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danstl
Level 7

Roku debuging?

can you get player debug info from the telnet port on the roku? If not (though I know it would void the warranty) can you get it from the serial headers in the box itself? Or does Roku have a debug / developer unit available for purchase?

-dan
Model: 2050X - wired
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Location: St. Louis, MO
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digiblur
Level 7

Re: Roku debuging?

"danstl" wrote:
can you get player debug info from the telnet port on the roku? If not (though I know it would void the warranty) can you get it from the serial headers in the box itself? Or does Roku have a debug / developer unit available for purchase?

-dan


Look in the SDK docs, you'll see some debug info sent out via telnet. I think on port 8085, if I remember correctly.
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danstl
Level 7

Re: Roku debuging?

Thanks, I guess I missed that bit of info Smiley Happy

EDIT :
From the RokuDvp-Developer guide:

Run the application with the application debug console open. When you telnet to the Roku DVP on port 8085 (see section 8.1) you will see the debug console from your application. If there are any errors in your code, they will show up on this console. There is even a debugger attached to this port that will give you source file and line number information for script errors.
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Location: St. Louis, MO
ISP: At&t 12Mb (primary) -- Charter 20Mb (secondary)
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