My problem is that I'm trying to use the example shownp.php script and well... Every time I get the error message above (The topic title)
Any ideas on why I'm getting this error message?
Firewall? Server not enabled? Running on different port?
Hehe I've just restarted iTunes and tried again and it seemingly works fine
I dunno maybe just a glitch
Thanks for the quick reply anyway
I'll probably come across more problems later on
Ok as I thought I'm stuck again.
I want to have it so that whenever I load shownp.php it displays the currently playing song
http://heretic121.pastebin.com/m374ea40e <--- That is what shownp.php contains
 Just a side note: It displays fine in command prompt its just not being read properly in a browser[/edit]
Am I going wrong anywhere?
Thanks for any help
Same machine, same PHP version?
Machine: Windows XP SP2
PHP 5.2.6 (cli) (built: May 2 2008 18:02:07) <--- Done using php -v
So the player and server are on the same machine and it work from the command line, but not from the server?
Anything interesting in the sever logs? Are you sure the extension is loaded?
Yeh there was something in the server logs
I assume the extension isnt loading properly?
Any way of fixing this
I already have extension=php_amip.dll added to my php.ini file
You should place php_amip.dll to the place where PHP has extensions installed. Also ac.dll must be in PATH so that it can be loaded by the server.
I'm not too good with adding things to PATH but my PATH now goes like this
C:\Program Files\Nmap;C:\Program Files\PHP\ac.dll
As for php_amip.dll i've added it to \ext\
and added \etc\ to php.ini
Nope, the quickest way is to put ac.dll in windows\system32. PATH should include only directories, not files.
Moving ac.dll to windows\system32 worked
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