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Hi Paul!

I'm still receiving this error with the headless version when executing songkong.sh:

Code:
 You have attempted to start in GUI mode but your environment does not support using the GUI
 


I changed my memory allocation settings as follows for songkongremote.sh:
Code:
 jre64/bin/java -Xms1024m -Xmx4096m -jar lib/songkong-5.8.jar -r
 


..and the job completed but I wouldn't say successfully as it did not appear to read *any* of the files. Since I'm no longer receiving OOM errors, should I open the processing issue in another thread (which appears to be database related after looking at the debug logs a bit more closely)?

EDIT: Deleting the database manually (not from the web UI, that simply hung), fixed the issue. Songs are matching.
Code:
 java.lang.OutOfMemoryError: Java heap space
 An unexpected error has occurred Java heap space on thread C3P0PooledConnectionPoolManager[identityToken->z8kfsx9x10oq92x140ofng|3a2b2322]-AdminTaskTimer, please report to support @jthink.net
 
 


Anything I should try to resolve this issue?
I received the same error when trying to start songkongremote.sh.

Code:
 user@dreamcast:~/songkong$ ./songkongremote.sh
 debuglogfile is:/home/user/.songkong/Logs/songkong_debug%u-%g.log
 userlogfile is:/home/user/.songkong/Logs/songkong_user%u-%g.log
 License check failed, either your internet connection is not working on your license details are incorrect
 Check the values of licenseEmail, LicenseKey1 and LicenseKey2 in your songkong.properties file
 


I attempted to start it with an empty license.properties file and populated. Received the same message each time. I will PM the contents of my license file.
Hi there,

I'm currently running into several issues when attempting to use SongKong under a headless Linux server.

I receive the following error when trying to invoke SongKong from command line:

Code:
 user@dreamcast:~/songkong$ ./songkong.sh
 debuglogfile is:/home/user/.songkong/Logs/songkong_debug%u-%g.log
 userlogfile is:/home/user/.songkong/Logs/songkong_user%u-%g.log
 You have attempted to start in GUI mode but your environment does not support using the GUI
 


I'm given a different error when any argument is passed to SongKong.

Code:
 user@dreamcast:~/songkong$ ./songkong.sh -?
 debuglogfile is:/home/user/.songkong/Logs/songkong_debug%u-%g.log
 userlogfile is:/home/user/.songkong/Logs/songkong_user%u-%g.log
 License check failed, either your internet connection is not working on your license details are incorrect
 Check the values of licenseEmail, LicenseKey1 and LicenseKey2 in your songkong.properties file
 


License information isn't stored in the songkong properties file. It's stored in a license.properties file which is correctly populated according to the documentation. Also, there is nothing wrong with my internet connectivity on this server.

Any assistance with getting Song Kong to work is greatly appreciated!
As a mostly Linux shell user, I'm casting my vote in for this as well.
This will make an awesome christmas gift!
Every album I tried and that was for ~20 albums that did not have artwork on Discogs or Musicbrainz. I definitely didn't say always! And I agree with you as I've tried a few artwork fetchers myself. I've had better luck with Google Image search than with those dedicated programs.

And I agree that Paul's 2nd implementation (which sounds similar to Musicbee) would probably be the best final implementation as well but I'm fine with a quick and dirty brute force Google Image Search to get rid of all those no album art boxes in <insert your favorite graphical/web based music browser here>.


In my experience, a simple "artist + album name + cover" query returns the album cover as the first result in every case when I tried.

The 2nd option you described is nice but, automatically inserting the first image that is returned from a Google Image Search is fine for me as the initial implementation.

I would love to see this feature as well. I have a lot of albums that do not have artwork and correcting it by hand is tedious.

Performing a metadata correct from Discogs or Musicbrainz doesn't always return artwork but a Google image search does..
I agree with this.. It should report both:

1. The number of files with a match
2. The number of files processed in total

Is it possible to add this functionality?
 
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