RaopX – Updated installer for OS X 10.5

In my first attempt I made an installer with a libsamplerate library that had some issues with OS X 10.5. The new build is tested on both 10.5.8 and 10.6.2 and should work on all Intel Macs running OS X 10.5 or newer.

The installer can be downloaded from the RaopX projects page.

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15 thoughts on “RaopX – Updated installer for OS X 10.5”

  1. Hi,

    thank u for this piece of software.

    I got some error with it after installation of Soundflower and RaopX. I am on a (latest model) 15″ Macbook pro with 10.6.2:

    RaopX 0.0.4

    Searching for RAOP capable devices

    Multiple devices found:
    0) HAM-AirPort-2-Office.local.
    1) HAM-AirPort-1-Audio.local.

    Which device would you like to use
    Enter number and press :
    1
    RaopX(534) malloc: *** error for object 0xa: pointer being reallocated was not allocated
    *** set a breakpoint in malloc_error_break to debug
    ERR: rtspcl_add_exthds: realloc failed: Cannot allocate memory
    logout

    What went wrong??

    Yours Frieder

    1. Frieder,

      Sorry for the very late reply.
      Does this error occour if there is only one AE on the network?
      Does it occour if you choose device 0 or only on device 1?

      Regards,

      Hersson

  2. +1

    Tonight was my first time trying RaopX (0.0.4), and exact same issue…

    Enter number and press : 1
    RaopX(12148) malloc: *** error for object 0×3: pointer being reallocated was not allocated
    *** set a breakpoint in malloc_error_break to debug
    ERR: rtspcl_add_exthds: realloc failed: Cannot allocate memory

    Running on a 1st-gen MacBook Air, 10.6.5, fully updated. Had to move RaopX to my home folder to run it in a terminal window, but otherwise nothing unusual about the install. Please let me know if there’s anything I can do to help debug.

    Thanks!

  3. if you just installed and did not reboot your Mac, you may see this message. It happened to me and when I restarted my Mac the issue went away

  4. HI,

    I had installed RaopX since some time now and it was always working very well (thanks for this great pice of software). However, after the last OSX updates (I don’t know exactly when, because I haven’t needed RaopX for some time now), I get the same error messages as the others:

    Which device would you like to use
    Enter number and press : 1
    RaopX(879) malloc: *** error for object 0xc: pointer being reallocated was not allocated
    *** set a breakpoint in malloc_error_break to debug
    ERR: rtspcl_add_exthds: realloc failed: Cannot allocate memory

    I have re-installed RaopX (an rebooted), but the error remains. Is there a solution for this problem available?

    Thanks ,
    Oliver

    PS: BTW I’m working on a MacBook Pro with 10.6.8

    1. Hi Oliver.

      I am also running 10.6.8, and it’s working just fine here.
      Have you tried reinstalling Soundflower as well? It’s a long shot, but in lack of a better suggestion it’s the only thing I can think of.

      Best regards,
      Hersson

  5. Hi Hersson,

    thanks for your very quick answer! I immediately tried it out, however, this was not the solution.

    At least I know now, that the problem is not 10.6.8 and that I have to look for other possibilities.

    Best regards,
    Oliver

  6. hey i wrote way back in april

    “thanks for the great freeware!! i installed it and soundflower and everything was working fine now however it appears to have become a lot quieter i have to crank my stereo way up. i’m using it with spotify to airport extreme and have both spotify’s and my computer volume on max…when i tried my itunes airplay the volume is fine. i haven’t seen this problem reported by anyone else. Any idea why this would suddenly start?”

    Just wanted to let you know i found out why – the soundflower input level was turned way down somehow – so if anybody else has this problem that is the reason…must have changed it without realizing

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