Linux machine (Fedora 14 x86), missed Dr. Who, so I install the new iPlayer desktop, as you do.
Fist of all, I couldn't get the desktop app to start at all, but I found that if I disabled selinux things worked a little bit better. I have a permaent issue with flash/air and selinux so it's ot a surprise. Fire off setroubleshootd andget the string I need to build the selinux policy...
>grep 4242432069506C6179657220446573 /var/log/audit/audit.log | audit2allow -M iPlayer>semodule -i iPlayer.pp
Once done, with selinux back up and running, I can then choose the link and my download queues OK from my browser. Next hurdle; when I start the download, it thinks for a bit then pauses. Try to start the download and it pauses again. Repeats several times...
I found my iPlayer.log under my home directory, specifically:
I had to use 'locate layer.log' to find this - I've got to say I'd be inclined to use a symlink to the log in an easy-to-find place...
Tailing the log shows:
5/14/2011 22:20:11.177 [ERROR] uk.co.bbc.BOMFileUtils Error reading bom. Error #2006 (in file '/home/barry/nfs/video/iPlayer/repository/b01187dm/b01187dm_hi_208047119.part)'
5/14/2011 22:20:23.885 [INFO] uk.co.bbc.LicenceManager Getting licence for //home/barry/nfs/video/iPlayer/repository/b01187dm/b01187dm_hi_208047119.part
5/14/2011 22:20:24.619 [ERROR] uk.co.bbc.ContentItemsProxy LicenceError:3313
5/14/2011 22:20:24.620 [ERROR] uk.co.bbc.LicenceManager Licence failed. The voucher associated with the encrypted content could not be saved to Microsafe. ErrorId: 3313. SuberrorId: 4353.
this repeats each time the download starts.
Because I play about with stuff a lot and can be careless, I have a redirection of most of my home directory to a snapshotted NFS mount - I'd just set this up and this was owned by 'nobody'. I set ownership of the parent directory to my account on the far end ("chown barry:barry /WD1/barry/nfs")... restart the download and suddenly everyone's happy.