Unable to start server


#1

Hi, I am trying to run Sonic Pi 3.1.0 on a school network, but when a student or teacher launches the program, it crashes at the splash screen. When ran as an admin it works fine. Any suggestions? Log as below.

gui

[GUI] - Detecting port numbers…
[GUI] - GUI OSC listen port 4558
[GUI] - port: 4558 [Not Available]
[GUI] - Server OSC listen port 4557
[GUI] - port: 4557 [OK]
[GUI] - Server incoming OSC cues port 4559
[GUI] - port: 4559 [OK]
[GUI] - Scsynth port 4556
[GUI] - port: 4556 [OK]
[GUI] - Server OSC out port 4558
[GUI] - GUI OSC out port 4557
[GUI] - Scsynth send port 4556
[GUI] - Erlang router port 4560
[GUI] - port: 4560 [OK]
[GUI] - OSC MIDI out port 4561
[GUI] - port: 4561 [OK]
[GUI] - OSC MIDI in port 4562
[GUI] - port: 4562 [OK]
[GUI] - Init script completed
[GUI] - using default editor colours
[GUI] - launching Sonic Pi Server:
[GUI] - starting UDP OSC Server on port 4558…
[GUI] - unable to listen to UDP OSC messages on port 4558
[GUI] - Ruby server pid registered: 280
[GUI] - waiting for Son…
[GUI] - Critical error! Could not boot Sonic Pi Server.
Server…
[GUI] - UDP OSC Server no longer listening
[GUI] - Aborting. Sorry about this.

server-output
Sonic Pi server booting…
Using protocol: udp
Detecting port numbers…
Send port: 4558
Listen port: 4557

  • OK
    Scsynth port: 4556
  • OK
    Scsynth send port: 4556
  • OK
    OSC cues port: 4559
  • OK
    Erlang port: 4560
  • OK
    OSC MIDI out port: 4561
  • OK
    OSC MIDI in port: 4562
  • OK

Clearing pids: [“280”]

Clearing [280]
– command “C:\Program Files (x86)\Sonic Pi\app\gui\qt\release…\app\server\native\ruby\bin\ruby.exe” --enable-frozen-string-literal -E utf-8 “C:\Program Files (x86)\Sonic Pi\app\gui\qt\release…\app\server\ruby\bin\sonic-pi-server.rb” -u 4557 4558 4556 4556 4559 4560 4561 4562
– removing C:/Users/callum/AppData/Local/Temp/sonic-pi-pids/280
– force killing 280
– killed 280

Finished clearing pids

server-errors is blank


#2

Hi, sorry you’re having issues. Please could you report this on GitHub which is a much better place to have this discussion: http://github.com/samaaron/sonic-pi/issues


#3

Thanks Sam, will do.