XBMC Video Server: stream/download your library contents

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phyzical Offline
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Post: #706
why not set the sane 10 sec time out as default then allow the user to choose? or is this not possible a feature?
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Langeman Offline
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Post: #707
Works perfectly. Thanks for the work.
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phyzical Offline
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Post: #708
alright so i changed the timeout to 100 seconds and wasnt enough, 150 was enough though.

@negge maybe consider increasing it to 150 by default because aslong as you cache it its almost instant the second time around.

to any facing similar issues (unless a solution is implemented), xbmc-video-server/vendor/zendframework/zend-http/zend/http/client.php and search for timeout setting by default it is 10 change this to 150 to be safe,you also need to edit your php.ini and change the max_timeout 30 to 150.

thanks again negge works great
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CHANGELOG.md Wrote:#### 1.6.12
* some minor changes to the style sheet to improve the grid layout on all resolutions
* minor updates to the French translation (thanks to @Galixte)
* changed to use case-insensitive matching for usernames during login
* divided the settings area into two sections for improved readability
* fixed library update functionality on certain Isengard alpha backends
* added a new setting to control the request timeout. The default has also been increased from 10 to 30 seconds.
* minor change to the installation instructions (on the wiki) to workaround an issue where yiic may be unexecutable out of the box
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