[Rhythmbox-devel] FW: FW: last.fm plugin does not ask for username/password

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jamie Nicol [mailto:jamie thenicols net]
> Sent: Tuesday, 31 July, 2012 23:39
> To: John Frankish
> Cc: rhythmbox-devel gnome org
> Subject: Re: [Rhythmbox-devel] FW: last.fm plugin does not ask for 
> username/password
> > Post rhythmbox-0.13.3, the edit/plugins/last.fm menu does not ask 
> > for the username/password, but clicking on the last.fm icon brings 
> > up a button marked "login". I'm guessing that clicking on "login" 
> > should pop-up a browser window, but is doesn't.
> That's odd that it isn't opening a browser. Do you have a default 
> browser set in gnome settings?

No - I'm not using a gnome distro (actually using tinycorelinux), but some gnome settings exist

I believe I need desktop/gnome/apps/browser/exec set to my browser, but I don't know how to create this key with gconftool-2 or gconf-editor - suggestions welcome.

> > If I enter the following into a browser:
> >
> > http://www.last.fm/api/auth/? 
> > api_key=0337ff3c59299b6a31d75164041860b6&token=dabafc5eb1919a46240bf
> > ba57084ad98
> >
> > last.fm asks for my username/password and I can logon and rhythmbox 
> > is set as an enabled application.
> This is odder, because despite not opening a browser for you, 
> rhythmbox should still be able to notice that you logged in and 
> enabled it. But you can see from the output where it says "auth token has not been authorised yet.
> will try again", that last.fm is telling us we have not been authorised.
> In plugins/audioscrobbler/rb-audioscrobbler-account.c, in 
> got_session_key_cb (), try printing the entire return message from 
> last.fm to see if maybe it's being parsed wrong, ie "rb_debug 
> (msg->response_body-
> >data);".

See attached output - it doesn't seem to move us forwards :(

Attachment: rhythmbox.tar.bz2
Description: rhythmbox.tar.bz2

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