart, I get a "Unable
to create destination file" error.
I check my /var/log/apache2/error.log and I see the following:
File does not exist: /var/www/rd-bin/rdxport.cgi
Did a google for an example, and I can't find one.
So could some please post an example for me? Or perhaps there is
something else I need to do. I am open to suggestions
As usual The people here have been so helpful, and I appreciate it.
Station Engineer WVMC-FM
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From: Gregg Wonderly <gergg at cox.net>
To: mike at wvmcfm.com, User discussion about the Rivendell Radio
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Subject: Re: [RDD] [Fwd: RE: Can't import audio - Invalid URL]
Date: Mon, 10 Sep 2012 14:29:32 -0500
On Sep 10, 2012, at 2:13 PM, Mike T. <mike at wvmcfm.com> wrote:
> I finally got back to the not able to import WAVs issue. Per your
> instructions, here is what I have tried:
> 1. you are correct, I get a 404 when I try
> 2. in doing a search, I found a copy of rd-bin.conf in
> I copied it to /etc/apache2 and restarted apache. I still got a 404
It needs to be in the conf.d subdirectory of the apache /etc directory. So, if you have /etc/apache2, then it needs to go into /etc/apache2/conf.d
> 3. I did a search for addcart.html, and there isn't one on my hard
> 4. I tried your suggestion of
> ./configure --libexecdir=/usr/local/libexecdir
> I got a "command not found" error. I suspect I am in the wrong
> subdirectory. I ran this from /home/rduser directory.
This would reconfigure the rivendell build environment in the source root for rivendell, and needs to be run from that directory, wherever you have unpacked the rivendell .tar.gz at.
> 5. I did a google search for the above command and found a reference
> that for ubuntu 10.4 (which I am using..) the command should be:
> ./configure --libexecdir=/usr/local/libexec
> I still got a "Command not found" error.
> So what am I doing wrong?
> As always, I appreciate any suggestions.
> Station Engineer WVMC-FM
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> From: Wayne Merricks <WayneMerricks at TheVoiceAsia.Com>
> To: mike at wvmcfm.com, User discussion about the Rivendell Radio
> Automation System <rivendell-dev at lists.rivendellaudio.org>
> Subject: RE: [RDD] Can't import audio - Invalid URL
> Date: Fri, 7 Sep 2012 01:07:59 +0100
> Check to see if your apache is serving the rd-bin directory properly.
> If you get a 404 for that then the config is wrong. You normally copy riv_source/conf/rd-bin.conf to /etc/apache2/conf.d/ then restart the apache service (sudo service apache2 restart).
> Theres also the possibility that rd-bin.conf isn't formed properly. Normally under Ubuntu you do ./configure --libexecdir=/usr/local/libexecdir
> What you need to do is find where addcart.html has been copied too and modify the rd-bin.conf file to reflect that path then copy that into the apache dir.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: rivendell-dev-bounces at lists.rivendellaudio.org on behalf of Mike T.
> Sent: Thu 06/09/2012 17:46
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> Subject: [RDD] Can't import audio - Invalid URL
> I have tried importing audio using rdimport, ripping a CD from inside
> RDlibrary, and importing a WAV from inside RDlibrary.
> In every case, as soon as it starts importing, I get a "Invalid URL"
> error message, and nothing is imported.
> What am I missing - any help would be greatly appreciated
> Running Ubuntu 10.04
> Rivendell ver. 2.1.4
> database schema 205
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