[K12OSN] vlc localapps can't read in /tmp
jim.kinney at gmail.com
Tue Apr 17 12:31:50 UTC 2012
Ah! I'll bet vlc is looking on the CLIENT /tmp and not the SERVER /tmp.
You can set up the server /tmp to be mounted by the clients. I've not
thought through what the performance/security issues will be. I don't see
performance as much of a problem as security is. Things _should_ be
UID-safe as long as all shared-space users originate their security access
(password, master user list on AD or LDAP) from the server.
On Tue, Apr 17, 2012 at 1:19 AM, lpadumorvan <lpadumorvan at free.fr> wrote:
> I want to play http://www.example.com/video.mpg
> Firefox and vlc are installed on the server and on the client
> I use centos6_64 for the server and centos6_32 for the client.
> With firefox in localapps mode and vlc in server mode
> The video.mpg is downloading in the /tmp of the server and vlc play the
> with success.(the window "open with vlc multimedia player" opens correctly)
> But with firefox and vlc in localapps mode
> The video.mpg is downloading in the /tmp of the server and vlc can't play
> the file. (the window "open with vlc multimedia player" opens correctly)
> The file video.mpg is present in /tmp on the server.
> The error on VLC is:
> "File reading failed:
> VLC could not open the file "/tmp/video.mpg".
> Your input can't be opened:
> VLC is unable to open the MRL 'file:///tmp/video.mpg'. Check the log for
> Thank for your help
> Bests regards
> VUILLET Damien
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