TLDR: Replace jar files with older version.
Since power is getting expensive & it's not winter now, I decided to build BubbleUpNP for a Raspberry Pi B+ (BubbleUpNP-on-RPI-B+
). since my circa 2013 ArchLinux server gets way too hot for my small office/server room. I jumped straight onto building this server and the old-as-the-hills Raspberry Pi completed the build in around 5hrs.
I then proceeded to test it out without success using the remote (Internet) access methods. I jumped right on Quant and searched for something like 'Browse error "...no response received or internal proxy error"'. I was not surprised to see other folks with the same issue. Glad to find this group's posts as I realized ( maybe had ) a version of the jar files that would work.
This old x86_64 ArchLinux server, which has been powered off since Dec 2021 had version 0.9bubble38 .jar files in /usr/share/bubbleupnpserver/. I thought surely this would not work, but the Arm build linked above just has a command to wget the latest .jar server, extract, test, and place into the correct directory.
I just have reminded all to make a full backup important services before issuing pacman -Syu. AND that it's pretty important to disable the auto-update in the BubbleUpNP web interface. Yeah, updates... there's just a few, but fortunately the BubbleUpNP files are not in the normal pacman repos (AUR packages).
## pacman -Syu
... updates for the my ArchLinux server built May 2013:
... zimg-3.0.3-2 zlib-1:1.2.12-2 zstd-1.5.2-3
Total Download Size: 1428.16 MiB
Total Installed Size: 5266.11 MiB
Net Upgrade Size: -1.77 MiB
:: Proceed with installation? [Y/n]
## yay -Syu (AUR updates) are held-off as other more important services need to keep running.
If you can find older versions of the server & launcher jar files, make a backup of the "updated" broken stuff (rename .bak), then drop the old-working versions into wherever your install lives - and start it right up.
Highly recommend but note: ymmv.
Have a great day and listen to some good stuff. We're only here for so long!
Peace my brothers, Peace.