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Wed Aug 3 09:27:11 PDT 2016
Yes, almost anything may be down to 'random'. However we may also need to
bear in mind the famous comment:
"To lose one parent is unfortunate. To lose two seems like carelessness."
In this case it isn't a problem I recall encountering before. Yet it has
now happened many times in the space of a few days. So the simplest answer
may be that something has actually changed. The question then being, what?
"Hiccups" is a natty label. However, as Feynman pointed out, giving
something a name doesn't mean you understand it. :-)
<CANqy082cjgUtXfvgnYTr6zfaTehzzqMMN8tF+Xf4LiLNDuyHEw at mail.gmail.com>,
artisticforge . <artisticforge at gmail.com> wrote:
> I run into premature terminations several times a week. I chalk them up
> to 'Internet Hiccups'. Restart and everything is fine.
> Remember Occam's Razor: "Among competing hypotheses, the one with the
> fewest assumptions should be selected." or paraphrased: "The simplest
> answer is normally the correct answer." or "The simplest answer is
> normally the best answer."
> "Hiccups" explain many things. ;-)
> On Wed, Aug 3, 2016 at 9:54 AM, Jim web <web at audiomisc.co.uk> wrote:
> > I encountered this problem again this morning. This time for two
> > programmes with the pids b0085b0s and b07n2hmt. As before my usual hls
> > fetch method ended prematurely without gip reporting any actual
> > errors. But using
> > --type=tv --mode=best
> > then worked for both. Albeit rather more slowly than my using method.
> > I'm currently using the linux gip (Jan develop version 2.95) Should
> > the current release version accept the same options? I'll get it and
> > give it a try, but am wondering if I'll need to change the way I
> > specify getting the best hdtv via hls.
> > Jim
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