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August 20, 2015 at 19:41 in reply to: AudioStreamer.exe still running in background after you Exit #596
I went through the Installation Instrustions again to make sure I did not miss any steps and was able to launch AudioStreamer without issue and then exited. It did exit cleanly and no process was visible in Task Manager. I did this launching and exiting a couple of times now and all is well. It could have been related to the initial mongoose.conf issue I noted earlier.
It is working consistantly now.
I believe that was the case that there was two instances running. This would explain why this mongoose.conf file looks like this:
# Mongoose web server configuration file.
# Lines starting with ‘#’ and empty lines are ignored.
# For detailed description of every option, visit
# cgi_extensions .php
# cgi_environment <value>
# put_delete_passwords_file <value>
# cgi_interpreter ./php/php-cgi.exe
# protect_uri <value>
# authentication_domain mydomain.com
# ssi_extensions .shtml,.shtm
# access_log_file <value>
# ssl_chain_file <value>
# enable_directory_listing no
# error_log_file error.log
# global_passwords_file <value>
# index_files index.php
# enable_keep_alive no
# access_control_list <value>
# max_request_size 16384
# extra_mime_types <value>
# listening_ports 9091
# document_root ./core
# ssl_certificate <value>
# num_threads 10
# run_as_user <value>
Currently I have it running. Thanks!
Found and interesting but not so fix. Note, even though the program emits an error after first running AudioStreamer.exe it is actually running in the Taskbar.
Right-click on the AudioStreamer icon
Select Edit config file
Change the line where has the port 9090 to 9091
-> Note the display did not show the config as when you edited it but only with #<comments>
But once I made that change and went back to Edit config file the display was correct and access the http://localhost:9090 worked! It could just be a fluke of course but worked for me.
It looks like that it is not reading the mongoose.conf file correctly when the AudioStreamer.exe starts up initially.