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Tytower, I think I know what's the reason of your problem. In old Linux (a.k.a. Old Kerbel version) named pipes weren't created by mkfifo command. To create named pipe files, mknod command were used instead. Try replacing it and test it again.
Hi there!When you say it plays without python program, you mean mplayer can play online radio alone only?
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Hi siddhc.First of all, thank you for reading the post!Based on your situation's description, it seems to me that both ESP8266 have the same deviceid / mqttid. Every broker has a rule: two clients with the same device id cannot communicate at the same time. So, the connection of one of them is immediately dropped (and considering your ESP8266 is programmed to retry MQTT broker connection, it goes into this "loop of death").I suggest you change the device id of one of your ESP8266. It may work.Best regards,Pedro Bertoleti.
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