Bug #1796

Unhandled HTTP Response 404 on Ororo.tv plugin on PS3 using latest showtime.

Added by Demos Nicolaou almost 7 years ago. Updated almost 7 years ago.

Status:FixedStart date:11/22/2013
Priority:NormalDue date:
Assignee:Andreas Smas% Done:

100%

Category:Plugins
Target version:4.4
Found in version:4.3.536 Platform:PS3

Description

Hi Guys,

Wonder if you could help. Since a 2-3 days ago I started getting an "Unhandled HTTP Response 404" whn I try to play any video from Ororo.tv plugin on showtime media player on PS3. I am running showtime-4.3.536.

Any one have any info? I saw that the plugin was updated yesterday but this did not cure the problem :(

Associated revisions

Revision 812aa02c
Added by Andreas Smas almost 7 years ago

js: Add support for plugins to set cookies directly

refs #1796

Change included in version 4.3.567

History

#1 Updated by Nicholas Wolfwood almost 7 years ago

See: https://github.com/Buksa/plugins_for_showtime/issues/1

I think Buksa is working on it...

#2 Updated by Demos Nicolaou almost 7 years ago

Nicholas Wolfwood wrote:

See: https://github.com/Buksa/plugins_for_showtime/issues/1

I think Buksa is working on it...

That thread was closed a few months back in august unless I am mistaken. Is anyone else having issues with Ororo plugin?

#3 Updated by Nicholas Wolfwood almost 7 years ago

I know what the problem is, but the maintainer must fix it.

The final video URL needs a cookie named video, with a value of true. ie. Cookie: video=true

Then is will work.

#4 Updated by Buksa Noob almost 7 years ago

i know but it not passable right now
no way how you can inject cookies
if you try change manually file httpcookies it will work
you will find all cookie right the just change buksa.hostei.com on .ororo.tv

#5 Updated by Nicholas Wolfwood almost 7 years ago

I see... for some reason I thought that there was, but looking at the plugin wiki I see now that it doesn't apply to the media URL.

Thanks for the workaround :)

#6 Updated by Nikos Gar almost 7 years ago

can you please tell me how to fix this? i am having the same problem, and i dont know many stuff. is there a guide of how to do it? thank you in advance!

#7 Updated by Nicholas Wolfwood almost 7 years ago

Hey Buksa,

Do you know of anyway to make the cookie more persistent? It seems like the cookie jar might be limited because today when I tried to play videos for the first time I got the 403 again...so I looked at the httpcookies file again and noticed that the one I edited yesterday had vanished :-/

Thanks!

#8 Updated by Buksa Noob almost 7 years ago

maybe host change a cookie
just generate [url=http://www.timestampgenerator.com/]timestamp[/url] end change expire date
also i think will be better if we move discussion to forum :)

#9 Updated by Jason Smith almost 7 years ago

Sorry for being thick but how do I do this on ps3? Where is the httpcookie file?

#10 Updated by Jason Smith almost 7 years ago

Ignore that, I found it. For anyone else having trouble the file is in /dev_hdd0/game/HTSS00003/USRDIR/st4_settings/settings. Open it and find the cookie with the domain "ororo.tv". Change the name field to "video" and change the value field to "true".

#11 Updated by Andreas Smas almost 7 years ago

I've added support to Showtime so plugins can override cookies manually now.

This should make it possible for Buksa to fix this issue in the plugin directly (I think :-)

#12 Updated by Nicholas Wolfwood almost 7 years ago

Thanks Andreas :)

I also noticed that the current "Bleeding Edge" release was pushed down to "Testing", that should help others with this plugin as well.

#13 Updated by Leonid Protasov almost 7 years ago

  • Status changed from New to Fixed
  • % Done changed from 0 to 100

Fixed in plugin.

#14 Updated by Andreas Smas almost 7 years ago

  • Target version set to 4.4

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