Oof. Okay… editing the config file. Probably the hardest part is getting an editor that you can use. crazy unix people use vi or emacs (emacs, really, because vi sucks. lol). An easier editor to use (one with a visible on-screen help system, for example) might be nano.
So first install nano with:
ipkg install nano
Once you have that, then do “nano /opt/etc/mt-daapd/mt-daapd.conf”. You’ll be editing the configuration file. Use the cursor keys to find the line about “Extensions”, and add “.wma” to the end of it.
Save it (using whatever the key commands are… ctrl-o, it looks like), then exit and restart mt-daapd. Probably best to stop it gracefully though the web interface, then do “/opt/etc/init.d/S60mt-daapd” to restart it.
That should do it.
Post edited by: rpedde, at: 2006/04/02 21:59