Ok, I have been able to get it to start up for the non admin user.
This is good and bad:
a) good so the user can start and stop the services him self so the playlists are updated.
b) bad because we don’t want to stop the server just to update the playlists say in the middle of the day, as students might be connected and listening to the required music for their class. And of course if we get a request from a professor to have new music up ASAP, we need the flexibility to have the playlist update on the fly? Unless it’s not technically possible.
Andrew W. Johnson
Instructional Support Assistant
Department of Instructional Computing
Division of Information Technology
Stony Brook University
Melville Main Library, Room S1464
Stony Brook, NY 11794-3350
Tel: (631) 632-1824
Cell: (631) 767-9946
Fax: (631) 632-1687